Shantia Yarahmadian

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Using pointwise semigroup techniques of Zumbrun–Howard and Mascia–Zumbrun, we obtain sharp global pointwise Green function bounds for noncharacteristic boundary layers of arbitrary amplitude. These estimates allow us to analyze linearized and nonlinearized stability of noncharacteristic boundary layers of one-dimensional systems of conservation laws,(More)
In heterogeneous wireless access networks, each mobile terminal may frequently need to change its base station (BS); this change is called a ‘handoff’. BSs have static parameters, which are related to their radio access technologies (RATs); however, they also contain dynamic parameters such as load and signal quality. Therefore, the problem of handoff(More)
A feature selection technique is used to enhance the precipitation estimation from remotely sensed imagery using an artificial neural network (PERSIANN) and cloud classification system (CCS) method (PERSIANN-CCS) enriched by wavelet features. The feature selection technique includes a feature similarity selection method and a filter-based feature selection(More)
Microtubules (MTs) are intra-cellular cylindrical protein filaments. They exhibit a unique phenomenon of stochastic growth and shrinkage, called dynamic instability. In this paper, we introduce a theoretical framework for applying Compressive Sensing (CS) to the sampled data of the microtubule length in the process of dynamic instability. To reduce data(More)
We generalize the Dogterom-Leibler model for microtubule dynamics (Dogterom and Leibler in Phys Rev Lett 70(9):1347-1350, 1993) to the case where the rates of elongation as well as the lifetimes of the elongating shortening phases are a function of GTP-tubulin concentration. We analyze also the effect of nucleation rate in the form of a damping term which(More)
The issue of Coverage in visual sensor networks (VSNs) has attracted considerable attention due to sensors directional sensing characteristic. It answers the question that how well the target field is monitored by a network of sensors with video/image capturing capability. In floorplan scenario the network is to monitor a plane parallel to the sensors'(More)
The issue of Coverage in visual sensor networks (VSNs) has attracted considerable attention due to sensors unique directional sensing characteristic. It answers the question that how well the target field is monitored by a network of sensors with video/image capturing capability. In floor plan scenario the network is to monitor a plane parallel to the(More)
Recent studies has revealed that Microtubules (MTs) exhibit three transition states of growth, shrinkage and pause. In this paper, we first introduce a three states random evolution model as a framework for studying MTs dynamics in three transition states of growth, pause and shrinkage. Then, we introduce a nontraditional stack run encoding scheme with 5(More)