Browsing Electrical Engineering by Title
Now showing items 120 of 463

2Dsimulation and analysis of lateral SiC Nemitter SiGe Pbase Schottky metalcollector (NPM) HBT on SOI
(2003)We report a novel BiCMOS compatible lateral SiC Nemitter, SiGe Pbase Schottky metalcollector NPM HBT on SOI. The proposed lateral NPM HBT performance has been evaluated in detail using 2dimensional device simulation ... 
A 3.3 V compatible 2.5 V TTLtoCMOS bidirectional I/O buffer
(2000)Design of a 3.3 V compatible 2.5 V TTLtoCMOS bidirectional I/O buffer is proposed. Gate oxide protection was implemented without active voltage degradation, which reduces static and dynamic current levels and improves ... 
Abductive formalism for twodimensional object recognition
(1993)This paper presents an abductive formalism for interpreting images of multiobject scenes in terms of objects expected in the scenes. The inferencing scheme provides a mechanism for integrating relational featurebased ... 
An active feedback block and its applications
(1971)The active feedback block considered in this correspondence consists of three identical singlepole amplifiers and a resistive network, and has a positive slope in the gain frequency characteristics over a certain frequency ... 
Active power filter with sliding mode control
(1997)The paper presents an active power filter (APF) to eliminate harmonics and to compensate reactive power and neutral current of threephase fourwire symmetrical and unbalanced nonlinear loads. A set of three singlephase ... 
Active recognition through next view planning: a survey
(2004)3D object recognition involves using imagecomputable features to identify 3D object. A single view of a 3D object may not contain sufficient features to recognize it unambiguously. One needs to plan different views ... 
Adaptive conventional power system stabilizer based on artificial neural network
(IEEE, 199601)This paper deals with an artificial neural network (ANN) based adaptive conventional power system stabilizer (PSS). The ANN comprises an input layer, a hidden layer and an output layer. The input vector to the ANN comprises ... 
Adaptive power system stabiliser based on poleshifting technique
(1996)The design of a selftuning power system stabiliser (PSS) using the poleshifting technique is presented. The controller uses a statefeedback law, whose gains are evaluated from the poleshifting factor. The proposed ... 
Adaptive routing in kary ncubes using incomplete diagnostic information
(1997)In this paper, we present a faulttolerant routing algorithm for kary ncube interconnection networks which have become increasingly popular for the construction of massively parallel computers. The kary ncube is a ... 
Adaptive stickslip friction compensation using dynamic fuzzy logic system
(2003)A dynamic fuzzy logic based adaptive algorithm is proposed for reducing the effect of stick slip friction present in 1DOF (one degree of freedom) mechanical mass system. The control scheme proposed is an online identification ... 
Aggregation matrix for the reducedorder continued fraction expansion model of Chen and Shieh
(1978)A relationship between the states of a highorder system, and its reducedorder continued fraction expansion model of Chen and Shieh, has been derived. This relationship, in the form of an aggregation matrix, has been used ... 
AI approach to hand written devnagiri script recognition
(1991)In this paper, a system for recognizing hand written Indian Devnagiri script has been proposed. This system uses an AI approach to integrate information from diverse sources, It has three levels of abstraction low medium ... 
Algebraic characterization of MDS group codes over cyclic groups
(1995)An (n,k) group code over a group G is a subset of Gn which forms a group under componentwise group operation and can be defined in terms of nk homomorphisms from Gk to G. The set of homomorphisms which define maximum ... 
Alleviation of line overloads and voltage violations by corrective rescheduling
(1993)This paper presents simple and efficient algorithms for the alleviation of line overloads and voltage violations by corrective rescheduling. The proposed approach utilises the decoupling of real and reactive power and the ... 
Alternative lownoise realizations for narrowband recursive digital filters
(1984)Alternatives to Munson and Liu's structures [1] are given, which also realize a secondorder section having both poles and zeros, with low sensitivity and roundoff noise. Instead of realizing zeros separately from poles, ... 
Analysis and development of a lowcost permanent magnet brushless DC motor drive for PVarray fed water pumping system
(1998)This paper deals with the analysis and development of a permanent magnet brushless DC (PMBLDC) motor drive coupled to a pump load powered by solar photovoltaic (PV) array for water pumping system. A simple lowcost prototype ... 
Analysis and implementation of an electronic load controller for a selfexcited induction generator
(2004)The modelling of an electronic load controller (ELC) for a selfexcited induction generator (SEIG), used for power balancing at varying consumer load as required for stand alone microhydel generators driven by uncontrolled ... 
Analysis of a novel solid state voltage regulator for a selfexcited induction generator
(1998)An analysis of a solid state voltage regulator for a selfexcited induction generator (SEIG) using a static condenser (STATCON) is presented. The power circuit of the STATCONbased voltage regulator employs a threephase ... 
Analysis of an onoff jamming situation as a dynamic game
(2000)The process of communication jamming can be modeled as a twoperson zerosum noncooperative dynamic game played between a communicator (a transmitterreceiver pair) and a jammer. We consider a oneway timeslotted packet ... 
Analysis of grid connected induction generators driven by hydro/wind turbines under realistic system constraints
(1990)Results of an investigation dealing with the behaviour of gridconnected induction generators (GCIGs) driven by typical prime movers such as minihydro/wind turbines are presented. Certain practical operational problems ...