Effect of Noise on Gradient Systems

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In this paper, we generalize our work to perturbed gradient systems (PGS). For original gradient systems (GS), the change of a vector x(t) at time t is defined as the gradient vector of a function F(x) times a small negative constant. For PGS, it is assumed that the vector x(t) is perturbed by mean zero Gaussian noise. The noise can either be multiplicative or additive. In this paper, the corresponding energy functions for both cases are derived. It is found that their energy functions are very difference from F(x). Continue reading Effect of Noise on Gradient Systems

Intelligent Transport System

Intelligent transport system (ITS) is comprised of a number of technologies, including information processing, analysing, communications, control, electronics. Joining these technologies to our transportation system will save lives, save time, and save money. Transportation is a driving force behind development and the well being of all people around the world. Modern life demands growing mobility, frequently it is secured through ever-increasing use of private cars. The resulting burdens on the transport infrastructure, that is already heavily stretched, are multiplying. Despite major expenditures on new road infrastructures, traffic congestion continues to rise. Continue reading Intelligent Transport System

Gate Array Design of a Scalable Parallel-Accessible Memory Subsystem

Abstract :- This is Electronics project report on “Field-Programmable Gate Array Design of a Scalable Parallel-Accessible Memory Subsystem for Image Feature Extraction”. The purpose of this project is the creation of an advanced and efficient memory subsystem architecture that will improve the Haar processing frame rate without compromising the use of Field-Programmable Gate Array resources. Only a few hardware implementations and embedded system implementations have been published. Continue reading Gate Array Design of a Scalable Parallel-Accessible Memory Subsystem

Behavioral Reflexion Models for Software Architecture

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In our approach, the system engineer is supported in producing architecture documentation that reflects the intended architecture. Furthermore, discrepancies between the implementation and documentation are identified. These discrepancies are then illustrated graphically in a reflexion model, which guides debugging activities. In this research, we are concerned with architecture representations of system behaviors and focus in particular on distributed systems. Continue reading Behavioral Reflexion Models for Software Architecture

Lifetime Estimation of Composite Bone Joint Screws

Bone screws are crucial elements in treating many types of open/closed fractures and arthroplasties in different joints in the body. The life time of many plates used in the fracture treatment are dependent on the screws function. The fracture of screws at any point of their lifetime will cause failure of the treatment for that specific pathology. This may lead to increase risk of new surgeries, osteomyelitis and less commonly septic arthritis. Continue reading Lifetime Estimation of Composite Bone Joint Screws

Report on Hospital Management System

The purpose of the project entitled as “HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” is to computerize the Front Office Management of Hospital to develop software which is user friendly, simple, fast, and cost – effective. It deals with the collection of patient’s information, diagnosis details, etc. Traditionally, it was done manually. Can also be used for Doctor management project. Continue reading Report on Hospital Management System