Relaxing Weighted Clustering Algorithm for Reduction of Clusters and Cluster Head (Computer Project)

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Adhoc clustering in MANET is to divide mobile nodes into different virtual groups. Mobile nodes are allocated geographically adjacent in the cluster. Clustering is done by some rule specific in the network. In this paper, we have concentrated to modify weight Continue reading

Resource Management in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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In heterogeneous wireless sensor networks (HWSNs) such as HPWREN, the sensed data needs to be routed through multiple hops before reaching the main high-bandwidth data links. The routing is done by battery-powered nodes using license free radios Continue reading

Anonymous Announcement System (AAS) for electric vehicle in VANETs (Computer Project)

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Vehicular Ad Hoc Network (VANET) allows vehicles to exchange information about road and traffic conditions through wireless communications. Nevertheless, providing reliable and authenticated information without violating the user’s privacy seems contradictory. Continue reading

An Embedded Multi-Agent Systems based Industrial Wireless Sensor Network (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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With the emergence of cyber-physical systems, there has been a growing interest in network-connected devices. One of the key requirements of a cyber-physical device is the ability to sense its environment. Wireless sensor networks are a widely-accepted Continue reading

Improving the performance of distributed simulations of wireless sensor networks (Computer Project)

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Simulations are key to the design, implementation, and evaluation of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and their applications. To meet the demands for high simulation fidelity and speed, distributed simulation techniques are increasingly being used Continue reading

Development of Embedded EM Sensors for Estimating Tensile Forces of PSC Girder Bridges (Civil Project)

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The tensile force of pre-stressed concrete (PSC) girders is the most important factor for managing the stability of PSC bridges. The tensile force is induced using pre-stressing (PS) tendons of a PSC girder. Because the PS tendons are located inside Continue reading

Embedded Implementation of VHR Satellite Image Segmentation (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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Processing and analysis of Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite images provide a mass of crucial information, which can be used for urban planning, security issues or environmental monitoring. However, they are computationally expensive Continue reading

A Linked List-based Algorithm for Blob Detection on Embedded Vision-based Sensors (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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Blob detection is a common task in vision-based applications. Most existing algorithms are aimed at execution on general purpose computers; while very few can be adapted to the computing restrictions present in embedded platforms. This paper focuses Continue reading

Data Acquisition for Flight Tests using Handheld GPS and Electronic Flight Instrument System (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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This paper addresses the data acquisition system designed in order to gather flight test data for two different aircraft for the AERO flight test class at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. It summarizes the system, data acquisition devices, methods used, data comparison Continue reading

Using Monocular Vision and Image Correlation to Accomplish Autonomous Localization (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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For autonomous navigation, robots and vehicles must have accurate estimates of their current state (i.e. location and orientation) within an inertial coordinate frame. If a map is given a priori, the process of determining this state is known as localization. Continue reading

Development and Demonstration of a Diode Laser Sensor for a Scramjet Combustor (Mechanical Project)

Hypersonic vehicles, based on scramjet engines, have the potential to deliver inexpensive access to space when compared with rocket propulsion. The technology, however, is in its infancy and there is still much to be learned from fundamental studies.

Flows that represent the conditions inside a scramjet engine can be generated in ground tests using a free-piston shock tunnel and a combustor model. These facilities provide a convenient location for Continue reading