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Web table mining is about information extraction from tables published inside web pages as HTML texts. Most previous work on this subject makes use of the tags to discover components of the table. Our work treats web as a distinct publication media, in two ways. We argue that new types of table format have been developed specially for the web. We also argue(More)
—We report the development of an artificial haircell (AHC) sensor with design inspired by biological haircells. The sensor consists of a silicon cantilever beam with a high-aspect-ratio cilium attached at the distal end. Sensing is based on silicon piezoresistive strain gauge at the base of the cantilever. The cilium is made of photodefinable SU-8 epoxy and(More)
Table mining, as a sub-field of Information Extraction (IE), is concerned with recognizing and extracting information from tables, which are embedded either in plain texts or HTML texts. While early studies of table mining focused on plain text table mining, web table mining has lately received much attention. This is not only because the web is a popular(More)
Nearly all underwater vehicles and surface ships today use sonar and vision for imaging and navigation. However, sonar and vision systems face various limitations, e.g., sonar blind zones, dark or murky environments, etc. Evolved over millions of years, fish use the lateral line, a distributed linear array of flow sensing organs, for underwater hydrodynamic(More)
Hydrodynamic imaging using the lateral line plays a critical role in fish behavior. To engineer such a biologically inspired sensing system, we developed an artificial lateral line using MEMS (microelectromechanical system) technology and explored its localization capability. Arrays of biomimetic neuromasts constituted an artificial lateral line wrapped(More)
An engineered artificial lateral-line system has been recently developed, consisting of a 16-element array of finely spaced MEMS hot-wire flow sensors. This represents a new class of underwater flow sensing instruments and necessitates the development of rapid, efficient, and robust signal processing algorithms. In this paper, we report on the development(More)
  • Sergiy Peleshanko, Michael D Julian, Maryna Ornatska, Michael E Mcconney, Melbourne C Lemieux, Nannan Chen +17 others
  • 2007
Biological organisms interact with their surroundings by means of a variety of sensory systems of which a number of ones is based upon micromechanical principles such as bending hairs for tactile sensing in human beings, [1] shaft-like deflection of stiff hairs for vibration detection in spiders, [2] flexible membranes for night vision in snakes, [3] long(More)
PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane) elastomer is widely used in MEMS. However, PDMS is non-conductive and as a result is used in mostly structural applications. We report methods for monolithic integration of conductive and non-conductive PDMS for realizing wholly polymer-based devices with embedded elastomer wires, electrodes, heaters, and sensors. In this work we(More)
Boundary layer flow imaging can provide real time information for flight control of air vehicles, and collision avoidance and stealth detection of underwater vehicles. High density, micro-scaled sensor arrays based on microfabrication techniques have made it possible to enable these new applications. We report on the development of such a flow sensor array.(More)