András Molnár

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Antibody based, high throughput proteomics technology represents an exciting new approach in understanding the pathobiologies of complex disorders such as cancer, stroke and traumatic brain injury. Reverse phase protein microarray (RPPA) can complement the classical methods based on mass spectrometry as a high throughput validation and quantification(More)
Reasoning on constraint sets is a difficult task. Classical database design is based on a step-wise extension of the constraint set and on a consideration of constraint sets through generation by tools. Since the database developer must master semantics acquisition, tools and approaches are still sought that support reasoning on sets of constraints. We(More)
The tuning of the navigation controllers for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is a relatively long process. The reason is that the controllers can be tuned during test flights only. This tuning must be started in calm weather then continue in higher and higher wind, while the UAV reaches its given weather limits. The aim of this research is to develop a(More)
In the recent years we have been investigating the possibilities of developing and applying mobile robots within the framework of several projects at the Institute of Applied Informatics of John Neumann Faculty of Informatics at Budapest Polytechnic. The research included the study of development options of movement possibilities of mobile constructions,(More)
This paper presents a complete solution for unmanned 3D aerial image matching. There are many application which needs precise and up to date 2D and 3D maps, georeferred maps, digital elevation models (DEM). The common solution is a use of a manned airplane and capture multiple high resolution pictures, than match them with a third party geographic(More)
Nowadays small size UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) systems are really popular. We can find so many of them on video sharing portals and nowadays there are many articles on the media with the advantages and disadvantages of them. We can use “drones” for so many useful task, but on the other hand the risk is increasing with the growing(More)
In unmanned aerial vehicle operations as well as in aviation the airflow direction and speed plays a major role. The wind speed may limit the use of aircraft, and determines the direction of the takeoff and landing. In the case of small size UAVs (0.5 – 4 m wingspan, 0.5 – 10 kg takeoff weight) the strength and the direction of the wind is(More)
Small size UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) are more and more popular nowadays. These devices are used by many professions for taking picture or recording footages making their work significantly easier, such as recording footages on football matches, forecasting the weather or protecting a country's borders. Beyond these examples this technology can also be(More)