Browsing Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Works by Issue Date

Browsing Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Works by Issue Date

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  • Yi, Qiang; Chien, Stanley; Brink, Jason; Niu, Wensen; Li, Lingxi; Chen, Yaobin; Chen, Chi-Chen; Sherony, Rini; Takahashi, Hiroyuki (SAE, 2016-04)
    As part of active safety systems for reducing bicyclist fatalities and injuries, Bicyclist Pre-Collision System (BPCS), also known as Bicyclist Autonomous Emergency Braking System, is being studied currently by several ...
  • Schubert, Peter J. (2016-05)
    The need exists for power electronics capable of operation at high temperatures in a high radiation environment, such as in deep space. There is a rationale for fabricating such devices from materials already in situ, such ...
  • Shayesteh, Seemein; Rizkalla, Maher E.; Christopher, Lauren; Miled, Zina Ben (American Society for Engineering Education, 2016-06)
  • Nezamuddin, Omar; Crespo, Jonah; dos Santos, Euzeli C., Jr. (IEEE, 2016-06)
    This paper proposes a grid-tied single-phase photovoltaic (PV) microinverter consisting of five-level four-switch (5L-4S) DC-AC converter fed by an isolated fly-back DC-DC converter. The microinverter utilizes a split-coil ...
  • Elkhatib, Wiaam; Zusack, Steven Anthony; Schubert, Peter J.; Schaffer, Brock; Akmayeva, Emiliya V.; Proctor, Patrick John; Wiss, Guy Nicholas (American Society for Engineering Education, 2016-06)
    This work explores the knowledge development of a diverse team of undergraduate students in pursuit of a RASC-AL engineering challenge by NASA to develop a 1-G deep space station. This habitat would need to be fully ...
  • Vaezi, Masoud; Khayyer, Pardis; Izadian, Afshin (IEEE, 2016-06)
    This paper introduces an effective piecewise linearization technique to obtain an estimation of nonlinear models when their input-output domains include multidimensional operating points. The algorithm of a forward adaptive ...
  • Thella, Ashok Kumar; Suryadevara, Vinay Kumar; Rizkalla, Maher; Hossain, Gahangir (IEEE, 2016-07)
    Generally falls may occur from moving or resting postures. This may include slipping from bed and fall from a sitting, or from running or walking. The pre-fall is a non-equilibrium state of human position that may lead to ...
  • Thella, Ashok Kumar; Rizkalla, James; Helmy, Ahdy; Suryadevara, Vinay Kumar; Salama, Paul; Rizkalla, Maher (Elsevier, 2016-08-03)
    The existing modalities of bone diagnosis including X-ray and ultrasound may cite drawback in some cases related to health issues and penetration depth, while the ultrasound modality may lack image quality. Photo acoustic ...
  • Raza, Syed M.; Kim, Dongsoo S.; Shin, DongRyeol; Choo, Hyunseung (IEEE, 2016-09)
    The existing Proxy Mobile IPv6 suffers from a long handover latency which in turn causes significant packet loss that is unacceptable for seamless realtime services such as multimedia streaming. This paper proposes an ...
  • Rosado, Alberto López; Chien, Stanley; Li, Lingxi; Yi, Qiang; Chen, Yaobin; Sherony, Rini (IEEE, 2016-09)
    This paper starts with depicting the test series carried out by the Transportation Active Safety Institute, with two cars equipped with pedestrian automatic emergency braking (AEB) systems. Then, an AEB analytical model ...
  • Wang, Fei-Yue; Wang, Xiao; Li, Lingxi; Li, Li (IEEE, 2016-10)
    The origin of artificial intelligence is investigated, based on which the concepts of hybrid intelligence and parallel intelligence are presented. The paradigm shift in Intelligence indicates the "new normal" of ...
  • Christopher, Lauren; Boler, William; Wieczorek, Calvin; Crespo, Jonah; Witcher, Paul; Hawkins, Scot A.; Stewart, James (IEEE, 2016-10)
    PSO has been used to demonstrate the near-real-time optimization of frequency allocations and spatial positions for receiver assets in highly complex Electronic Warfare (EW) environments. The PSO algorithm computes optimal ...
  • Mueid, Rifat; Christopher, Lauren; Tian, Renran (IEEE, 2016-10)
    To design robust Pre-Collision Systems (PCS) we must develop new techniques that will allow a better understanding of the vehicle-pedestrian dynamic relationship, and which can predict pedestrian future movements. This ...
  • Cong, Shan; Rizkalla, Maher; Salama, Paul (IEEE, 2016-10)
    The hippocampus is widely studied in neuroimaging field as it plays important roles in memory and learning. However, the critical subfield information is often not explored in most hippocampal studies. We previously proposed ...
  • Thella, Ashok Kumar; Rizkalla, James; Rathi, Neeraj; Kakani, Monika; Helmy, Ahdy; Salama, Paul; Rizkalla, Maher E. (Elsevier, 2016-10-31)
    Background The non-invasive diagnostic approaches have gained high attention in recent years, utilizing high technology sensor systems, including infrared, microwave devices, acoustic transducers, etc. The patient safety, ...
  • Xue, Jie; Zhou, Jue; Chen, Yaobin (IEEE, 2016-11)
    In this paper, a gas turbine-based distributed energy system (DES) model is developed for the design of operation planning. An operation mode aimed to optimize the operation of this DES is proposed. A multi-objective cost ...
  • Haran, Terence; Chien, Stanley (IEEE, 2016-11)
    In order to be able to evaluate the performances of different Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems for pedestrian crash avoidance and mitigation, a standard surrogate pedestrian mannequin needs to be developed. One ...
  • Tang, Bo; Chien, Stanley; Huang, Zhi; Chen, Yaobin (IEEE, 2016-11)
    Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communication systems enable vehicles to communicate with each other and use the shared information to make safety related decisions. However, the safety improvement of the current V2V systems only ...
  • Challa, R.; Jeon, S.; Kim, D. S.; Choo, H. (IEEE, 2017)
    Next-generation networks (NGNs) are embracing two key principles of software defined networking (SDN) paradigm functional segregation of control and forwarding plane, and logical centralization of the control plane. A ...
  • Ho, David Joon; Salama, Paul; Dunn, Kenneth W.; Delp, Edward J. (SPIE, 2017)
    Fluorescence microscopy is used to image multiple subcellular structures in living cells which are not readily observed using conventional optical microscopy. Moreover, two-photon microscopy is widely used to image structures ...

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