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Adaptive antenna systems
The techniques described in this paper are applicable to signal‐receiving arrays for use over a wide range of frequencies and substantial reductions in noise reception are demonstrated in computer‐simulated experiments.
Zero-delay broadcasting protocols for video-on-demand
This work presents two broadcasting protocols using partial preloading to eliminate the extra bandwidth required to handle compressed video signal and one of these protocols, the Mayan Temple Broadcasting protocol, uses fewer data streams but requires more overall bandwidth.
Status and challenges of residential and industrial non-intrusive load monitoring
- A. Adabi, P. Mantey, Emil Holmegaard, M. B. Kjaergaard
- EngineeringIEEE Conference on Technologies for…
- 2 November 2015
Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) is the process of identification of loads from an aggregate power interface using disaggregation algorithms. This paper identifies the current status,…
Digital filtering with applications to electrocardiogram processing
The design of low-pass, bandpass, high- pass, and notched filter difference equations using Z-transform techniques and applications of these filters to the processing of electrocardiograms.
The NIH BD2K center for big data in translational genomics
The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health is pioneering the development of shared application programming interfaces (APIs) to connect the world's genome repositories and is developing an open source software stack (ADAM) that uses these APIs.
Eigenvalue sensitivity and state-variable selection
- P. Mantey
- 1 June 1968
The first part of this paper presents a new measure of sensitivity specifically applicable to the realization of a linear discrete system on a digital computer. It is also shown that the sensitivity…
Integrated Geographic Data Bases: The GADS Experience
An interactive decision support system called GADS (Geo-data Analysis and Display System) has been developed to provide decision makers with interactive access to geographic data and to provide them with functions supporting both "problem finding" and "problem solving".
REINAS: A Real-Time System for Managing Environmental Data
- E. Rosen, Theodore R. Haining, D. Long, P. Mantey, C. Wittenbrink
- Computer ScienceInt. J. Softw. Eng. Knowl. Eng.
- 1 March 1998
The REINAS architecture and current status is described in detail, including the challenges that were addressed in the construction of an operational system which includes a regional wireless instrumentation network comprised of over 200 instrument platforms and 1500 sensor streams producing real-time data of interest to thousands of users.
Cost-effective instrumentation via NILM to support a residential energy management system
This paper describes a system providing a powerful and flexible platform, supporting user configuration of sampling rates and amplitude resolution up to 65 kHz and 24 bits respectively and the internal processor is also capable of running NILM algorithms in real time on the sampled measurements.