High-Performance 3D Image Processing Architectures for Image-Guided Interventions

Abstract :- Minimally invasive image-guided interventions (IGIs) square measure time and price economical, minimize unmotivated harm to healthy tissues, and result in quicker patient recovery. Advanced three-dimensional (3D) image process could be a vital want for navigation throughout IGIs. However, achieving on-demand performance, as needed by IGIs, for these image process operations exploitation software-only implementations is difficult owing to the sheer size of the 3D pictures, and memory and cipher intensive nature of the operations. Continue reading

Scheme Interpreter using C

This is a very good project by students of Cornell University and the main purpose of this project is to create a Scheme interpreter using C language and Mega32 microprocessor. This project focus on using full microprocessor memory power to make interpreter work fine. The main target of the project is to use the memory of the microprocessor as fully as possible to make the interpreter perform major functions. Also, there will be limitation of the number of loops and memory that the interpreter could face memory shortage. In order to relieve the memory restraint to certain level, both FLASH and EEPROM have to be used. Continue reading

Generation of Electricity from Wind Power

Abstract :-
Wind results from air in motion. Air in motion arises from a pressure gradient. Wind can be broadly classified as “planetary” & “local”. Planetary winds are caused by greater solar heating of the earth`s surface near the equator than near the northern or southern poles. This cause warm tropical air to rise and flow through the upper atmosphere towards the poles & cold air from the poles to flow back to the equator nearer to earth’s surface. Continue reading