Recent Submissions

  • Modeling human-like non-rationality in social agents 

    Kochanowicz, Jaroslaw Slawomir (2018-02-09)
    Rational decision making is one deliberately aimed at the realization of well-defined goals in an environment, based on a formal representation of its state and logical deduction grounded in those representations. Conversely, ...
  • Sub-nyquist sampling techniques for cognitive radio applications 

    Chen, Hao (2018-02-07)
    Cognitive Radio (CR) has emerged as the promising solution to overcome the limited spectral resources available to support the incessant demand for higher data throughput in today’s wireless communications. CR operation ...
  • Towards high-speed optical measurement of shape and deformation 

    Wang, Tianyi (2018-01-29)
    Optical measurement techniques, with the advantages of non-contact, non-destructiveness, and high accuracy and sensitivity, have been successfully developed and applied to study shapes and deformations of objects. Digital ...
  • Image processing techniques for speech signal processing 

    Leow, Su Jun (2018-01-29)
    The purpose of this research is to examine the use of visual representation and image processing techniques for speech processing applications. This is inspired by the fact that human spectrogram readers can rely solely ...
  • Energy efficient sensing and networking : a visible light perspective 

    Yang, Yanbing (2018-01-19)
    While the traditional communication technique with radio frequency is getting its bottlenecks in terms of available spectrum and energy consumption, visible light has attracted a lot of research attention as a promising ...
  • Study on muscle remodeling using in vivo microscopy of drosophila metamorphosis and quantitative image analysis 

    Kuleesha (2018-01-18)
    Skeletal muscle cells control most of the physical movements in our body, from simple actions such as smiling or frowning to critical movement of the diaphragm for breathing. Maintenance of muscle mass and strength is ...
  • Quantifying and improving the robustness of trust systems 

    Wang, Dongxia (2018-01-15)
    Trust systems help users evaluate trustworthiness of partners, which support users to make decisions in various scenarios. Evaluating trust requires evidences, which can be from ratings of other users (advisors). Rating ...
  • Schedulability analysis and low-criticality execution support for mixed-criticality real-time systems on uniprocessors 

    Gu, Xiaozhe (2018-01-08)
    An increasing trend in safety-critical real-time systems is towards open computing environments, where applications with different degrees of importance are developed independently and integrated together on a single ...
  • Towards high-quality 3D telepresence with commodity RGBD camera 

    Zhao, Mengyao (2018-01-08)
    3D telepresence aims at providing remote participants to have the perception of being present at the same physical space, which cannot be achieved by any 2D teleconference system. The success of 3D telepresence will greatly ...
  • A multimedia transcription system 

    Nguyen, Huy Anh (2018-01-02)
    With the advent of computing, a huge amount of data is being created everyday. Most of the dataare unstructured or semi-structured, and needs to be processed in order to derive meaning. For multimedia data (audio and video), ...
  • Sensing enhanced mobile computing with smart devices 

    Jiang, Shiqi (2017-12-27)
    Today's mobile devices not only serve as the key communication tools, but become important sensing and computing platforms as well. Sensing capacities promise the emergence of sensing enhanced mobile computing on smart ...
  • Using social media data for urban analysis in singapore 

    Koh, Wee Boon (2017-12-27)
    Effective land use planning is essential for countries where land is scarce. In Singapore, land use planning is managed by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). A revised land use plan is released by the URA every four ...
  • Design automation flow for partial run-time reconfiguration on FPGAs 

    Mao, Fubing (2017-12-27)
    Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is a programmable hardware that allows post-manufacturing configuration to meet application-specific functionality and requirement. Partial Reconfiguration (PR) is an advanced feature ...
  • Real-time recognition and tracking of texture-less objects 

    Chan, Jacob Huat Kwang (2017-12-26)
    Recognition of texture-less objects is one of the most challenging problems in the eld of object detection. This stems from the scarcity of resonant information, which impedes the formation of robust features for its ...
  • Smart phone based advertising application 

    Kumaravelu, Leena (2017-12-18)
    This project focuses on developing a smart phone based advertising application that aim to facilitate shoppers with a more enhanced customer’s experience during their shopping trips. The application will allow shoppers to ...
  • Real-time face recognition 

    Lee, Jia Qi (2017-12-18)
    Face detection and recognition is currently a hot area of research that makes use of the fundamental knowledge from computer vision, image processing and pattern recognition. In the market, there is an increasing number ...
  • Sphero robot controlled by using brain computer interface offline 

    Sun, Yaxiong (2017-12-15)
    Communication is an important part in human life, it supports and help with human development. However, diseases can take away communication skill of a person. Without being able to communicate properly, the person will ...
  • Energy detection based spectrum sensing 

    Quek, Aubrey Ting (2017-12-13)
    Wireless communication forms the bulk of today’s communication between humans to humans, humans to machine, and machine to machine interaction. As technology advances, the reliance on wireless technology increase to ...
  • Development of a Person-centred care system for dementia patients (Android PEAR app) 

    Goh, Pei Shan (2017-12-13)
    The synergy of the Person-centred Care (PCC) approach and technology can potentially push the boundaries of traditional caregiving, alleviate the stress on caregivers, re-examine the inclinations of dementia patients, and ...
  • Human-computer interactions for systems identification of gene regulatory networks 

    Tan, Tian Wen (2017-12-13)
    With technology so advanced these days, there is an increasing trend of a desire to make use of technology to understand and gain knowledge. This thirst for knowledge is greatly supported by humans’ curiosity in finding ...

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