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176 Khan, Faisal HabibDesign of drives for inverter-assisted induction generatorsThis paper investigates the control of power generation using two-phase squirrel-cage induction machines, where the load is connected to one stator winding and the load voltage is controlled through the other winding. The concept can be applied to three-phase machines as well. A state-space model of...2012-01-01
177 Furse, Cynthia M.Design of implantable microstrip antenna for communication with medical implantsThe objective of this paper is to design a microstrip patch antenna for communication with medical implants in the 402-405-MHz Medical Implant Communications Services band. Microstrip antenna design parameters are evaluated using the finite-difference time-domain method, and are compared to measure...Biocompatible antenna; Medical Implant Communications Services; MICS; Pacemaker antenna; Medical implants2004-08
178 Harrison, Reid R.Design of integrated circuits to observe brain activityThe ability to monitor the simultaneous electrical activity of multiple neurons in the brain enables a wide range of scientific and clinical endeavors. Recent efforts to merge miniature multielectrode neural recording arrays with integrated electronics have revealed significant circuit design chall...Amplifiers; Analog integrated circuits; Biomedical signal processing; Low-power circuit design; Neural recording; Subthreshold circuit design; Neural signals; Brain activity2008-01-01
179 Mathews, V. JohnDesign of low-delay nonuniform pseudo QMF banksABSTRACT This paper presents a method for designing low-delay nonuniform pseudo QMF banks. The method is motivated by the work of Li, Nguyen and Tantaratana, in which the nonuniform filter bank is realized by combining an appropriate number of adjacent subbands of a uniform pseudo QMF filter ban...2006
180 Harrison, Reid R.Designing efficient inductive power links for implantable devicesDue to limited battery life and size limitations, many implantable biomedical devices must be powered inductively. Because of weak coupling between implanted and external coils, obtaining high power efficiency is a challenge. Previous authors have addressed the issue of optimizing power efficiency ...Inductive power links; Planar spiral coils2007-01-01
181 Stevens, KennethDesigning parallel specifications in CCSWe describe a style of specifying concurrent systems based upon the parallel composition operatorof CCS and apply it to several asynchronous hardware examples.1993
182 Mathews, V. JohnDetection and estimation with fixed lag for abruptly changing systemsThe problem of state estimation and system structure detection for discrete-time stochastic systems with parameters which may switch among a finite set of values is considered. The switchings are modeled by a semi-Markov, or Markov, chain with known transition statistics. A fixed time delay (lag) is...1983
183 Mastrangelo, Carlos H.Detection of biomolecular binding by fourier-transform SPRSurface plasmon resonance (SPR) is a widely used label-free detection technique that has many applications in drug discovery, pharmacokinetics, systems biology and food science. The SPR technique measures the dynamics of a biomolecular interaction at a surface, yielding kinetic association and diss...2010
184 Simpson, Jamesina J.Detection of embedded ultra-subwavelength-thin dielectric features using elongated photonic nanojetsPhotonic nanojets have been previously shown (both theoretically and experimentally) to be highly sensitive to the presence of an ultra-subwavelength nanoscale particle within the nanojet. In the present work, photonic nanojets elongated by almost an order of magnitude (relative to the latest previo...2011-01-01
185 Tasdizen, TolgaDetection of salient image points using principal subspace manifold structureThis paper presents a method to find salient image points in images with regular patterns based on deviations from the overall manifold structure. The two main contributions are that: (i) the features to extract salient point are derived directly and in an unsupervised manner from image neighborhoo...2010
186 Myers, Chris J.Direct synthesis of timed asynchronous circuitsThis paper presents a new method to synthesize timed asynchronous circuits directly from the specification without generating a state graph. Our synthesis procedure begins with a deterministic signal transition graph specification to which timing constraints can be added. First, a timing analysis ex...1999
187 Myers, Chris J.Direct synthesis of timed asynchronous circuitsThis paper presents a new method to synthesize timed asynchronous circuits directly from the specification without generating a state graph. Our synthesis procedure begins with a deterministic signal transition graph specification to which timing constraints can be added. First, a timing analysis ex...1992
188 Myers, Chris J.Direct synthesis of timed asynchronous circuitsThis paper presents a new method to synthesize timed asynchronous circuits directly from the specification without generating a state graph. The synthesis procedure begins with a deterministic graph specification with timing constraints. A timing analysis extracts the timed concurrency and timed cau...1999
189 Stringfellow, Gerald B.Dislocations in GaAs17-xPxDislocations, their origins, and their effects on photoluminescence efficiency have been studied in GaAs1-xPx single crystals grown by vapor phase epitaxy. Dislocations were observed using etch pit, optical-transmission microscopy, and x-ray topography techniques. Two types of dislocations are grown...Photoluminescence efficiency; Growth mechanism; Optical transmission microscopy1969
190 Stringfellow, Gerald B.Doping studies of Ga0.5In0.5P organometallic vapor-phase epitaxyPresents doping studies of gallium[sub0.5] indium[sub0.5] phosphorus organometallic vapor-phase epitaxy. Distribution coefficient of indium; Description of growth conditions; Case of poor growth morphology for gallium[sub0.5] indium[sub0.5] phosphorus.Phosphorus; Gallium; Doping1986
191 Furse, Cynthia M.Down to the wireAs today's military and commercial aircraft age past their teen years, the many kilometers of wiring buried deep within their structures begin to crack and fray. Once thought to be rare and benign, such faults are found by the hundreds in a typical aircraft. Unlike obvious cracks in a wing or an e...Aging wiring; Wire fault location; Aging wire detection; Smart wire systems2001-01-01
192 Stringfellow, Gerald B.; Zhu, Jing Yi; Liu, FengDual-surfactant effect to enhance p-type doping in III-V semiconductor thin filmsSurfactant effects are usually achieved by the addition of a single surface element. We demonstrate by first-principles calculations a dual-surfactant effect of Sb and H on enhancing Zn doping in organometallic vapor phase epitaxially grown GaP thin films. The combined effects of Sb and H lower sig...Surfactants; p-type doping2008-11
193 Stevens, KennethDynamic gates with hysteresis and configurable noise toleranceDynamic logic can provide significant performance and power benefit compared to implementations using static gates. Unfortunately dynamic gates have traditionally suffered from low noise margins, which limits their reliability. A new logic family, called complementary dynamic logic (CDL), is prese...2007
194 Tasdizen, TolgaEdge enhanced spatio-temporal constrained reconstruction of undersampled dynamic contrast enhanced radial MRIThere are many applications in MRI where it is desirable to have high spatial and high temporal resolution. This can be achieved by undersampling of k-space and requires special techniques for reconstruction. Even if undersampling artifacts are removed, sharpness of the edges can be a problem. We pr...2010
195 Myers, Chris J.Effcient verification of hazard-freedom in gate-level timed asynchronous circuitsThis paper presents an efficient method for verifying hazard freedom in timed asynchronous circuits. Timed circuits are a class of asynchronous circuits that utilize explicit timing information fur optimization throughout the entire design process. In asynchronous circuits, correct operation require...2003
196 Stringfellow, Gerald B.Effect of growth rate on step structure and ordering in GaInPCuPt ordering is widely observed in GaInP epitaxial layers grown by organometallic vapor phase epitaxy. The formation of this spontaneously ordered structure during epitaxial growth is intimately related to the atomic-scale physical processes occurring on the surface, specifically surface reconst...Atomic force microscopy; Organometallic vapor phase; Crystallographic plane1997
197 Stringfellow, Gerald B.Effect of oxygen incorporation in semi-insulating (AlxGa1-x)yIn1-yPDiscusses a study conducted on oxygen-doped, semi-insulating layers of (aluminum-gallium) indium phosphide grown on gallium arsenide using organometallic vapor phase epitaxy. Effect of oxygen doping on semi-insulating layers of the substance; Secondary-ion mass spectrometry measurements; Measured co...Inactive interstitial atoms; Energy-dispersive spectoscopy; intentional oxygen1992
198 Stringfellow, Gerald B.Effect of step structure on ordering in GaInPExamines the effect of step structure on ordering in gallium indium phosphite (GaInP) using atomic force microscopy. Coverage of the surface by islands several monolayers in height with elongated direction; Formation of the edges of the islands; Role of the observations in explaining the nature of t...Gallium indium phosphite (GaInP); Twin boundaries1995-11-12
199 Stringfellow, Gerald B.Effect of surfactant Sb on carrier lifetime in GaInP epilayersSamples of Ga0.52In0.48P grown on (001) GaAs with small amounts of surfactant Sb were investigated using time-resolved photoluminescence. All samples show a luminescence that may be fit to a two-stage exponential decay with a fast and a slow lifetime. For growth without Sb (Sb/III(v)(0), the sample ...Semiconductor ternary alloys; Epitaxial layer; Microstructures2002-01-01
200 Stringfellow, Gerald B.; Rieth, Loren W.Effects of Br and Cl on organometallic vapor phase epitaxial growth and ordering in GaInPCuPt ordering in GaInP has significant effects on the electrical and optical properties. In fact, band gap reductions as large as 160 meV are potentially useful for devices. Thus, control of ordering is important. This has led to the investigation of surfactants that affect the surface processes d...Band gap reductions; Surfactants; Surface processes2004
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