UB ScholarWorks

Browsing Engineering Proceedings by Title

Browsing Engineering Proceedings by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Gupta, Navarun; Patel, Sarosh; Joshi, Manan; Dharmadhikari, Bhushan V.; Hmurcik, Lawrence V. (ASEE, 2012-01)
    We discuss the engineering principles of Hi-voltage (any voltage above 600 volts). We cite 4 examples that typify some of the problems facing the Engineer and technician working with Hi-voltages, including geometry ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Eschenbach, Ted; Hartman, Joseph (American Society for Engineering Management, 2009)
    Traditionally, present worth is computed with a single interest rate. However, the real options literature includes examples where “first” costs are discounted using a continuous risk-free interest rate while later revenues ...
  • Venna, Trinadh Venkata Swamy Naidu; Patel, Sarosh (ASEE, 2015-04-30)
    With the advent of robots in various industries, countless tasks that are complex for humans are made easier than ever before. Thanks to their functionality and accuracy we are able to achieve high productivity while ...
  • Sobh, Tarek M.; Mahmood, Ausif (Measurement Science Conference, 1997-01)
    This work examines closely the possibilities for errors, mistakes and uncertainties in sensing systems. We identify and suggest techniques for modeling, analyzing, and recovering these uncertainties. This work concentrates ...
  • Sobh, Tarek M.; Wohn, Kwangyoen (SPIE, 1990-03-01)
    We discuss the problem of recovering the 3-D motion and structure. An algorithm for computing the camera motion and the orientation of planar surface is developed. It solves for the 3-D motion and structure iteratively ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Rizvi, Syed S.; Riasat, Aasia (IEEE, 2008-07-06)
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Thomas, Bevin; Rizvi, Syed S. (Society for Computer Simulation International, 2009)
  • Patel, Nilay; Bhalekar, Mayuresh; Nirav, Pandya; Rizvi, Syed S.; Elleithy, Khaled M. (ASEE, 2009-04)
    Wireless sensor networks are quickly gaining popularity due to the fact that they are potentially low cost solutions to a variety of real world challenges. Their low cost provides a means to deploy large sensor arrays in ...
  • Xiong, Xingguo; Wu, Yu-Liang; Jone, Wen-Ben (IEEE, 2008-12-05)
    MEMS (Microelectromechanical System) yield and reliability have been a very critical issue. In our previous paper, we have proposed a self-repairable MEMS comb accelerometer device, and the yield analysis has demonstrated ...
  • Sobh, Tarek M.; Sanyal, Rajeev; Wang, Bei (IEEE, 2004-06-01)
    This work addresses visual remote surveillance through the World Wide Web. A mobile robot built at the RISC lab is controlled via the Internet with the help of images obtained from a network camera. The user specifies the ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Spurlock, David (American Society for Engineering Management, 2003)
    Engineering Management involves an extremely diverse range of topics, problems, and questions. Many of the problems and topics of interest in engineering management involve both human and non-human elements. This paper ...
  • Mihali, Raul; Sobh, Tarek M. (IEEE, 1999-06-01)
  • Ben Haj Frej, Mohamed; Bach, Christian (ASEE, 2014-04-03)
    The overall performance of mobile nodes is mainly affected by the relatively considerable time spent in the handoff process. Most of the time spent is mainly consumed during the authentication process. This process could ...
  • Abuhelaleh, Mohammed A.; Elleithy, Khaled M. (ASEE, 2008-03-28)
    Due to high restrictions in sensor network, where the resources are limited, clustering protocols for routing organization have been proposed in much research for increasing system throughput, decreasing system delay and ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Aref, Mostafa A. (IEEE, 1994-08-03)
    In this paper, a rule-based framework for formal hardware verification is presented. The PROVER system (PROduction system for hardware VERification) is implemented using CLIPS (C Language Integrated Production System). The ...
  • Ben Haj Frej, Mohamed; Elleithy, Khaled M. (IEEE, 2015-12-09)
    Nowadays, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN’s) are becoming more and more promising and applicable to a variety of fields: military, environmental, medical, wild life habitat, and transportation as well wearable devices, ...
  • Aldawsari, Saeed; Alamri, Ahmed (ASEE, 2015-04-30)
    In this paper, we discuss TinyOS as a flexible operating system that is suitable for wireless sensor networks. It is a powerful tool that is capable of forming a strong component of intelligent systems. Similarly, sensor ...
  • Abushgra, Abdulbast; Elleithy, Khaled M. (ASEE, 2015-04-30)
    Every day, the world looks on more of security analysis needs that are based on the enormous and sensitive information. This datum is shared by different systems around the world, which are considered at risk of attack at ...
  • Xiong, Xingguo; Wu, Yu-Liang; Jone, Wen-Ben (Springer Netherlands, 2010-12-10)
    In this paper, a built-in self-repair technique for the MEMS comb accelerometer device is proposed. The main device of the comb accelerometer consists of n identical modules, and m modules are introduced as the redundancy. ...
  • Henderson, Thomas C.; Sobh, Tarek M.; Zana, Frederic; Bruderlin, Beat; Hsu, Ching-Yao (Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 1994-08-30)
    We propose an approach for the inspection of machined parts that is based on knowledge of the actual manufacturing process for the parts to be inspected. A principal benefit of this approach is that sensing can be focused ...

Search ScholarWorks


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account