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Clutter Rejection Techniques-Pulse Doppler Processing

Clutter Rejection Techniques-Pulse Doppler Processing, 06/01/2012

The Radar Systems Engineering Series consists of seventeen lectures; each lecture is offered as an individual tutorial. The goal of this series is to provide an advanced introduction to radar systems subsystem issues for first year graduate students, advanced senior undergraduates or professionals new to the field. The material will be most accessible to university graduates with a Bachelor of ...


Coil Design and Analysis

Coil Design and Analysis, 07/15/2015

This course reviews the various types of coil design for maximum coupling coefficient, including circular, rectangular, flux pipe, double D, and DDQ coils. Measurements of coil inductance will be discussed. Topics covered include: Coil layout structures; Field analysis and numerical analysis; Calculation of mutual and self inductance; Measurement of coupling coefficient; and Design for handling of misalignment.


Resource Management Based on Agent Technology in Cloud Computing

2013 Taibah University International Conference on Advances in Information Technology for the Holy Quran and Its Sciences, 2013

Cloud computing is a new concept which combines different technologies like: service oriented architecture, distributed computing, virtualization... It represents a model used to deliver IT capabilities. In cloud computing, everything is provided as a service. We distinguish three main services: Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). The management of cloud ...


A Robust Security Model for Cloud Computing Applications

2018 International Conference on Computation of Power, Energy, Information and Communication (ICCPEIC), 2018

Cloud Computing provides a range of network services for applications running over the Internet. This leads to the huge accumulation of data on the cloud. The existing security provisions for cloud accessing techniques are proved to be inoperable or inadequate and highly vulnerable to security threats through the earlier studies. Because this problem is of highest concern it should be ...


Cloud-Based Development Environments

Encyclopedia of Cloud Computing, None

In this chapter we elaborate the fundamentals of platform as a service (PaaS) and outline core components of a typical PaaS. We focus on a specific cloud- computing layer, which is called application platform as a service (aPaaS). Emergence of this layer raises several questions regarding the existence of traditional development environments, tools, and the viability of alternative ecosystems along ...



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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Clutter Rejection Techniques-Pulse Doppler Processing

    The Radar Systems Engineering Series consists of seventeen lectures; each lecture is offered as an individual tutorial. The goal of this series is to provide an advanced introduction to radar systems subsystem issues for first year graduate students, advanced senior undergraduates or professionals new to the field. The material will be most accessible to university graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science / Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering and who have a solid understanding of Electromagnetism and their fields, Probability, and Calculus through Differential Equations, Vector Calculus, and Linear Algebra. Each tutorial consists of a screen-captured PowerPoint lecture narrated by Dr. O'Donnell. In each tutorial Dr. O'Donnell has broken his lecture into one or more separate segments for ease of viewing. All of the material in these tutorials is subject to copyright laws. In the first segment of this lecture Dr. O'Donnell reviews the specific copyright information for these materials. Following this brief video, the first segment of this lecture will begin.You may also access copyright information by viewing the video listed below on this course page. In his second lecture on clutter rejection (and thirteenth lecture in the series on radar systems engineering), Dr. O'Donnell covers Doppler filtering and pulse Doppler processing techniques. This lecture is divided into four parts.

  • Coil Design and Analysis

    This course reviews the various types of coil design for maximum coupling coefficient, including circular, rectangular, flux pipe, double D, and DDQ coils. Measurements of coil inductance will be discussed. Topics covered include: Coil layout structures; Field analysis and numerical analysis; Calculation of mutual and self inductance; Measurement of coupling coefficient; and Design for handling of misalignment.

  • Resource Management Based on Agent Technology in Cloud Computing

    Cloud computing is a new concept which combines different technologies like: service oriented architecture, distributed computing, virtualization... It represents a model used to deliver IT capabilities. In cloud computing, everything is provided as a service. We distinguish three main services: Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). The management of cloud computing resources in IaaS level is a very difficult task to achieve for the service provider. For example, in a simple cloud computing system which is composed of one data center, we easily find thousands of physical resources that are virtualized in millions of virtual resources. So, the manager needs an automatic solution to supervise the whole system in order to avoid or to minimize the human intervention or implication. Consequently, we propose in this paper a solution to this problem based on Agent technology which can offer an automatic management of the cloud system by doing a quick adaptation once a new situation appears. This work is in fact composed of two parts: the description of the agent system and the implementation.

  • A Robust Security Model for Cloud Computing Applications

    Cloud Computing provides a range of network services for applications running over the Internet. This leads to the huge accumulation of data on the cloud. The existing security provisions for cloud accessing techniques are proved to be inoperable or inadequate and highly vulnerable to security threats through the earlier studies. Because this problem is of highest concern it should be dealt with highest priority. Thus the three service models of cloud computing, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS), are to be made highly secure. As an initiative to provide relatively high security to user data on the cloud, a new security feature in cloud computing model is preferred. In this paper, a top notch security model with maximum security approaches that can be implemented practically is proposed to safeguard the user's data present on the cloud.

  • Cloud-Based Development Environments

    In this chapter we elaborate the fundamentals of platform as a service (PaaS) and outline core components of a typical PaaS. We focus on a specific cloud- computing layer, which is called application platform as a service (aPaaS). Emergence of this layer raises several questions regarding the existence of traditional development environments, tools, and the viability of alternative ecosystems along with new positions in the market. It is this questioning that shows the need for making sense of what underpins the very idea of aPaaS and how the idea is manifested in the market, and finally what implications can be drawn for academics and practitioners We articulate basic approaches to aPaaS and discuss metadata aPaaS by using our industry experience as well as a review of recent studies on this subject. This leads to a concise comparison of leading PaaS solutions.

  • Forecasting cloud computing using double exponential smoothing methods

    Cloud computing is one of the transformational technology in the computing world. This paper reports the cloud computing adoption curve using number of cloud providers as an indicator. Cloud computing providers offers three basic services namely, infrastructure as a service, platform as a service and software as a service. This paper shows results of medium term forecast of cloud computing providers using exponential smoothing methods. Cloud provider's historical data follows a trend so double exponential smoothing methods (DES) are applied. Results shows that DES with two smoothing constants is better fitted than DES with one smoothing constant with respect to mean absolute deviation and root mean square error. Result shows that growth in IaaS providers is more than SaaS and PaaS.

  • A Cost-Effective and QoS-Aware Approach to Scheduling Real-Time Workflow Applications in PaaS and SaaS Clouds

    The ever increasing popularity of cloud computing has relieved many consumers and businesses from the burden of acquiring, maintaining and monitoring expensive hardware and software infrastructure. In this paper, we focus on Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) clouds, where users submit their workflow applications in order to be executed within strict timing constraints. It is assumed that the target cloud platform is based on a multi-tenant approach, where applications of different users may share the same virtual machines. We propose a list scheduling heuristic for the scheduling of real-time workflow applications in a heterogeneous PaaS (or SaaS) cloud that incorporates imprecise computations and bin packing techniques. Our scheduling approach has two objectives: (a) to guarantee that all applications will meet their deadline, providing high quality results and (b) to minimize the execution time of each workflow application and thus the cost charged to the user. The proposed approach is compared to a baseline list scheduling algorithm via simulation, for workflow applications with various communication to computation ratios. The simulation results show that the proposed scheduling strategy outperforms the baseline policy, providing promising results.

  • Classification and Positioning of Cloud Definitions and Use Case Scenarios for Portability and Interoperability

    Cloud Computing has rapidly evolved and spread in the past few years, with always new services and functionalities being offered by providers in order to gain larger market sectors. This has caused in many cases a lot of distress and confusion to customers who have been often subjected to the "vendor lock- in" phenomenon, because of interoperability and portability issues often arising among different Cloud providers. In this paper we provide a brief introduction to the basic definitions of Cloud Computing, portability and interoperability and we also describe a set of established use cases. All these notions are mapped to a multi-dimensional space, which is used to classify both definitions and use cases. The focus here is represented by portability and interoperability features.

  • Evaluation and comparison framework for platform as a service providers

    Cloud Computing is becoming a new computing model that organizations are adopting, mainly for the great benefits that presents. Platform as a Service (PaaS), enables the development of modern applications in cloud infrastructures, abstracting developers several infrastructure management issues. Due to the growing number of existing PaaS providers, the selection of a provider whose services are most appropriate to the requirements of an organization is not a trivial problem, considering the variety of options and the absence of appropriate comparable metrics. This work presents a framework for a methodological selection of a PaaS provider, providing suitable metrics to compare heterogeneous PaaS environments offered by existing providers. As an example of utilization of the proposed framework, two PaaS providers were compared.

  • Factors Affecting an Organisation's Decision to Adopt Cloud Services in Saudi Arabia

    The adoption of cloud technology in Saudi Arabia is still in its early stages and shifting the current set-up to the cloud is not a simple task. This study aims to investigate the factors that might affect a Saudi Arabian organisation's decision to employ cloud services. In this paper we propose an integrated model that identifies the key factors that might impact on an enterprise's intention to adopt cloud technology. In order to assess the proposed model for cloud adoption, quantitative research methods were used in this study. The results of the survey reveal that only 16 factors affect cloud computing adoption. These factors are: availability, reliability, security, privacy, trust, relative advantage, compatibility, trial ability, top management support, organisation size, technological readiness, compliance with regulations, physical location, external support, industry, and culture.



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