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A new integrated system, which combines three renewable energy sources and generates five different commodities as useful outputs, is proposed and analyzed energetically and exergetically. The mass,… Continue Reading
In designing an experiment, we often assume a model and then find a best design satisfying one or more optimal properties under the assumed model. This approach works well when we are absolutely sure… Continue Reading
Since a series of academic case studies had revealed Toyota’s unique product development practices to the world, a flurry of research has been conducted into set-based design, also known as set-based… Continue Reading
Each year, occupational injuries in the construction industry disable many workers and accounts for the lives of others. The commonly used indicators to measure construction safety are reactive, or… Continue Reading
The first implementation of MAJC architecture achieves high performance by using very long instruction word (VLIW), single instruction multiple data (SIMD), and chip multiprocessing. The chip… Continue Reading
This paper presents DICAF, a high performance, Distributed, scalable Architecture for IVHS utilizing a continuous Function -- Congestion measure. DICAF distributes the overall task of dynamic route… Continue Reading
The goal of SAFELANE system is to develop the technology for a safe, reliable, highly available, acceptable and legally admissible onboard lane keeping support system for use in commercial and… Continue Reading
High-speed, switched networks present scalability challenges to a network intrusion detection system, both in terms of the volume of data that must be analyzed, and the extent to which sensors must… Continue Reading
Firms use iterative coordination, or periodic coordination meetings, in their technology development on a presumed link to both exploratory innovation and exploitative performance. We critically ev...