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Plasma Ignition Response for LOVA Gun Propellant at Low Loading Densities

The ignition of LOVA gun propellants at low loading densities is of interest for future gun systems with insensitive modular charges. The ignition system in conventional propellant systems is traditionally optimized for high loading densities. There is a need to be able to control the ignition for the envelop of the system, to reduce unburnt […]

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Spatial Reuse in Dense Wireless Areas: A Cross-layer Optimization Approach via ADMM

This paper introduces an efficient method for communication resource use in dense wireless areas where all nodes must communicate with a common destination node. The proposed method groups nodes based on their distance from the destination and creates a structured multi-hop configuration in which each group can relay its neighbor’s data. The large number of […]

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Experimental comparison between an “information based” MPPT algorithm and standard P&O in both partial shading and uniform illumination

In this paper a maximum power point tracking algorithm able to drive the operating point of a partially shaded photovoltaic system toward the global maximum power point is analyzed. The algorithm exploits detailed information about the electrical parameters of all solar panels forming the solar system gained by means of a distributed sensor network, which monitors […]

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Hand-Dorsa Vein Recognition by Matching Local Features of Multisource Keypoints

As an emerging biometric for people identification, the dorsal hand vein has received increasing attention in recent years due to the properties of being universal, unique, permanent, and contactless, and especially its simplicity of liveness detection and difficulty of forging. However, the dorsal hand vein is usually captured by near-infrared (NIR) sensors and the resulting […]

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Using Multilayer Perceptron Computation to Discover Ideal Insect Olfactory Receptor Combinations in the Mosquito and Fruit Fly for an Efficient Electronic Nose

The model organism, Drosophila melanogaster, and the mosquito Anopheles gambiae use 60 and 79 odorant receptors, respectively, to sense their olfactory world. However, a commercial “electronic nose” in the form of an insect olfactory biosensor demands very low numbers of receptors at its front end of detection due to the difficulties of receptor/sensor integration and functionalization. In this […]

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Data mining in medicine: Current issues and future trends

Unique Data mining is the methodology of investigating sets of information and afterward removing the significant information or learning. It is a term equivalent word with learning revelation. The materiality of this survey paper is highlighted by the way that the information mining is an object of exploration in numerous zones. In this paper, past […]

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Discussion of conversion theory between mixed-mode S-parameters and T-parameters for differential circuit with and without common-mode suppression

Recently, mixed-mode S-parameters are becoming more and more important due to the widely used of differential circuits in the RF and microwave area. In the single-end network, designing process based on the S-parameters is one of the most common and convenient approaches, and the Chain Scattering parameters allows the ease of design for the cascade topology. […]

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Parametric Frugal Sensing of Power Spectra for Moving Average Models

Wideband spectrum sensing is a fundamental component of cognitive radio and other applications. A novel frugal sensing scheme was recently proposed as a means of crowdsourcing the task of spectrum sensing. Using a network of scattered low-end sensors transmitting randomly filtered power measurement bits to a fusion center, a non-parametric approach to spectral estimation was adopted to […]

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A Single Patch Antenna with Broadside and Conical Radiation Patterns for 3G/4G Pattern Diversity

A single square patch antenna for pattern diversity is investigated. The proposed antenna consists of a double-feed square patch antenna with a rat-race network. By switching the feeding ports, the different radiation patterns for two modes (TM10 mode and the capacitive-loaded monopole radiating mode) operating over an overlapped frequency band from 1.88 to 2.34 GHz are […]

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Infrastructure System Simulation Interoperability Using the High-Level Architecture

Infrastructure planners need new methods to exchange technical data in the pursuit of long-term and cross-sector objectives including sustainability. This paper demonstrates a method for infrastructure system simulation interoperability by applying the high-level architecture (HLA) to the infrastructure system of systems (ISoS) modeling framework. The ISoS considers time-aggregated simulations with iterative data exchange periods to […]

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