B. Daya

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Fall is a major health hazard for the elders when they live independently. Approximately a third of those aged 65 years and over fall each year. An automatic fall detector ensures the best possible chance of a full recovery following a fall. This paper presents new algorithm able to learn, classify and identify falls from data obtained by a multi-sensor(More)
Falling and its resulting injuries are an important public health problem for older adults. The National Safety Council estimates that persons over the age of 65 have the highest mortality rate (death rate) from injuries. The risk of falling increases with age; one of three adults 65 or older falls every year. Demographic predictions of population aged 65(More)
Research and development in biometric recognition systems must respond to the industrial and experimental reported problems. When considering the iris recognition system, segmentation of the iris is considered as its most difficult step. Classic methodologies determine the inner and outer borders of the iris region using circular or elliptical boundary.(More)
—Memory arrays are an essential building block in any digital system. The aspects of designing an SRAM are very vital to designing other digital circuits as well. The majority of space taken in an integrated circuit is the memory. SRAM design consists of key considerations, such as increased speed and reduced layout area. The hope for this project was to be(More)
One of the most important problems in controlling robot locomotion, is how to generate an online trajectory for robots with a large number of degrees of freedom. In this paper, we present a biomimetic approach which is based on Central Pattern Generator (CPG) inspired from the lamprey to solve this problem. CPG is a neural network found in animal and has(More)
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