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International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems

Professor Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

Exeley Inc. (New York)

Subject: Computational Science & Engineering , Engineering, Electrical & Electronic

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Touch fingerprint sensor based on sensor cell isolation technique with pseudo direct signaling
HYBRID DATA APPROACH FOR SELECTING EFFECTIVE TEST CASES DURING THE REGRESSION TESTING
PERFORMANCE AND ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATIC LICENSE PLATE LOCALIZATION AND RECOGNITION FROM VIDEO SEQUENCES

VOLUME 12 , ISSUE 1 (April 2019) - List of articles

Low cost structured-light based 3D surface reconstruction

Yijun Yan/ Maher Assaad/ Jaime Zabalza/ Jinchang Ren/ Huimin Zhao

Abstract In an increasingly specialized industry with strong demands from end users, product quality plays a key role in industrial manufacturing, where the quality impact highly depends on the final product and its application. An important parameter for quality control is the surface finish of objects, essential for determining their technical suitability. Therefore, measuring the surface levelness can be critical to ensure that the finished material meets the design specifications. In this wo(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-002

Results of Experimental Research on Computerized Intellectual Monitoring Means of Effective Greenhouse Illumination

I. Laktionov/ O. Vovna/ I. Getman/ A. Maryna/ V. Lebediev

Abstract Industrial greenhouses are complex technological facilities where control and managing of the cultivation regimes affecting the efficiency of evapotranspiration and photosynthesis should be provided. The paper solves the relevant scientific and applied problem of evaluating and analyzing the metrological and functional characteristics of effective illumination sensors. The subject of the research is the metrological characteristics of means of metrical monitoring of effective illuminati(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2018-030

Touch fingerprint sensor based on sensor cell isolation technique with pseudo direct signaling

Hyeopgoo Yeo

Abstract This paper presents a 96 × 96 fingerprint sensor implemented with 0.25 μm standard CMOS technology. The implemented fingerprint sensor is based on a pseudo-direct signaling scheme that does not require an electrode for signal transmission. And the pseudo-direct signaling was combined with sensor cell isolation scheme which controls the unwanted influx of the electric fields effectively. And a pipelined scan technique was applied for fast fingerprint image capture while maintaining SNR p(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-001

Bandwidth enhancement for thin substrate UHF RFID patch antenna

Prabakar Parthiban

Abstract This paper presents an unconventional bandwidth enhancement technique for thin substrate UHF RFID linearly polarized patch antennas. The patch antenna is made from polyethylene dielectric substrate and aluminum adhesive strip conductive layers. A microstrip fed rectangular patch antenna is designed to operate between 902 and 928 MHz UHF RFID frequencies. Impedance bandwidth is enhanced by intentional impedance mismatch at the edge of the patch. An 88.98 MHz impedance bandwidth was achie(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-003

Linearization of the sensors characteristics: a review

Tarikul Islam/ S. C. Mukhopadhyay

Abstract Today, the sensing devices play an important role for various system automation and monitoring of different physical and chemical parameters. Nonlinearity is an important long-time issue for most of the sensors, so to compensate nonlinearity, various linearization schemes are reported in the literature. The accuracy of linearization schemes depends on the type and the nonlinearity value of the sensor output. Since it is difficult to find an exact polynomial equation or other functions t(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-007

Implementing a lightweight Schmidt-Samoa cryptosystem (SSC) for sensory communications

Qasem Abu Al-Haija/ Ibrahim Marouf/ Mohammad M. Asad/ Kamal Al Nasr

Abstract One of the remarkable issues that face wireless sensor networks (WSNs) nowadays is security. WSNs should provide a way to transfer data securely particularly when employed for mission-critical purposes. In this paper, we propose an enhanced architecture and implementation for 128-bit Schmidt-Samoa cryptosystem (SSC) to secure the data communication for wireless sensor networks (WSN) against external attacks. The proposed SSC cryptosystem has been efficiently implemented and verified usi(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-006

Decentralized stable and robust fault-tolerant PI plus fuzzy control of MIMO systems: a quadruple tank case study

Himanshukumar R. Patel/ Vipul A. Shah

Abstract This paper presents a typical design of fault-tolerant control using two decentralized PI plus fuzzy controllers to control the level of the lower two tanks in a nonlinear quadruple tank level process (QTLP). We also present some basic aspects of decentralized control design concerning stability and performance and illustrate them on a case study: a virtual model of a quadruple tank process. Control structure selection based on performance relative gain array (PRGA) is used, and its abi(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-004

Employment of PSO algorithm to improve the neural network technique for radial distribution system state estimation

Husham Idan Hussein/ Ghassan Abdullah Salman/ Ahmed Majeed Ghadban

Abstract This study presented a new hybrid algorithm to improve the state estimation (SE) of radial distribution power systems (PSs). The proposed particle swarm optimization–neural network (PSO–NN) algorithm constructed an independent and fast monitoring system with high accuracy that can detect abnormal conditions or failures in a PS. In this study, PSO was adopted to determine the appropriate weights of the NN model. The speed and accuracy of PSO with the NN model were evaluated in the SE of (..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-005

Design of a Modular Beam Control System for Vehicles

Vasu Chhirolya/ Parv Sachdeva/ Abhishek Gudipalli

Abstract High intensity beams enable the drivers to survey a large portion of the road ahead of them at night. These beams are meant for use when there aren’t many vehicles around. However, a lot of drivers make use of these beams while driving because of the convenience of having a larger field of view. These beams often result in momentary partial blindness for drivers in the oncoming lane, causing them to become floundered. In such a state, they tend to lose control and cause accidents. In th(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-008

Developing smart Tele-ECG system for early detection and monitoring heart diseases based on ECG signal: progress and challenges

Wisnu Jatmiko/ M. Anwar Ma’sum/ Hanif Arief Wisesa/ Hadaiq Rolis Sanabila

Abstract Technology is developed to benefit society. One of the applications of technology in the healthcare sector is telehealth monitoring system. The system proposes a new way of communication between the doctor and the patient, even in a very remote location. In this paper, we elaborate the progress and challenges regarding the development of Tele-ECG in Indonesia, which includes data acquisition, feature extraction, data compression, classification algorithm, mobile and web development syst(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-009

Integrity Assurance of OTA Software Update in Smart Vehicles

Geunhyoung Kim/ Im Y. Jung

Abstract Smart vehicles tend to choose an over-the-air (OTA) software (SW) update service. In an environment with smart vehicles, software malfunctions may have serious consequences such as accidents involving human lives and property loss. Therefore, we must ensure that the software updates in smart vehicles are completed correctly. In this study, we focused on the assurance of both data integrity and service integrity in smart vehicles to improve the OTA SW update service security. To this end(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-011

Image processing approach for grading tobacco leaf based on color and quality

Agus Harjoko/ Adhi Prahara/ Tri Wahyu Supardi/ Ika Candradewi/ Reza Pulungan/ Sri Hartati

Abstract Implementation of automation technology for grading tobacco leaf was very promising. In Indonesia, grading tobacco leaf was done manually and relied on the skill and experience of tobacco leaf graders. Large tobacco plantation needed many graders, and the workers needed to be trained, to become a skilled grader. It would take a long time and substantial cost to prepare sufficient graders. Even if the plantation had enough graders, monotonous and long duration of work would raise the hum(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2019-010

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