Category Archives: Computer Science & Communications

Journals from Computer Science & Communications

A Simulation of Signal Collisions over the North Atlantic for a Spaceborne ADS-B Receiver Using Aloha Protocol

Author(s):Richard Van Der Pryt, Ron Vincent ABSTRACT Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is an air traffic surveillance system in which aircraft broadcast GPS position, velocity and status on 1090 MHz at random intervals between 0.4 and 0.6 seconds. ADS-B networks for … Continue reading

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A Hybrid Method for Compression of Solar Radiation Data Using Neural Networks

Author(s): Bharath Chandra Mummadisetty, Astha Puri, Ershad Sharifahmadian, Shahram Latifi, Shahram Latifi ABSTRACT The prediction of solar radiation is important for several applications in renewable energy research. There are a number of geographical variables which affect solar radiation prediction, the … Continue reading

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Experimental Design and Its Posterior Efficiency for the Calibration of Wearable Sensors

Author(s):Lin Ye, Steven W. Su ABSTRACT This paper investigates experimental design (DoE) for the calibration of the triaxial accelerometers embedded in a wearable micro Inertial Measurement Unit (μ-IMU). Firstly, a new linearization strategy is proposed for the accelerometer model associated … Continue reading

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MAC Throughput Improvement Using Adaptive Contention Window

Author(s): Chun‐Liang Lin, Wei‐Ting Chang, Min‐Huei Lu Abstract HomePlug AV (HPAV) is a standard developed by HomePlug Powerline Alliance (HPA) for power line communication. In HomePlug AV, it uses a technology named Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA) … Continue reading

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Dual Dynamic PTZ Tracking Using Cooperating Cameras

Abstract This paper presents a real-time, dynamic system that uses high resolution gimbals and motorized lenses with position encoders on their zoom and focus elements to “recalibrate” the system as needed to track a target. Systems that initially calibrate for a mapping … Continue reading

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Re-Evaluating Media Richness Theory in Software Development Settings

Author(s):Mohammed A. Bindrees, Robert J. Pooley, Idris S. Ibrahim, Nick K. Taylor ABSTRACT Software development teams communicate differently by using a variety of communication tools. Successful communication leads to competitive software based on clear and quickly delivered re-quirements, as well … Continue reading

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Gold Alloy Dental Inlay for Preventing Involuntary Body Movements Caused by Electromagnetic Waves Emitted by a Cell Phone

Author:Yoshiro Fujii ABSTRACT Cell phone and personal computer use has increased considerably in recent years, particularly in developed countries. These devices have facilitated communication on a global scale. However, there have been a number of reports of health problems related … Continue reading

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Smart Phone Application Evaluation with Usability Testing Approach

Author(s): Naseer Ahmad, Muhammad Waqas Boota, Abdul Hye Masoom ABSTRACT In this paper, we present a narrative role methodology based on different people’s opinions, which is now implemented in our research environment for the purpose of testing novel techniques, the … Continue reading

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A Novel Data Preparation Approach for Target Based Association Rule Mining

Author(s): Prachi Singh, Rajendra Kumar Gupta ABSTRACT Target based association rules extract the correlation between targets in and around strategically specified regions. These rules can be used to predict and estimate the future results and find the faulty targets, etc. … Continue reading

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Mobile Phone Antenna with Reduced Radiation into Inner Ear

Author(s):Jamal S. Rahhal ABSTRACT Health hazards are of great concern to cellular phone users. One important measure of the effect of electromagnetic radiation into human body is the specific absorption rate (SAR). If the human body is exposed to electromagnetic … Continue reading

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