Recent Submissions

  • Design of a low-profile dual polarized log-periodic antenna 

    Zhou, Jiashi (2018)
    In this dissertation, a low-profile dual-polarized log-periodic antenna has been designed. This antenna consists of a printed log-periodic dipole antenna and a top-hat loading log-periodic monopole antenna. Over the ...
  • Measurement of HRTF/HRIR for in-ear and hearing aid microphones with respect to the change of distance of the sound source 

    Tan, Boon Siang (2018)
    Head Related Transfer Function (HRTF) describes the characteristic and transformation of sound due to the effect of the head and torso as well as the external ears that provide spatial cues to the human auditory system to ...
  • PPG signal classification for motion artefact detection 

    Li, Longjie (2018)
    Photoplethysmography (PPG) signal is usually obtained by using a light source to illuminate the skin. PPG is a noninvasive technique, it has received more and more attention in recent years because it can give some basic ...
  • Stable task assignment for crowdsourcing 

    Li, Zefeng (2018)
    Task assignment is an important issue of crowdsourcing. The objective of this issue is to produce a stable and feasible task assignment. Stable means both workers and tasks are satisfied with their allocation and feasible ...
  • Image segmentation and colour analysis for wound diagnostics 

    Prakash, Sonal (2018)
    Monitoring of a wound through its healing stages is a critical problem in medical field but assessment of wounds via visual inspection can be inaccurate due to subjective bias [1,6,7]. In this work, this problem is ...
  • Prognosis of negative symptoms in Schizophrenic patients using kinect recordings 

    Ranganaj, Nishaanthi (2018)
    This report summarizes the progress of the dissertation called “Prognosis of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenic Patients using Kinect Recordings” under the guidance of Professor. Justin Dauwels. The prime objective of this ...
  • Identification of rumours in social networks 

    Asmita, Mohanty (2018)
    In a world of 7.6 billion population, it is quite challenging to collect information from each and every corner of the world about every person or about every event/incident. With the rapid growth of technology, people ...
  • Development of 3D models and animations for VR/AR 

    Lu, Yawen (2018)
    Nowadays, Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies are rapidly emerging fields which can provide an immersive 3D experience and the potential to improve human abilities in learning, training and cognition ...
  • Machine learning based Android malware detection 

    Huang, Hanlin (2018)
    As the Android operating system continues to thrive on the mobile platform, it also spawned a large amount of malicious software, leaving its users to grave security threat. How to effectively detect malicious software has ...
  • Design of a 40nm CMOS operational amplifier for high resolution LCD drver applications 

    Swasthika, Saravanan (2018)
    In this work, an improved Cross Feedforward Cascode Compensation (CFCC) amplifier with Slew Rate Enhancement (SRE) circuit, which is suitable for LCD Driver application, has been presented. Implemented with TSMC 40nm ...
  • A low quiescent power low dropout voltage regulator for internet-of-things applications 

    Sangeetha, Siddhartan (2018)
    Power management has become one of the major focus in electronics industry. It is largely based on the massive proliferation of the battery operated electronic devices that are portable, such as laptops, mobile phones and ...
  • Classroom climate detection using machine learning 

    Mangesh, Dhamnaskar Ruchi (2018)
    The project proposes a system for automatically determining whether the classroom climate exerts a positive or negative influence on the learning process of the children. The focus of the current study is to explore various ...
  • Machine learning methods for diagnosis of epilepsy from EEG 

    Roshini, Koppala (2018)
    Epilepsy is a neurological disorder presented with unpredicted and repeated seizures due to abnormal electrical activity in the brain. They can be diagnosed by analysing the electroencephalogram (EEG), which shows spikes ...
  • Development of LED cubes 

    Chen, Zhenzhong (2018)
    This article is aimed to design LED Cubes as a educational tool to demonstrate some basic physical principles and phenomena to students in classes. First, we illustrate the materials, chips, structure and softwares in ...
  • Single-pixel imaging by hadamard, fourier and discrete cosine transform 

    Sha, Fangyuan (2018)
    Single pixel imaging is a new system that has received increasing attention in recent days.Within single-pixel imaging, the Fourier transform contains three steps, followed by four steps of active illumination, meaning ...
  • Medical image segmentation using random forest and convolutional neural networks 

    Duan, You (2018)
    Medical image analysis has received attention in recent years. It is an important part of disease analysis, diagnosis and treatment. Due to the limited number of doctors, some patients cannot receive timely treatment. In ...
  • Performance test and controller design of passive thermosiphon beam 

    Ramesh, Arpitha Rani (2018)
    Thermosiphon beams fall under the integrated system of Air Conditioning and Mechanical Ventilation (ACMV). An ACMV thermosiphon beam system is designed to meet the environmental comfort needs in a closed space environment. ...
  • Underground power cable health monitoring and its electro-thermal effect on ampacity values in power distribution 

    Karthik, Balasubramanian (2018)
    While designing electrical power systems, underground cable ampacity is extremely important. There are several methods to calculate ampacity. For similar installation, different methods can give diverse ampacity values. ...
  • Spoofing attack of drone 

    Zhang, Renyu (2018)
    Nowadays, the increasing application of drones makes our lives more and more convenient. Various tasks such as: surveillance, emergency rescue, aerial photography, etc. can be accomplished by drones now. In China, some ...
  • CO2 based multizone demand-controlled ventilation 

    Nandhini, Ramakrishnan (2018)
    Ventilation systems which are part of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system must be designed and controlled properly, to reduce the amount of energy consumed by them without affecting the quality of air ...

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