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Back to Top2012 7th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA)
Industrial Informatics, Computational Intelligence, Control and Systems, Energy and Environment, Mechatronics, Power Electronics, Signal Processing, Network and Communication Technologies.
2011 IEEE 12th International Conference on ComputerAided Industrial Design & Conceptual Design (CAID & CD)
The 12th (CAID&CD'2011) conference s theme is Industrial Design Service Platform and Equipment Manufacturing and it will be dedicated to exploring the enhancement of the core competitiveness of the equipment manufacturing industry needs, the full utilization of advanced manufacturing theories, the integration of creative design and basic technology and resources, building a creative design platform for equipment manufacturing and promoting the transformation and upgrading of industrial clusters.
2011 IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Intelligent Systems (ICIS 2011)
The scope of the conference includes, but not limited to AI, Artificial Life and Artificial Immune Systems, Cloud Computing, Computer Vision, Data Mining, Fuzzy System, Genetic Algorithms, Information Retrieval, Intelligent Control, Robotics, Machine Learning, Machine Translation, Neural Networks, Rough Set, Systems Biology, Video & Image Processing
2009 11th IEEE International Conference on ComputerAided Design and Computer Graphics (CAD/Graphics 2009)
CAD/Graphics 2009 is a serial international conference on CAD&CG held biennially in China. The conference cosponsored by China Computer Federation and IEEE Beijing Section provides an international forum for researchers and developers from various countries to exchange new ideas on computer aided design and computer graphics.
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Back to TopPattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on
Statistical and structural pattern recognition; image analysis; computational models of vision; computer vision systems; enhancement, restoration, segmentation, feature extraction, shape and texture analysis; applications of pattern analysis in medicine, industry, government, and the arts and sciences; artificial intelligence, knowledge representation, logical and probabilistic inference, learning, speech recognition, character and text recognition, syntactic and semantic processing, understanding natural language, expert systems, ...
Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on
Specific topics include, but are not limited to: a) visualization techniques and methodologies; b) visualization systems and software; c) volume visulaization; d) flow visualization; e) information visualization; f) multivariate visualization; g) modeling and surfaces; h) rendering techniques and methodologies; i) graphics systems and software; j) animation and simulation; k) user interfaces; l) virtual reality; m) visual programming and program visualization; ...
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Back to TopO. M. Conde; J. Perez; M. P. Catedra IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 2001
The stationary phase method is used to calculate the radiation pattern of antennas on complex structures. Physical optics (PO) approximation has been applied for the induced currents. The problem is stated directly over the parametric surfaces used to model the geometry and no translation of geometrical formats is required. The integral comes from the contribution of certain points on the ...
Comparing stress ECG enhancement algorithms
V. X. Afonso; W. J. Tompkins; T. Q. Nguyen; K. Michler; Shen Luo IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 1996
There are two predominant types of noise that contaminate the electrocardiogram (EGG) acquired during a stress test: the baseline wander noise (BW) and electrode motion artifact, and electromyograminduced noise (EMG). BW noise is at a lower frequency, caused by respiration and motion of the subject or the leads. The frequency components of BW noise are usually below 0.5 Hz, and ...
Epipolar parameterization for reconstructing a 3D rigid curve
Changsheng Zhao; R. Mohr Proceedings of International Symposium on Computer Vision  ISCV, 1995
This paper describes a new method for reconstructing a 3D rigid curve from a sequence of uncalibrated images using 3D epipolar parameterization of an object. The approach can be divided into the following two parts: First, a nonlinear discrete method is presented for point by point reconstruction of the curve instead of whole curve reconstruction. Projective and Euclidean geometric tools ...
Lawrence Hooi Tuang Chang 2009 Sixth International Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization, 2009
We introduce a set of cubic blending functions that generate a curve that allows closer approximation of a control polygon defined by four control points. The curve interpolates both endpoints and the direction of the tangent line at each endpoint follows the direction of the respective end of the control polygon. Our curve also interpolates the midpoint of the two ...
Signal processing method with cold junction compensation for thermocouple
Guo Wei; Xin Wang; Jinwei Sun 2009 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 2009
Thermocouple is a very popular and effective sensor for temperature measurement. But how to eliminate the interference of the temperature of cold junction is always a problem. A method based on recursive Bspline least squares is proposed as a solution. The method establishes two models to convert the cold junction temperature to electromotive force (EMF) and the hot junction EMF ...
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O. M. Conde; J. Perez; M. P. Catedra IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 2001
The stationary phase method is used to calculate the radiation pattern of antennas on complex structures. Physical optics (PO) approximation has been applied for the induced currents. The problem is stated directly over the parametric surfaces used to model the geometry and no translation of geometrical formats is required. The integral comes from the contribution of certain points on the ...
Comparing stress ECG enhancement algorithms
V. X. Afonso; W. J. Tompkins; T. Q. Nguyen; K. Michler; Shen Luo IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 1996
There are two predominant types of noise that contaminate the electrocardiogram (EGG) acquired during a stress test: the baseline wander noise (BW) and electrode motion artifact, and electromyograminduced noise (EMG). BW noise is at a lower frequency, caused by respiration and motion of the subject or the leads. The frequency components of BW noise are usually below 0.5 Hz, and ...
Epipolar parameterization for reconstructing a 3D rigid curve
Changsheng Zhao; R. Mohr Proceedings of International Symposium on Computer Vision  ISCV, 1995
This paper describes a new method for reconstructing a 3D rigid curve from a sequence of uncalibrated images using 3D epipolar parameterization of an object. The approach can be divided into the following two parts: First, a nonlinear discrete method is presented for point by point reconstruction of the curve instead of whole curve reconstruction. Projective and Euclidean geometric tools ...
Lawrence Hooi Tuang Chang 2009 Sixth International Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization, 2009
We introduce a set of cubic blending functions that generate a curve that allows closer approximation of a control polygon defined by four control points. The curve interpolates both endpoints and the direction of the tangent line at each endpoint follows the direction of the respective end of the control polygon. Our curve also interpolates the midpoint of the two ...
Signal processing method with cold junction compensation for thermocouple
Guo Wei; Xin Wang; Jinwei Sun 2009 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 2009
Thermocouple is a very popular and effective sensor for temperature measurement. But how to eliminate the interference of the temperature of cold junction is always a problem. A method based on recursive Bspline least squares is proposed as a solution. The method establishes two models to convert the cold junction temperature to electromotive force (EMF) and the hot junction EMF ...
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ComplexValued BSpline Neural Networks for Modeling and Inverse of Wiener Systems
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Identification and Inverse of ComplexValued Wiener Systems Application to Digital Predistorter Design Conclusions

WaveletBased Signal Approximation With Genetic Algorithms
In this paper, the usability of genetic algorithms for signal approximation is discussed. Due to recent developments in the field of signal approximation by wavelets, this work concentrates on signal approximation by waveletlike functions. Signals are approximated by a finite linear combination of elementary functions and a genetic algorithm is employed to find the coefficients to such an approximation. The algorithm maintains a population of different approximations, encoded in the form of chromosomes. Fitness functions employed to evaluate different approximations are the L1, L2, L4, and Lā norms. Experiments are carried out on several test signals, using Gabor and spline wavelets, both to evaluate the quality of different fitness functions, encoding schemes, and operators, and to assess the usefulness of genetic algorithms m the realm of signal approximation.Although other existing methods are faster while providing comparable approximation quality, the algorithm offers a great deal of flexibility in terms of different elementary functions, fitness criteria, etc.

CollisionFree and CurvatureContinuous Path Smoothing in Cluttered Environments
We present a novel trajectory computation algorithm to smooth jerky collision free paths computed by samplebased motion planners. Our approach uses cubic Bsplines to generate G2 or curvature continuous trajectories. The algorithm performs local spline refinement to compute smooth, collisionfree paths in narrow passages and satisfy velocity and acceleration constraints. We also present a fast and reliable algorithm for collision checking between robot and the environment along the Bspline trajectories. We highlight the performance of our algorithm on complex benchmarks, including path computation for rigid and articulated models in tight spaces and cluttered environments.

Image warping and related techniques are covered in this chapter. The forward and reverse mapping approaches to geometric transformation are compared in detail, with particular emphasis on techniques for stream processing implementations. Hardwarebased algorithms for bilinear, bicubic and spline based interpolation are described. Related techniques of image registration are also described at the end of this chapter, including a discussion of the scale invariant feature transform and superresolution.

Relationships between GPs and Other Models
This chapter contains sections titled: Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces, Regularization, Spline Models, Support Vector Machines, LeastSquares Classification, Relevance Vector Machines, Exercises

<p>This book is written for students, CAD system users and software developers who are interested in geometric continuitya notion needed in everyday practice of ComputerAided Design and also a hot subject of research. It contains a description of the classical geometric spline curves and a solid theoretical basis for various constructions of smooth surfaces. Textbooks on computer graphics usually cover the most basic and necessary information about spline curves and surfaces in order to explain simple algorithms. In textbooks on geometric design, one can find more details, more algorithms and more theory. This book teaches how various parts of the theory can be gathered together and turned into constructions of smooth curves and smooth surfaces of arbitrary topology.</p><p>The mathematical background needed to understand this book is similar to what is necessary to read other textbooks on geometric design; most of it is basic linear algebra and analys s. More advanced mathematical material is introduced using elementary explanations. Reading <i>Geometric Continuity of Curves and Surfaces</i> provides an excellent opportunity to recall and exercise necessary mathematical notions and it may be your next step towards better practice and higher understanding of design principles.</p>

Interpolation and Approximation of Functions
This chapter deals with the interpolation and approximation of functions. The interpolation includes Lagrange's interpolation polynomial, Taylor polynomials, Newton's interpolation polynomials, inverse interpolation, interpolation by Spline functions, and Hermite's interpolation. The minimax approximation of functions, almost minimax approximation of functions, approximation of functions by trigonometric functions (Fourier) and the least squares are considered. These are followed by applications.

Appendix A: Constructing the Quadratic Spline Wavelets
Uptodate, expert coverage of topics in wireless voice communications Voice communication is the most important facet of mobile radio service. Even when the predicted surge of wireless data and Internet services becomes a reality, voice will remain the most natural means of human communication. Voice Compression and Communications details issues in wireless voice communications and treats compression, channel coding, and wireless transmission as a joint subject. Part I covers background material, whereas Part II provides detailed information on both proprietary and standardized analysisbysynthesis codecs, including the speech codecs of virtually all existing wirelinebased and wireless systems. Parts III and IV discuss mainly researchbased wideband, audio, as well as very lowrate schemes likely to find their way into future standards. Voice Compression and Communications describes fundamental concepts in a nonmathematical way early in the book for those with only a background knowledge of signal processing and communications. More advanced readers will find detailed discussions of theoretical principles, future concepts, and solutions to various specific wireless voice communications problems.

Appendix A: Constructing the Quadratic Spline Wavelets
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In this lecture, we study Bezier and Bspline curves and surfaces, mathematical representations for freeform curves and surfaces that are common in CAD systems and are used to design aircraft and automobiles, as well as in modeling packages used by the computer animation industry. Bezier/Bsplines represent polynomials and piecewise polynomials in a geometric manner using sets of control points that define the shape of the surface. The primary analysis tool used in this lecture is blossoming, which gives an elegant labeling of the control points that allows us to analyze their properties geometrically. Blossoming is used to explore both Bezier and Bspline curves, and in particular to investigate continuity properties, change of basis algorithms, forward differencing, Bspline knot multiplicity, and knot insertion algorithms. We also look at triangle diagrams (which are closely related to blossoming), direct manipulation of Bspline curves, NURBS curves, and triangu ar and tensor product surfaces.