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Measuring pedestrian gait using low resolution infrared people counters

Thesis
Chamberlain, T. Measuring pedestrian gait using low resolution infrared people counters. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/2733
This thesis describes research conducted into the measure- ment of pedestrian movement. It starts with an examination of current pedestrian detection and tracking systems, loo...

Multicast receiver and sender access control and its applicability to mobile IP environments: a survey

Journal Article
Kellil, M., Romdhani, I., Lach, H., Bouabdallah, A., & Betttahar, H. (2005)
Multicast receiver and sender access control and its applicability to mobile IP environments: a survey. Communications Surveys and Tutorials, IEEE Communications Society, 7(2), 46-70. https://doi.org/10.1109/comst.2005.1610545
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IP mobile multicast: Challenges and solutions

Journal Article
Romdhani, I., Kellil, M., Lach, H., Bouabdallah, A., & Bettahar, H. (2003)
IP mobile multicast: Challenges and solutions. Communications Surveys and Tutorials, IEEE Communications Society, 6(1), (18-41). doi:10.1109/comst.2004.5342232. ISSN 1553-877X
This article outlines the challenges of IP multicast over Mobile IP. Then it provides a comprehensive overview of existing multicast solutions to handle mobile sources and rec...

Application of Robust Chattering-Reduction Sliding Mode Control Techniques for Position Control of a Vector-Controlled Induction Machine with Non-Linear Friction Dynamics

Journal Article
Goh, K. B., Dunnigan, M. W., & Williams, B. W. (2005)
Application of Robust Chattering-Reduction Sliding Mode Control Techniques for Position Control of a Vector-Controlled Induction Machine with Non-Linear Friction Dynamics. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering, 219(8), 577-590. doi:10.1243/095965105x33635
Sliding mode control (SMC) methods possess several advantageous properties such as robustness against parameter variation, disturbance rejection, straightforward design, and a...

PN code acquisition with a CA-CFAR adaptive digital matched filter and its realisation using FPGA.

Conference Proceeding
Wie, B., Sharif, M., Almaini, A. E. A. & Binnie, D. (2006)
PN code acquisition with a CA-CFAR adaptive digital matched filter and its realisation using FPGA. In Proceedings of IEEE 13th International Conference on Systems, Signals & Image Processing, IWSSIP’06
In this paper the performance of a Cell Averaging Constant False Alarm Rate (CA-CFAR) Pseudo-Noise (PN) code adaptive detector is analysed for a single path communication chan...

Adaptive PN code acquisition in multi-path spread spectrum communications using FPGA.

Conference Proceeding
Wei, B., Sharif, M., Binnie, D. & Almaini, A. E. A. (2007)
Adaptive PN code acquisition in multi-path spread spectrum communications using FPGA. In Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Signals, Circuits and Systems, 573-576. ISBN 978-1424409686
Performance of two pseudonoise (PN) code detectors was tested. Cell averaging (CA) and order Statistics (OS) constant false alarm rates (CFAR) were analysed against mean acqui...

Sensorless second-order sliding-mode speed control of a voltage-fed induction-motor drive using nonlinear state feedback

Journal Article
Rashed, M., Goh, K. B., Dunnigan, M. W., MacConnell, P. F. A., Stronach, A. F., & Williams, B. W. (2004)
Sensorless second-order sliding-mode speed control of a voltage-fed induction-motor drive using nonlinear state feedback. IEE proceedings. Electric power applications, 152(5), 1127. doi:10.1049/ip-epa:20050042
A high-performance and robust sensorless speed-control scheme of a voltage-fed induction motor has been developed in which the control of speed and flux is decoupled. A robust...

A minimal jerk prosthesis control system.

Conference Proceeding
Hill, S. S., Binnie, D. & Gow, D. J. (2005)
A minimal jerk prosthesis control system. In Proceedings of the MEC’05 conference, UNB; 2005ISBN 1-55131-100-3