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A generalized rule-based short-term load forecasting technique
(Virginia Tech, 1991-12-05)
<p>A newly-developed technique for short-term load forecasting is generalized. The algorithm combines features from knowledge-based and statistical techniques. The technique is based on a generalized model for the weather-load ...
Modeling and simulation of surface mount packages
(Virginia Tech, 1994)
ESA based fiber optical humidity sensor
(Virginia Tech, 2002-05-11)
Several techniques for measuring humidity are presented. The goal of the study is to use the electrostatic self-assembled monolayer synthesis process to fabricate a Fabry-Parot Cavity based optical fiber humidity sensor. ...
Estimation of nonlinear systems using Jump Matrix Technique
(Virginia Tech, 1988-07-05)
Representation and simulation of a high level language using VHDL
(Virginia Tech, 1994-12-05)
<p>This paper presents an approach for representing and simulating High Level Languages (HLL) using VHDL behavioral models. The graphical representation, a Data Flow Graph (DFG), is used as a base for the VHDL representation ...
Development of a Testbed for Evaluation of Electric Vehicle Drive Performance
(Virginia Tech, 1997-08-27)
This thesis develops and implements a testbed for the evaluation of inverter fed motor drives used in electric vehicles. The testbed consists of a computer-controlled dynamometer connected to power analysis and data ...
An artificial neural network approach to transformer fault diagnosis
(Virginia Tech, 1996)
A hybrid frequency modulated CDMA communication system
(Virginia Tech, 1996-07-05)
<p>The wireless communications industry has experienced tremendous growth worldwide in the past decade. Numerous cellular communication systems have been developed to meet this need. In North America, AMPS, IS-54, 1S-95 ...
Time domain antenna pattern measurements
(Virginia Tech, 1996)
Multipath on far-field antenna ranges causes distortion of antenna pattern measurements: The multi path components have differing path lengths and hence can be separated by illuminating the antenna under test with ...
A fuzzy logic solution for navigation of the Subsurface Explorer planetary exploration robot
(Virginia Tech, 1997-05-15)
<p>An unsupervised fuzzy logic navigation algorithm is designed and implemented in simulation for the Subsurface Explorer planetary exploration robot. The robot is intended for the subterranean exploration of Mars, and ...