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2017 Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium (RAMS)

Tutorials and original papers on reliability, maintainability, safety, risk management, and logistics


2014 IEEE 14th International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

NANO is the flagship IEEE conference in Nanotechnology, which makes it a must for students, educators, researchers, scientists and engineers alike, working at the interface of nanotechnology and the many fields of electronic materials, photonics, bio-and medical devices, alternative energy, environmental protection, and multiple areas of current and future electrical and electronic applications. In each of these areas, NANO is the conference where practitioners will see nanotechnologies at work in both their own and related fields, from basic research and theory to industrial applications.

  • 2012 IEEE 12th International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

    The conference scope covers a wide range in nanoscience and technology. In particular, it covers nanofabrication, nanomanufacturing, nanomaerials, nanobiomedicine, nanoenergy, nanoplasmonics, nanoelectronics, nanosensors and nanoactuators, characterisation and modelling of nano structures and devices. Research in both experiments and simulation is reported. Industry is encouraged to present its research projects.

  • 2011 10th Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

    1. Nanomaterials and Nanostructures 2. Nanoelectronics and Nanodevices 3. Nanophotonics 4. Nano biotechnology and Nanomedicine 5. Nanorobotics and NEMS

  • 2011 IEEE 11th International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

    All areas of nanotechnology within the areas of IEEE interest, as covered by the member societies of the Nanotechnology Council.

  • 2010 IEEE 10th Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

    - More Moore, More than Moore and Beyond-CMOS - Nano-optics, Nano-Photonics, Plasmonics, Nano-optoelectronics - Nanofabrication, Nanolithography, Nano Manipulation, Nanotools - Nanomaterials and Nanostructures - Nanocarbon, Nanodiamond, Graphene and CNT Based Technologies - Nano-sensors and Nano Membranes - Modeling and Simulation - System Integration (Nano/Micro/Macro), NEMS, and Actuators - Molecular Electronics, Inorganic Nanowires, Nanocrystals, Quantum Dots

  • 2009 9th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

    THE CONFERENCE FOCUSES ON THE APPLICATION OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY. SPECIFICALLY, BOTH ENGINEERING ISSUE RELATED TO NANOFABBRICATION , NANOELECTRONICS, SENSOR SYSTEMS WILL BE COVERED IN ADDITION FOUNDAMENTAL ISSUES SUCH AS MODELLING, SYNTHESIS, CARACTARIZATION ETC.

  • 2008 8th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

    This conference is the sequel to meetings held in Maui (2001), Washington (2002), San Francisco (2003), Munich (2004), Nagoya (2005), Cinncinati (2006), and Hong Kong (2007). The conference focus will be on engineering and business issues related to nanoelectronics, circuits, architectures, sensor systems, integration, reliability and manufacturing in addition to fundamental issues such as modeling, growth/synthesis, and characterization. The conference will feature plenary, invited, and contributed papers


2014 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)

Annual international symposium on processing, transmission, storage, and use of information, as well as theoretical and applied aspects of coding, communications, and communications networks.


2012 International Conference on Information and Automation (ICIA)

Information, automation, and related areas.

  • 2011 International Conference on Information and Automation (ICIA)

    Information and automation science and engineering

  • 2010 International Conference on Information and Automation (ICIA)

    The objective of ICIA 2010 is to provide a forum for researchers, educators, engineers, and government officials involved in the general areas of informtion, robotics, automation and sensors to disseminate their latest research results and exchange views on the future research directions.

  • 2009 International Conference on Information and Automation (ICIA)

    information acquisition, sensors and sensor networks, bio-sensors, computer vision, pattern recognition, signal processing, information theory, speech recognition, information technologies for automation, human-machines interactions/interfaces, and virtual reality; Bio-robotics, medical robotics, network robots, tele-robotics, service robotics, micro and nano systems, machine intelligence, intelligent systems, mechatronics, control theory, automation process, and industrial automation.

  • 2008 International Conference on Information and Automation (ICIA)

    All related areas of information acquisition, especially sensors, wireless sensor networks, RFID, information acquisition/processing, sensor based robotics and control, and bioinformatics.


2009 International Workshop on Local and Non-Local Approximation in Image Processing (LNLA 2009)

Adaptive local and non-local approximations emerged as surprisingly powerful tools for image analysis, restoration, compression, and enhancement. The state-of-the-art exhibits many diverse techniques related through concepts such as sparsity, redundancy, compressibility, and self-similarity. LNLA will gather leading specialists to discuss about the latest and most important issues in these fields.


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Communications, IEEE Transactions on

Telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques; communication switching systems; data communications; and communication theory. In addition to the above, ...


Computers, IEEE Transactions on

Design and analysis of algorithms, computer systems, and digital networks; methods for specifying, measuring, and modeling the performance of computers and computer systems; design of computer components, such as arithmetic units, data storage devices, and interface devices; design of reliable and testable digital devices and systems; computer networks and distributed computer systems; new computer organizations and architectures; applications of VLSI ...


Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on

The fundamental nature of the communication process; storage, transmission and utilization of information; coding and decoding of digital and analog communication transmissions; study of random interference and information-bearing signals; and the development of information-theoretic techniques in diverse areas, including data communication and recording systems, communication networks, cryptography, detection systems, pattern recognition, learning, and automata.


Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on

Measurements and instrumentation utilizing electrical and electronic techniques.



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Xplore Articles related to Redundancy

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Detection of binary Markov sources over channels with additive Markov noise

F. Alajaji; N. Phamdo; N. Farvardin; T. E. Fuja IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 1996

We consider maximum a posteriori (MAP) detection of a binary asymmetric Markov source transmitted over a binary Markov channel. The MAP detector observes a long (but finite) sequence of channel outputs and determines the most probable source sequence. In some cases, the MAP detector can be implemented by simple rules such as the "believe what you see" rule or the ...


Reliability, reconfiguration, and spare allocation issues in binary-tree architectures based on multiple-level redundancy

Y. -Y. Chen; S. J. Upadhyaya IEEE Transactions on Computers, 1993

The locally redundant modular tree (LRMT) schemes offer high yield and reliability for trees of relatively few levels but are less effective for large binary trees due to the imbalance of reliability of different levels. A new multiple-level redundancy tree (MLRT) architecture that combines modular schemes with level-oriented schemes which lead to better yield and reliability is presented. The MLRT ...


An Exploration of Tiled Architectures for Space Applications

Peter M. Kogge; Megan Vance 2009 Third IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology, 2009

For many reasons, the chip technology for spacecraft computing has lagged commercial systems by decades. Equally disconcerting, however, has been a similar lag in the computer architectures used. This paper will look at an emerging class of multicore processor architectures, called ldquotiled,rdquo extrapolate what they might look like in the future, and how they might be adapted to space applications. ...


Quantifying the local fault tolerance of a kinematically redundant manipulator

R. G. Roberts American Control Conference, Proceedings of the 1995, 1995

There are a variety of kinematic performance measures for quantifying the dexterity and manipulability of a robotic system. Such measures can be used for identifying optimal operating configurations and for evaluating manipulator designs. In this work some of these metrics are modified to measure the local fault tolerance of a kinematically redundant manipulator to a joint failure. While many dexterity ...


Fault trees and imperfect coverage

J. B. Dugan IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 1989

A new algorithm is presented for solving the fault tree. The algorithm includes the dynamic behavior of the fault/error handling model but obviates the need for the Markov chain solution. As the state space is expanded in a breadth-first search (the same is done in the conversion to a Markov chain), the state's contribution to each future state is calculated ...


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Detection of binary Markov sources over channels with additive Markov noise

F. Alajaji; N. Phamdo; N. Farvardin; T. E. Fuja IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 1996

We consider maximum a posteriori (MAP) detection of a binary asymmetric Markov source transmitted over a binary Markov channel. The MAP detector observes a long (but finite) sequence of channel outputs and determines the most probable source sequence. In some cases, the MAP detector can be implemented by simple rules such as the "believe what you see" rule or the ...


Reliability, reconfiguration, and spare allocation issues in binary-tree architectures based on multiple-level redundancy

Y. -Y. Chen; S. J. Upadhyaya IEEE Transactions on Computers, 1993

The locally redundant modular tree (LRMT) schemes offer high yield and reliability for trees of relatively few levels but are less effective for large binary trees due to the imbalance of reliability of different levels. A new multiple-level redundancy tree (MLRT) architecture that combines modular schemes with level-oriented schemes which lead to better yield and reliability is presented. The MLRT ...


An Exploration of Tiled Architectures for Space Applications

Peter M. Kogge; Megan Vance 2009 Third IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology, 2009

For many reasons, the chip technology for spacecraft computing has lagged commercial systems by decades. Equally disconcerting, however, has been a similar lag in the computer architectures used. This paper will look at an emerging class of multicore processor architectures, called ldquotiled,rdquo extrapolate what they might look like in the future, and how they might be adapted to space applications. ...


Quantifying the local fault tolerance of a kinematically redundant manipulator

R. G. Roberts American Control Conference, Proceedings of the 1995, 1995

There are a variety of kinematic performance measures for quantifying the dexterity and manipulability of a robotic system. Such measures can be used for identifying optimal operating configurations and for evaluating manipulator designs. In this work some of these metrics are modified to measure the local fault tolerance of a kinematically redundant manipulator to a joint failure. While many dexterity ...


Fault trees and imperfect coverage

J. B. Dugan IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 1989

A new algorithm is presented for solving the fault tree. The algorithm includes the dynamic behavior of the fault/error handling model but obviates the need for the Markov chain solution. As the state space is expanded in a breadth-first search (the same is done in the conversion to a Markov chain), the state's contribution to each future state is calculated ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • End-to-End Considerations

    End users experience cloud-based applications via their smartphone, tablet, laptop, or other device, and that experience aggregates the service impairments of the cloud-based application, the cloud infrastructure, the wide area and access networks, and the user's device itself. This chapter first talks about End-to-End Service Context, where it frames the context and general consideration for service quality actually experienced by end users. Next, it discusses Three-Layer End-to-End Service Model, offering a simple model for analyzing end-to-end service impairments. The section on Distributed Cloud Data Centers, considers the service quality implications of obtaining service from smaller, nearby cloud data centers compared with larger but more distant regional data centers. The chapter also considers complex solutions that rely on resources in multiple cloud data centers. Finally, the chapter talks about Disaster Recovery and Geographic Redundancy, where it considers georedundancy and disaster recovery of cloudbased applications.

  • Fault Management Architectures

    To improve the reliability and availability or our system, fault management techniques should be considered. When a fault occurs, can our system automatically detect this problem and then mitigate its impact on the system? Fault coverage, time to detect, redundancy schemes, recovery time, and robustness of the system in the event of failures are important considerations. This chapter focuses on these aspects of fault management. Redundancy is one of the most powerful design techniques for minimizing or eliminating the impact of failures on the overall system behavior. We discuss a variety of models used in the fields of aerospace and telecommunications engineering. We compare the system effects of redundancy with repair and redundancy without repair. In certain mission-critical systems, such as fly- by-wire aircraft flight control systems, the failed components cannot be repaired or replaced until after the mission has been completed. Comparisons of the various techniques, including several examples are provided.

  • System Quantification for Dependent Events

    This chapter contains sections titled: Dependent Failures Markov Model for Standby Redundancy Common-Cause Failure Analysis This chapter contains sections titled: References Problems

  • Correlative Digital Communication Techniques

    A new method for the transmission of intelligence by means of a signal having certain correlation properties has been evolved. The theoretical and practical aspects of this concept are presented. An important advantage of these techniques is that for a fixed performance criteria, considerably higher speeds are possible compared to the presently known methods. In addition, the implementation is simple and straightforward. An unusual property of these techniques is the capability of error detection without the introduction of redundancy into the original data. Finally, expressions for spectral distributions and error performance as well as methods for practical implementation, including the errordetection process, are presented.

  • Failure Correction Techniques for Large Disk Arrays

    The ever increasing need for I/O bandwidth will be met with ever larger arrays of disks. These arrays require redundancy to protect against data loss. This paper examines alternative choices for encodings, or codes, that reliably store information in disk arrays. Codes are selected to maximize mean time to data loss or minimize disks containing redundant data, but are all constrained to minimize performance penalties associated with updating information or recovering from catastrophic disk failures. We show codes that give highly reliable data storage with low redundant data overhead for arrays of 1000 information disks.

  • Multijoint Multimuscle Kinematics and Impedance

    This chapter contains sections titled: 5.1 Kinematic Description, 5.2 Planar Arm Motion, 5.3 Direct and Inverse Kinematics, 5.4 Differential Kinematics and Force Relationships, 5.5 Mechanical Impedance, 5.6 Kinematic Transformations, 5.7 Impedance Geometry, 5.8 Redundancy, 5.9 Redundancy Resolution, 5.10 Optimization with Additional Constraints, 5.11 Posture Selection to Minimize Noise or Disturbance, 5.12 Summary

  • Automatic Frequency Assignment for Cellular Telephones Using Constraint Satisfaction Techniques

    We study the problem of automatic frequency assignment for cellular telephone systems. The frequency assignment problem is viewed as the problem to minimize the unsatisfied soft constraints in a constraint satisfaction problem (CSP) over a finite domain of frequencies involving co-channel, adjacent channel, and co-site constraints. The soft constraints are automatically derived from signal strength prediction data. The CSP is solved using a generalized graph coloring algorithm. Graph-theoretical results play a crucial role in making the problem tractable. Performance results from a real-world frequency assignment problem are presented. We develop the generalized graph coloring algorithm by stepwise refinement, starting from DSATUR and augmenting it with local propagation, constraint lifting, intelligent backtracking, redundancy avoidance, and iterative deepening.

  • Frontmatter

    The prelims comprise: Half Title IEEE Press Editorial Board Title Copyright Dedication Contents Figures Tables Equations Preface and Acknowledgments

  • Index

    Foundations of Robotics presents the fundamental concepts and methodologies for the analysis, design, and control of robot manipulators. It explains the physical meaning of the concepts and equations used, and it provides, in an intuitively clear way, the necessary background in kinetics, linear algebra, and control theory. Illustrative examples appear throughout.The author begins by discussing typical robot manipulator mechanisms and their controllers. He then devotes three chapters to the analysis of robot manipulator mechanisms. He covers the kinematics of robot manipulators, describing the motion of manipulator links and objects related to manipulation. A chapter on dynamics includes the derivation of the dynamic equations of motion, their use for control and simulation and the identification of inertial parameters. The final chapter develops the concept of manipulability.The second half focuses on the control of robot manipulators. Various position-control algorithms that guide the manipulator's end effector along a desired trajectory are described Two typical methods used to control the contact force between the end effector and its environments are detailed For manipulators with redundant degrees of freedom, a technique to develop control algorithms for active utilization of the redundancy is described. Appendixes give compact reviews of the function atan2, pseudo inverses, singular-value decomposition, and Lyapunov stability theory.Tsuneo Yoshikawa teaches in the Division of Applied Systems Science in Kyoto University's Faculty of Engineering.

  • Overloading and Losses

    This chapter contains sections titled: Impact of Distributed Generation Overloading: Radial Distribution Networks Overloading: Redundancy and Meshed Operation Losses Increasing the Hosting Capacity



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