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  • Bach, Christian; Belardo, Salvatore; Bajwa, Hassan; Kantharaju, Pushpa; Prasanth, Praveen (ASEE, 2011-04)
    In order to evaluate the value and usefulness of information systems that guide IS management actions and IS investments, DeLone and McLean established a universal definition of IS success that includes different perspectives ...
  • Celebi, M. Emre; Kingravi, Hassan A.; Iyatomi, Hitoshi; Lee, Jeongkyu; Aslandogan, Y. Alp; Van Stoecker, William; Moss, Randy; Malters, Joseph M.; Marghoob, Ashfaq A. (SPIE, 2007-03-07)
    As a result of advances in skin imaging technology and the development of suitable image processing techniques during the last decade, there has been a significant increase of interest in the computer-aided diagnosis of ...
  • Karuppannan, Karthikeyan; Xiong, Xingguo; Zhang, Linfeng; Hu, Junling (ASEE, 2009)
    Surface-micromachined MEMS accelerometers have been used in many applications, such as automobile airbag deployment systems and aerospace inertial navigation. Due to the movable parts involved and their diversity in device ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Patil, Amit (American Society for Engineering Management, 2003)
    There are differences in how European and American companies are managed. American companies have one primary goal: to make money. European companies often have multiple objectives. We present a hypothesis that American ...
  • Hu, Junling; Tsai, Hai-Lung (ASME, 2003-11-16)
    The use of dual or multiple laser beams is necessary for welding thick-section metals, especially for Nd:Yag lasers which are limited to relatively low power as compared to CO2 lasers. It was also reported that the use of ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A. (IEEE, 1990-09-05)
    In this paper, we introduce a formal approach for synthesis of array architectures. Four different forms are used to express the input algorithm: simultaneous recursion, recursion with respect to different variables, fixed ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A. (IEEE, 1990-04-01)
    In this paper, we introduce a novel approach for high level synthesis for DSP algorithms. Two features are provided by the approach: completeness and correctness. A given algorithm will be represented in a new developed ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Al-Humaigani, Muhammad A. (IEEE, 1994-08-03)
    In this tutorial paper the area of formal verification of DSP VLSI architectures is presented. The paper discuses the following topics: production systems, formal logic, the equational approach, and the signal flow graph ...
  • Mihali, Raul; Sobh, Tarek M. (IEEE, 1999-05)
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A. (ACM Publishing, 1990)
    The major drawback of reported high level synthesis techniques is their limited applicability to a specific class of algorithms without extendibility to general algorithms and the lack of a formal approach to prove the ...
  • Toporovsky, Jack; Barkana, Buket D.; Gupta, Navarun; Dharmadhikari, Bhushan V.; Hmurcik, Lawrence V. (ASEE, 2010-05)
    Heavy machinery can cause great damage to the human who gets too close to the processing stage. For example: a finger can be cut off in a metal punch press; a hand can be cut off in an automated assembly line; holes can ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A. (1991-04-30)
    In this paper, we introduce a formal approach for synthesis of parallel architectures. Four different forms are used to express the given algorithms: simultaneous recursion, recursion with respect to different variables, ...
  • Xiong, Xingguo; Zhang, Linfeng; Hmurcik, Lawrence V.; Gupta, Navarun (ASEE, 2011)
    In the past decades, VLSI industries constantly shrank the size of transistors, so that more and more transistors can be built into the same chip area to make VLSI more and more powerful in its functions. As the typical ...
  • Sobh, Tarek M.; Mihali, Raul; Sachenko, Anatoli (2002-05)
    Developing an environment that enables optimal and flexible design of robot manipulators using reconfigurable links, joints, actuators, and sensors is an essential concept towards efficient robot design and prototyping ...
  • Kongar, Elif; Gupta, Surendra M. (SPIE, 2001-10-28)
    When a product reaches it’s end-of-life, there are several options available for processing it including reuse, remanufacturing, recycling, and disposing (the least desirable option). In almost all cases, a certain level ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Abd-El-Fattah, E. G. (Association for Computing Machinery, 1999-03-01)
    In this paper we introduce a new genetic algorithm for register allocation. A merge operator is used to generate new individual solutions. The number of steps required to examine all pairs in the population matrix to ...
  • Patel, Sarosh; Sobh, Tarek M. (ASEE, 2014-04)
    Computing the optimal geometric structure of manipulators is one of the most intricate problems in contemporary robot kinematics. Robotic manipulators are designed and built to perform certain predetermined tasks. It is ...
  • Kongar, Elif; Gupta, Surendra M. (SPIE, 2000-11-05)
    The current trend of depletion of natural resources due to an ever-increasing number of consumer goods manufactured has led to an increase in the quantity of used and outdated products discarded. From an environmental point ...
  • Patel, Sarosh; Elleithy, Khaled M. (ASEE, 2008-03)
    With the rapid advances in wireless and semiconductor technologies mobile connectivity became cheap and ubiquitous. One of the major challenges facing Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (also known as MANETs) is the absence of a proper ...
  • Alajlan, Abrar M.; Elleithy, Khaled M. (ASEE, 2014-04)
    Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have gained a lot of considerations in recent years and have significant impacts on different application areas. Wireless sensors have been successfully deployed in different computing ...

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