Mathias Lidberg

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The incidence of thyroid cancer was evaluated in 35,074 patients examined for suspected thyroid disorders between 1951 and 1969 with an average of 1.92 megabecquerel [(MBq) 52 microCi] of 131I. The radiation dose to the thyroid gland was, on the average, approximately 0.5 Gy. The mean age at the time of examination was 44 years; 5% were under age 20.(More)
Leukaemia is one of the most prominent late effects of exposure to ionising radiation. We have studied the incidence of leukaemia among 46,988 Swedish patients exposed to iodine-131 (131I) for diagnostic reasons or to treat hyperthyroidism or thyroid cancer. The observed number of leukaemias was compared with that expected based on incidence data from the(More)
Cancer mortality was studied in 10,552 Swedish hyperthyroid patients treated with 131I between 1950 and 1975. The patients were matched with the Swedish Cause-of-Death Register and the cases of 977 patients who died from cancer or leukemia were studied. The patients had been followed up for an average of 15 years (range 0 to 35 years), and the overall(More)
The decreasing cost of sensory technologies including camera and radar has facilitated the outspread of advanced driver assistance (ADAS) systems into modern vehicles. ADAS systems can operate beyond the scope of stability control, by employing autonomous intervention in both longitudinal and lateral direction. Adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping aid(More)
Previously, we conducted a study of 35,074 patients receiving diagnostic doses of 131I for suspected thyroid disorders between 1951 and 1969. We reported that, between 1958 and 1984, the incidence of thyroid cancers in these patients was insignificantly greater than the incidence expected in the general population. This increase was attributed to the(More)
In an emergency situation prior to an imminent accident, first in-vehicle warning systems would intervene and aim to make the driver to take a suitable action. If the risk of accident was not eliminated, then an autonomous collision avoidance manoeuvre can prevent it. In this work, path and speed control are intended to be used to perform such a manoeuvre(More)
The optimal manoeuvering of a vehicle during a collision avoidance manoeuvre is investigated. A simple model where the vehicle is modelled as point mass and the mathematical formulation of the optimal manoeuvre are presented. The resulting two-point boundary problem is solved by an adaptive finite element method and the theory behind this method is(More)
A complete vehicle combination controller for enhancing the lateral stability of long heavy vehicle combinations by active steering of the towed units is presented. As a case study, the controller is developed for a truck-dolly-semitrailer combination and is evaluated in a sine with dwell maneuver, using a nonlinear model of this combination. The simulation(More)