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2020 IEEE Radar Conference (RadarConf20)
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2020 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and North American Radio Science Meeting
The joint meeting is intended to provide an international forum for the exchange of information on state of the art research in the area of antennas and propagation, electromagnetic engineering and radio science
OCEANS 2020 - SINGAPORE
An OCEANS conference is a major forum for scientists, engineers, and end-users throughout the world to present and discuss the latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of oceanic science and engineering. Each conference has a specific theme chosen by the conference technical program committee. All papers presented at the conference are subsequently archived in the IEEE Xplore online database. The OCEANS conference comprises a scientific program with oral and poster presentations, and a state of the art exhibition in the field of ocean engineering and marine technology. In addition, each conference can have tutorials, workshops, panel discussions, technical tours, awards ceremonies, receptions, and other professional and social activities.
RWW2020 will be an international conference covering all aspects of radio and wireless. RWW2020's multidisciplinary events will bring together innovations that are happening across the broad wireless spectrum. RWS2020, this conference application, acts as the main conference for the entire RWW of events that includes the following conferences: PAWR2020, SiRF2020, WiSNet2020, and TWiOS2020 (IEEE Topical Conference on RF/microwave Power Amplifiers, IEEE Topical Meeting on Silicon Monolithic Integrated Circuits in RF Systems, IEEE Topical Conference on Wireless Sensors and Sensor Networks, and IEEE Topical Workshop on the Internet of Space IoS, respectively). In addition to traditional podium presentations and poster sessions, tracks for IEEE Distinguished Lectures, Sunday half-day workshops, Monday panels, and a demo session are planned. A RWW2020 plenary talk are a parallel IoT Summit are planned. A student competition is also planned.
All fields of satellite, airborne and ground remote sensing.
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Filamentary Ion Flow: Theory and Experiments, None
This chapter presents an introduction to fluid dynamics. Interpreting a perfect gas model according to a statistical or continuum concept is of fundamental importance in the analysis of the fluid motion. An elementary material element of the continuum, previously indicated as a fluid particle, generally happens to be subject to longitudinal and angular deformations as it moves with the flow. ...
Software Technology: 10 Years of Innovation in IEEE Computer, None
Requirements engineering for adaptive and self‐adaptive systems targets requirements related to system adaptation when a system needs to cope with changes to ensure realization of its objectives. This entry outlines an approach to adaptation‐related requirements called autonomy requirements engineering (ARE). The approach converts adaptation issues into autonomy requirements targeting the realization of special features requiring limited or no human control. ...
Mobile Agents in Networking and Distributed Computing, None
Energy Conservation in Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Facilities, None
Cyber‐physical systems (CPS) are one of the promising techniques that pave the path to smart and efficient industry ecosystem. In general, large amounts of wireless sensors are deployed in CPS. Therefore, the collaboration of sensors becomes the basis for the operation of CPS. However, its lifetime is limited by the inherent heterogeneous nature of CPS. To realize the efficient deployment ...
Foundations of Pulsed Power Technology, None
Interference control for large systems is complicated because of the physical and electrical complexity of the systems. This chapter discusses electromagnetic topology and its relation to interference control. It covers the various aspects involved in partitioning of systems by nested enclosures and topological concepts to preserve shielding integrity. The chapter introduces the concept of nested enclosures, and shows the proper ...
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This chapter presents an introduction to fluid dynamics. Interpreting a perfect gas model according to a statistical or continuum concept is of fundamental importance in the analysis of the fluid motion. An elementary material element of the continuum, previously indicated as a fluid particle, generally happens to be subject to longitudinal and angular deformations as it moves with the flow. The chapter discusses conservation laws, and followed by a discussion on Stokesian and Newtonian fluids. The derivation of the Navier- Stokes equation from the momentum conservation, is shown in the chapter. This is followed by discussions on incompressible and irrotational flows. Among the individual fields describing the flow field, special importance is ascribed to the continuous velocity-field which, in particular, is also admitted to be finite and to vanish at infinity. The chapter ends with a discussion on Bernoulli's equation and Lagrange's function.
Requirements engineering for adaptive and self‐adaptive systems targets requirements related to system adaptation when a system needs to cope with changes to ensure realization of its objectives. This entry outlines an approach to adaptation‐related requirements called autonomy requirements engineering (ARE). The approach converts adaptation issues into autonomy requirements targeting the realization of special features requiring limited or no human control. Therefore, by using ARE, software engineers can determine what autonomic features to develop as well as what artifacts that requirements engineering process might generate.
Cyber‐physical systems (CPS) are one of the promising techniques that pave the path to smart and efficient industry ecosystem. In general, large amounts of wireless sensors are deployed in CPS. Therefore, the collaboration of sensors becomes the basis for the operation of CPS. However, its lifetime is limited by the inherent heterogeneous nature of CPS. To realize the efficient deployment of cyber‐physical systems in industrial system, it is vital to extend its collaboration lifetime. Energy‐oriented collaboration lifetime extension approach has attracted a lot of attention in cyber‐physical systems, in which topology control and sleep mode are the two most promising methods that contribute to improving energy efficiency. However, existing mechanisms are not developed comprehensively and are with low efficiency. At the same time, software‐defined networking and network function virtualization are future network techniques that make the underlying networks and devices programmable. They have inherent advantages to control topology and node mode. In this chapter, a novel lifetime extension scheme, NLES, is proposed for cyber‐physical systems using software‐defined networking and network function virtualization. First, the global view and central control properties of software‐defined networking are used to monitor cyber‐physical systems. The instant programmability of software‐defined networking and instant deployment capability of network function virtualization are utilized to control the topology of cyber‐physical systems network and the modes of sensors in cyber‐physical systems. Also, workflows and protocols in the mechanism are presented. Second, a game theoretic topology decision approach is proposed to decide the topology clustering and virtual network function deployment of sensors at run‐time of cyber‐physical systems effectively. Finally, the simulation results of case study show that NLES has longer lifetime compared with the traditional schemes.
Interference control for large systems is complicated because of the physical and electrical complexity of the systems. This chapter discusses electromagnetic topology and its relation to interference control. It covers the various aspects involved in partitioning of systems by nested enclosures and topological concepts to preserve shielding integrity. The chapter introduces the concept of nested enclosures, and shows the proper techniques of passing grounds and other conductors through the shield. It also discusses the effects of apertures on shielding effectiveness and shows how shielding effectiveness can be degraded by fields diffusing through conductive surfaces. Apertures are usually required for access such as windows and doors, ventilation, and a host of other facility requirements. These apertures must be designed so that access is provided without compromising the electromagnetic compatibility of the system. The chapter includes a design example to calculate the voltage induced in a metallic loop placed on a spherical shield of different metals.
This chapter discusses the cellular network interface and solution and presents a comprehensive discussion on the 5G enabling technologies. It introduces the concept of fiber‐wireless network convergence. The chapter also presents a broad explanation of the radio‐over‐fiber transmission scheme. It describes optical transport network multiplexing schemes and considers wireless based transport networks. The chapter then presents experimental channel measurement and characterization. It focuses on centralized/cloud RAN (C‐RAN) architectures due to their salient advantages such as cost‐effectiveness, efficient centralized processing, better service provisioning, support for dynamic resource allocation and mobile traffic load balancing. The chapter considers C‐RAN interfaces such as mobile backhaul (MBH) and mobile fronthaul (MFH). It also discusses the associated radio interface that can be employed for the in‐phase and quadrature data transmission between central units and distributed units. MBH/MFH transport network provisioning is largely based on optical fiber solutions.
Vehicles and roads are starting to be connected and gradually moving towards fully autonomous vehicles and truly intelligent road infrastructure. This chapter investigates the evolution of vehicular communication systems towards fifth generation (5G) and how the applications and services follow that evolution. It also investigates the cellular‐based solution, and how it is evolving from LTE Release 14, the initial C‐V2X system, towards Release 16, the fully‐fledged 5G system. The chapter focuses in the co‐existence issues with dedicated short range communication and what other technologies contribute to efficient V2X services. It also focuses on the data dissemination on top of a vehicular communication platform that could support efficient cloud‐based Intelligent Transportation Services. The chapter examines how the evolution of V2X communication technologies is mirrored on the evolution of services it supports, from awareness to autonomous driving.
This chapter discusses, in detail, the practical realizations of HVDC extruded cable systems by presenting the main HVDC extruded systems that are installed and are currently in service worldwide. It presents a detailed illustration of each one of the projects namely: Gotland Link, Murraylink, Cross Sound Cable (CSC), Troll A Platform, Estlink, BorWin 1, Trans Bay Project and Hokkaido- Honshu Intertie. The chapter also discusses the HVDC extruded cable systems in operation, and describes some of the practical problems tackled at the design, manufacturing, and installation stages.
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This chapter provides readers with the opportunity to learn principles and practices of architecture definition and design definition and the techniques used to control the complexity of system architecture and design. It covers architecture definition, design definition, and the Realistic Corporation driving system simulator (RC‐DSS) case study. The System Modeling Language (SysML) provides notations that can be used to define system requirements, system architectures, and system designs. The three SysML diagrams for defining system structure are: package diagrams; block definition diagrams; and Internal block diagrams. The four SysML diagrams for defining system behavior are illustrated for the driving system simulator case study. They are: sequence diagrams, activity diagrams, state machine diagrams, and use case diagrams. The chapter illustrates various kinds of SysML diagrams that can be used to define the RC‐DSS architecture (structure and behavior). It also presents design considerations for the vehicle cabin and other elements of the architecture.
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