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Simulation model performance analysis of a multiple station shared vehicle system
As an alternative transportation paradigm, shared vehicle systems have become increasingly popular in recent years. Shared vehicle systems typically consist of a fleet of vehicles that are usedExpand
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Development of an impedance-based wireless sensor node for structural health monitoring
This paper presents the development and application of a miniaturized impedance sensor node for structural health monitoring (SHM). A large amount of research has been focused on utilizing theExpand
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A Bayesian approach to optimal sensor placement for structural health monitoring with application to active sensing
Abstract This paper introduces a novel approach for optimal sensor and/or actuator placement for structural health monitoring (SHM) applications. Starting from a general formulation of Bayes risk, weExpand
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Maximum-likelihood estimation of damage location in guided-wave structural health monitoring
This paper describes the formulation of a maximum-likelihood estimate of damage location for guided-wave structural health monitoring (GWSHM) using a minimally informed, Rayleigh-based statisticalExpand
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User Behavior Evaluation of an Intelligent Shared Electric Vehicle System
Critical to any new transportation system technology is how users respond to the new technology or system. Various intelligent transportation system studies and demonstrations have shown that theExpand
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User-Based Vehicle Relocation Techniques for Multiple-Station Shared-Use Vehicle Systems
ABSTRACT Multiple-station shared-use vehicle systems allow users to travel between different activity centers and are well suited for resort communities, recreational areas, as well as university andExpand
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A mobile-agent based wireless sensing network for structural monitoring applications
A new wireless sensing network paradigm is presented for structural monitoring applications. In this approach, both power and data interrogation commands are conveyed via a mobile agent that is sentExpand
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Use of chaotic excitation and attractor property analysis in structural health monitoring.
This work explores the utility of attractor-based approaches in the field of vibration-based structural health monitoring. The technique utilizes the unique properties of chaotic signals by drivingExpand
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Vibration-based damage assessment utilizing state space geometry changes: local attractor variance ratio
A novel feature extracted from a nonlinear time series is presented within the context of vibration-based damage detection in a system. An eight-degree-of-freedom spring-mass-damper `structure' isExpand
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Dynamic system change detection using a modification of the transfer entropy
Recent work has validated the use of transfer entropy for exploring coupling in structural dynamics. Transfer entropy is a measure of information flow between Markov processes. Using transitionalExpand
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