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2020 19th IEEE Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems (ITherm)

The ITherm Conference series is the leading international venue for scientific and engineering exploration of thermal, thermomechanical, and emerging technology issues associated with electronic devices, packages, and systems.


2018 IEEE 8th International Advance Computing Conference (IACC)

The scope of the conference is the analysis, design, implementation, deployment and evaluation of advanced topics of computing. It aims to provide a high profile, leading edge forum for researchers, engineers, standard developers and students to showcase their latest research activities, techniques and experiences in the areas of computing.

  • 2017 IEEE 7th International Advance Computing Conference (IACC)

    The scope of the conference is the analysis, design, implementation, deployment andevaluation of advanced topics of computing. It aims to provide a high profile, leading edge forumfor researchers, engineers, standard developers and students to showcase their latest researchactivities, techniques and experiences in the areas of computing.

  • 2016 IEEE 6th International Conference on Advanced Computing (IACC)

    The scope of the conference is the analysis, design, implementation, deployment andevaluation of advanced topics of computing. It aims to provide a high profile, leading edge forumfor researchers, engineers, standard developers and students to showcase their latest researchactivities, techniques and experiences in the areas of computing.

  • 2015 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC)

    The scope of the conference is the analysis, design, implementation, deployment and evaluation of advanced topics of computing. It aims to provide a high profile, leading edge forum for researchers, engineers, standard developers and students to showcase their latest research activities, techniques and experiences in the areas of computing.

  • 2014 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC)

    Conference Scope consists of topics of interest from Advance Computing that includes Algorithms, High Performance Computing, Databases and data structures.

  • 2013 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC)

    In Computer Science the problem complexity and size is increasing. The Projects are becomingincreasingly difficult and huge in volume. Therefore the area of advance computing techniques in terms of efficientalgorithms and reliable computing technologies is becoming of utmost importance.

  • 2010 IEEE 2nd International Advance Computing Conference (IACC 2010)

    Organizations and Institutions are competing to take leads in different areas of advance computing. Due to increasing complexity and size of problems the importance of this area has grown tremendously. The problems which were out of bounds to the computer scientists are now being solved using advance computing technologies. It has opened the flood gates for new research and innovations. In this endeavor we have taken an initiative to provide a common platform for all who are involved in this field.

  • 2009 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC 2009)

    In Computer Science the problem complexity and size is increasing. The Projects are becomingincreasingly difficult and huge in volume. Therefore the area of advance computing techniques in terms of efficient algorithms and reliable computing technologies is becoming of utmostimportance. This conference will work towards bridging the gap regarding the solution of the latest problems and the available techniques and technologies.


2013 9th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCOM)

All areas related to wireless communications, network technologies, and mobile computing systems.


2012 International Conference on Advances in Engineering, Science and Management (ICAESM)

The objective of the conference is to provide platform for academicians and practitioners who are involved in research in the field of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Life Sciences and Technical Management to contribute and to disseminate the innovative and important new work. The Conference Provides a leading forum for sharing the original research contributions and practical development experiences among researchers and application developers.


2012 International Conference on Management and Service Science (MASS 2012)

Enterprise Management, Engineering Management, Service Science, Financial Management, Knowledge Management


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Online apnea-bradycardia detection using recursive order estimation for auto-regressive models

Computing in Cardiology 2013, 2013

This study aims to detect apnea-bradycardia (AB) episodes from preterm newborns, based on the analysis of electrocardiographic signals (ECG). We propose the use of an auto-regressive (AR) model with undetermined orders to capture all possible linear dependency of the RR interval time series extracted from ECG. An on-line algorithm inspired from the Kalman filtering technique is designed to follow the ...


Capability of the FCC mobile monitoring van

24th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, 1973

The Spectrum Management Task Force of the Federal Communications Commission was formed, in part, for the purpose of devising new methods of spectrum management. Initial efforts have been directed toward improved spectrum utilization in the Land Mobile Service (which includes a large number of different types of users on approximately 2,000 channels, assigned on a noncontinuous basis, on three bands ...


Capability of the FCC mobile monitoring van

IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 1974

The Spectrum Management Task Force of the Federal Communications Commission was formed, in part, for the purpose of devising new methods of spectrum management. Initial efforts have been directed toward improved spectrum utilization in the Land Mobile Service (which includes a large number of different types of users on approximately 2000 channels, assigned on a noncontinuous basis, on three bands ...


A ROC Curve Method for Performance Evaluation of Support Vector Machine with Optimization Strategy

2009 International Forum on Computer Science-Technology and Applications, 2009

Support vector machine is the highlight in machine learning. Also, performance evaluation and parameters selection for SVM model become an important issue to make it practically useful. In this paper, after investigating current evaluation index for pattern recognition, we introduced receiver operating characteristic curve into the performance evaluation. Area under receiver operating characteristic curve is applied to the model evaluation, ...


Current maldistribution in mid-riding integrated launch packages

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1995

Body forces accelerate launch packages in railguns. The body forces are the result of the interaction of the current and magnetic field. Nonuniform current distribution in a metallic armature launch package leads to nonuniform force distribution. Launch packages must be designed to handle these nonuniform distributions. Integrated launch packages designed to separate from a projectile are generally made from at ...


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  • Online apnea-bradycardia detection using recursive order estimation for auto-regressive models

    This study aims to detect apnea-bradycardia (AB) episodes from preterm newborns, based on the analysis of electrocardiographic signals (ECG). We propose the use of an auto-regressive (AR) model with undetermined orders to capture all possible linear dependency of the RR interval time series extracted from ECG. An on-line algorithm inspired from the Kalman filtering technique is designed to follow the evolution of the AR model's order distribution. The detection sensitivity (TP/(TP + FN)) reaches 91:5% over a total of 50 episodes with perfect specificity (TN/(FP+TN)=100%). From the clinical point of view, it is essential to achieve reliable early stage detection of AB episodes to enable the initiation of quick nursing actions. Our proposed method achieves a delay of 5.08s ± 2.90 compared with the experts' off-line annotations, knowing that the mean intervention time (duration from the generation of the alarm to the initiation of manual stimulation) is reported to be 33 seconds from a recent study [5].

  • Capability of the FCC mobile monitoring van

    The Spectrum Management Task Force of the Federal Communications Commission was formed, in part, for the purpose of devising new methods of spectrum management. Initial efforts have been directed toward improved spectrum utilization in the Land Mobile Service (which includes a large number of different types of users on approximately 2,000 channels, assigned on a noncontinuous basis, on three bands (25 to 50 MHz or "Low Band," 150 to 174 MHz or "High Band," and 450 to 470 MHz or "UHF Band", with additional channels specifically provided by FCC action in the lower UHF television channels in certain metropolitan areas, and with additional frequency space to become available in the 900 MHz region, but with frequency congestion generally to be found in all large population centers, and apparent maldistribution of users upon available channels). One technique which is being applied to the overall problem is the mobile spectrum monitoring van designed to measure occupancy, transmission, and other parameters of the land mobile channels.

  • Capability of the FCC mobile monitoring van

    The Spectrum Management Task Force of the Federal Communications Commission was formed, in part, for the purpose of devising new methods of spectrum management. Initial efforts have been directed toward improved spectrum utilization in the Land Mobile Service (which includes a large number of different types of users on approximately 2000 channels, assigned on a noncontinuous basis, on three bands (25 to 50 MHz or "low band," 150 to 174 MHz or "high band," and 450 to 470 MHz or "UHF band," with additional channels specifically provided by FCC action in the lower UHF television channels in certain metropolitan areas, and with additional frequency space to become available in the 900-MHz region, but with frequency congestion generally to be found in all large population centers, and apparent maldistribution of users Upon available channels). One technique which is being applied to the overall problem is the mobile spectrum monitoring van designed to measure occupancy, transmission, and other parameters of the land mobile channels.

  • A ROC Curve Method for Performance Evaluation of Support Vector Machine with Optimization Strategy

    Support vector machine is the highlight in machine learning. Also, performance evaluation and parameters selection for SVM model become an important issue to make it practically useful. In this paper, after investigating current evaluation index for pattern recognition, we introduced receiver operating characteristic curve into the performance evaluation. Area under receiver operating characteristic curve is applied to the model evaluation, model performance of SVM and RBFN is compared. Also optimal operating point of ROC is adopted to the optimization of SVM within the kernel parameters and penalty factor, and the optimization is performed by seeking of optimal operating point. Pattern recognition experiment with UCI dataset shows that ROC method is an effective approach for performance evaluation and optimization of SVM.

  • Current maldistribution in mid-riding integrated launch packages

    Body forces accelerate launch packages in railguns. The body forces are the result of the interaction of the current and magnetic field. Nonuniform current distribution in a metallic armature launch package leads to nonuniform force distribution. Launch packages must be designed to handle these nonuniform distributions. Integrated launch packages designed to separate from a projectile are generally made from at least two pieces. Uneven current split between the two halves causes the acceleration forces in one half to be larger than the other and leads to a bending moment that may not have been integrated in the design. This bending moment leads to large bending and shear stresses that can exceed the capability of the launch package and lead to a failure. In this paper, the authors show that current maldistribution was the cause of a launch package failure in the Sabot Launched Electric Kinetic Energy (SLEKE) Program. Analysis of the launch package shows that a 5 percent current maldistribution can lead to stresses well above the capability of the launch package. In this paper, the authors describe the current maldistribution, its causes, and effects on the launch package and report experimental results in which the current distribution between the two halves was measured in-situ in a 90 mm railgun.<>

  • Measurement of the velocity skin effect (in railgun applications)

    Experimental measurements were made of the velocity skin effect at velocities up to 50 m/s. The results agree with the values predicted by the model of J.P. Barber et al. (1988). However, the effect of the nonlinear permeability or spatially varying permeability is not considered in this model. At railgun velocities (km/s) and current densities (100 MA/m/sup 2/ and higher), the velocity skin effect is much more pronounced and will play a larger role in determining the current density and design of plasma armatures. Since the current distribution in the armature is usually a broad distribution in x, the x dependence becomes much more pronounced.<>

  • Current mismatch in paralleled phases of high power SiC modules due to threshold voltage unsymmetry and different gate-driver concepts

    This paper analyzes the influence of the threshold voltage on the parallel connection of three phases of a high power SiC MOSFET module. The current mismatch and the resulting switching loss distribution between paralleled phases will be investigated. Two different gate-drive circuit concepts will be tested. The influence of the choice of the gate-resistor arrangement will be presented regarding the dynamic current distribution and switching losses.

  • A New Introduction towards Invisible Image Watermarking on Color Image

    Easy availability of internet, together with relatively inexpensive digital recording and storage peripherals has created an era where duplication, unauthorized use and maldistribution of digital content has become easier. To prevent unauthorized use, misappropriation, misrepresentation; authentication of multimedia contents achieved a broad attention in recent days. In this regard we've already introduced a technique for invisible image watermarking for color image authentication. In this paper we propose a method for embedding color watermark image to color host image in a more efficient manner. We introduce a new arena of embedding color watermark image to different positions of color host image in this paper. The host image is simply divided into some blocks so that as per our proposed technique we are able to embed watermark at LSB of all such blocks. and perceptually it is entirely invisible to human visual system. In proposed watermarking framework, it allows a user with an appropriate secret key and a hash function to verify the authencity, integrity and ownership of an image. If the user performs the watermark extraction with an incorrect key and inappropriate hash function, the user obtains an image that resembles noise. So that authencity will not be preserved even if a single pixel of the image is changed. This embedding method is beneficial to us at the watermark extraction end. We are using blind extraction method. At the time of extraction the watermark can easily be resolved combining LSB from different blocks of the watermarked image.

  • Hawaii's telehealth reimbursement policy: our successful collaborative community approach

    The State of Hawaii has been promoting telehealth implementation by developing health policy, soliciting financial endowments, and facilitating the development of a telecommunications infrastructure. Telemedicine or telehealth has been in existence for 40 years, but has yet to make the transition from a feasible tool to an integrated tool in health care delivery. In the emerging and fast changing health care environment, public and private sector organizations find an increasing need to collaborate. Hawaii's Telehealth Planning Project used the multi-sectoral collaborative approach to address telehealth challenges. The paper traces the Project's community development, and identifies Hawaii's legal and regulatory activities along with federal and international activities.

  • Oscillating flow in a heat sink with parallel micro channels

    The performance of two phase heat sinks can be greatly affected by the coolant flow instabilities. For the applications in electronic cooling system, the micro-channel heat sink usually consists of some parallel channels and common header or manifold, the flow instabilities can be an especially noticeable problem. Flow instabilities will cause a severe reverse flow and subsequent maldistribution of cooling medium in the header. In addition, the instabilities degrade the total heat transfer performance of the heat sink and lead to a remarkable variation of pressure drop. As the cooling medium coming from the upstream pipe is always in two-phase flow state, the common header filled with this coming vapor will serve as a buffer tank. This tank provides significant compressible volume to the downstream heated channels and may lead to sustained pressure and temperature oscillations in the system. In this paper, the periodic reversed flow and maldistribution of fluid in a heat sink with parallel micro channels are studied experimentally. Visualization results are presented simultaneously. The effects of channel size, surface tension and fluid viscosity are considered. The results show that the micro-channel heat sinks are especially susceptible to flow instabilities and fluid maldistribution. The channel size and the surface tension effect on the reverse flow as well. And the heat transfer performance deteriorates when the ammonia reverse flow occurs.



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