Kiran George

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A new approach to optimize a configurable two-dimensional (2-D) linear feedback shift registers (LFSR) for both embedded and random test pattern generation in built-in self-test (BIST) is proposed. This configurable 2-D LFSR based test pattern generator generates: 1) a deterministic sequence of test patterns for random-pattern-resistant faults, and then 2)(More)
A fundamental issue in model predictive control is the choice of the prediction and/or control horizon. Prior knowledge is often required. The transient performance is dependent on this choice. Moreover, a single choice is perhaps not the best option at all time instants. In this paper, we resolve the issue by introducing the novel idea of multiple(More)
The principal objectives in this paper are to achieve output tracking when the given unknown plant and the compensator are connected through a communication network, and to simultaneously address the effects of both network-induced delays and packet dropouts. Their effects are mitigated by using the available information intelligently. Further, we use the(More)
The Brain-computer interface (BCI) is an engaging field which could find applications in numerous fields like industrial, biomedical and engineering. In this paper a BCI based electric wheelchair driving aid design that utilizes mental concentration (EEG signals) and eye blinks (EMG signals) of the user, is presented. The design incorporates a safety(More)
In the past several years, significant research has been conducted in the area of real-time emotion recognition. Emotion recognition has several potential applications in education, medicine, assistive technologies and human-machine interaction. A real-time emotion detection device that utilizes heart rate and skin conductance sensors is presented in this(More)
The headset mouse is an assistive technology created for individuals with limited to no mobility in their arms. Specifically, this device was created for persons with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The design utilizes a NeuroSky headset, which is used by reading EMG signals to implement mouse clicks using hard blinks(More)