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Fu Qiang; Lin Hui; Zhang Hai-tao Industrial Technology, 2006. ICIT 2006. IEEE International Conference on, 2006
Reviewing the direct current control of four-switch three-phase brushless DC motor (BLDCM), to reduce the system cost further and theoretically explore the system's operating mechanism in more depth, the paper put forward a single- current-sensor sliding mode driving strategy. The uniform mathematic equations of four-switch three-phase BLDCM were represented and six kinds of operating modes (model~model6) were divided up into ...
Ferreira, R.; Xavier, J.; Costeira, J.P.; Barroso, V. Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, 2006. ICASSP 2006 Proceedings. 2006 IEEE International Conference on, 2006
We address the problem of computing the Riemannian centroid of a constellation of points in a naturally reductive homogeneous manifold. We note that many interesting manifolds used in engineering (such as the special orthogonal group, Grassman, sphere, positive definite matrices) possess this structure. We develop an intrinsic Newton scheme for the centroid computation. This is achieved by exploiting a formula ...
Macphie, Robert H.; Ke-Li Wu Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on, 2003
A new finite plane wave series expansion for spherical wave functions of the first kind is presented in this paper. The formulation converts the spherical wave function described in the spherical coordinate system into a series of plane wave functions represented in the Cartesian coordinate system. The series expansion will be very useful in modal analysis of three dimensional guided ...
Liu Zhun-ga; Cheng Yong-mei; Pan Quan; Miao Zhuang Information Science and Engineering (ICISE), 2009 1st International Conference on, 2009
The classical Dempster-Shafer theory involves counter-intuitive behaviors when the evidence high conflict. In order to solve the problem, a new approach of weighted evidence combination is proposed. Both evidence distance and inconsistent information are considered to evaluate the conflict. Each piece of evidence is given weight coefficient according to its amount of conflict with others. Then two methods are used ...
Goualard, F.; Goldsztejn, A. Parallel and Distributed Computing, Applications and Technologies, 2008. PDCAT 2008. Ninth International Conference on, 2008
Numerical methods based on interval arithmetic are efficient means to reliably solve nonlinear systems of equations. Algorithm bc3revise is an interval method that tightens variables' domains by enforcing a property called box consistency. It has been successfully used on difficult problems whose solving eluded traditional numerical methods.We present a new algorithm to enforce box consistency that is simpler than bc3revise, ...
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