Bryan Clarke

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Left-right asymmetry in snails is intriguing because individuals of opposite chirality are either unable to mate or can only mate with difficulty, so could be reproductively isolated from each other. We have therefore investigated chiral evolution in the Japanese land snail genus Euhadra to understand whether changes in chirality have promoted speciation.(More)
This paper addresses the issue of creating a sensor model for a new short-range 24GHz close proximity detection (CPD) radar. The CPD radar is designed to provide improved situational awareness to the driver of a large vehicle. It is able to detect light vehicles and other targets at ranges from 2.2m to 45m within an arc of 160° azimuth, but radar(More)
This paper addresses the issue of improving situational awareness for large vehicles operating in all weather conditions. A new short-range 24GHz close proximity detection (CPD) microwave radar technology for providing situational awareness to the driver of large vehicles is presented. A series of experiments are performed in which the radar is used to(More)
Frequency-modulated continuous waveform (FMCW) microwave and millimetre-wave radar is an attractive sensor for intelligent transport systems due to its reliable all-weather performance. This paper discusses issues involved in the design of FMCW radar mapping systems for use in collision avoidance in large vehicles operating in dynamic environments. The(More)
Human gait is an emerging biometric showing promise in its use. It incorporates time implicitly which allows a wide range of temporally based analyses to be applied. Currently, most dynamic analyses of gait employ the fronto-parallel view where people walk in a plane parallel to a camera. They employ linear signal decomposition techniques to obtain features(More)
This paper presents a team of Micro Aerial Vehicles (MAVs) and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) which are controlled and monitored by a Base Station (BS). The MAVs are of coaxial design which imparts mechanical stability both outdoor and indoor while obeying a 30cm size constraint. They have carbon fiber frames for weight reduction allowing sensors and(More)
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