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(20100518)As gas prices continue to rise and fossil fuels pollute our environment, various alternative fuel sources are being actively pursued. Hydrogen shows considerable promise due to its virtually unlimited supply, energy ...
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Parallel acquisition of spreading sequences in directsequence spreadspectrum communication systems (1996)Parallel search schemes are presented for the acquisition of spreading sequences in chipasynchronous directsequence spreadspectrum communication systems. In a parallel acquisition scheme, an estimate of the delay of a ...
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(1989)This thesis presents a parallel algorithm for the direct LU factorization of general unsymmetric sparse matrices. The algorithm, D2, is based on a new nondeterministic parallel pivot search that finds a compatible pivot ...
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(1993)The size of the VLSI circuit is increasing at a very rapid pace, and soon the sequential algorithms running on a uniprocessor will be inadequate to handle such large circuits. Parallel processing can be used to reduce the ...
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(1991)The computational requirements for high quality synthesis, analysis, and verification of VLSI designs have rapidly increased with the fast growing complexity of these designs. Past research has focused on the development ...
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(1997)All implementations were done using the MPI communication library and are therefore portable to many parallel platforms. All algorithms provide excellent performance in terms of speedup and quality on both sharedmemory ...
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(1996)As modern VLSI designs have become larger and more complicated, the computational requirements for design automation tools have also increased. As a result, the parallelization of these tools is of great importance. One ...
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(1991)With increase in complexity of digital circuits, it has become extremely important to detect faults to ensure correct operation of a digital circuit. Since test generation and fault simulation for circuits of VLSI complexity ...
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(1989)Computer vision has been regarded as one of the most complex and computationally intensive problems. An integrated vision system (IVS) is a system that uses vision algorithms from all levels of processing to perform for a ...
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(1993)Circuit simulation remains an indispensable tool in the CAD community and is used widely to verify circuit functionality and to generate detailed timing information. As circuit designers push the limits on chip density and ...
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(2005)This dissertation presents a fast electromagnetic fieldcircuit simulator that permits the fullwave modeling of transients in microwave systems containing multiscale structures and nonlinear devices. This timedomain ...
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(1990)This thesis looks at several aspects of solving the Input/Output problem. The increasing processor speeds and the emerging multiprocessor machines have improved the processing power of a system at a tremendous pace. This ...
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(2007)A parallel MLFMA is also developed for 3D, penetrable, acoustic scatterers. This is paired with the distortedBorn iterative method (DBIM) for inverse scattering. DBIM requires repeated solutions of the forward problem ...
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(20090601)Many of the current methods to sharpen field emitters are time consuming and can only process one field emitter at a time. In this thesis, a method is proposed to parallel process multiple field emitters using a DC glow ...
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(1988)Waveform relaxation algorithms for the simulation of MOS circuits exhibit natural parallelism, arising from the intrinsic partitioning of the circuit into subcircuits which are solved separately during the iterative solution ...
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(1990)A universal approach to the design of communication systems for unknown and timevarying channels is introduced. The true channel is from a known set of channels called the channel class, but the transmitter and receiver ...
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(20110525)With the trend towards parallel processing in computing, interest is developing in enabling workloads to be done at faster speeds to enable new usage models. SIFT is an algorithm for image detection and can be used for a ...
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(20161129)This thesis presents a methodology to estimate the parameters of singlephase induction motors (SPIMs). The parameter estimates are suitable to model the responses of SPIMs in both steadystate and transient conditions. ...
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(20120201)FabryPerot spectroscopy has been used for many decades to observe optical phenomena in the Earth's upper atmosphere. The techniques have been evolving in recent years, with the major technical advancement being use of a ...
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(20120918)Accurate dynamic load models are needed to ensure meaningful transient simulation results. We investigate the use of a composite load (CLOD) model to represent an aggregate load. Two algorithms for the parameter estimation ...
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