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Early Forest Fire Detection via Principal Component Analysis of Spectral and Temporal Smoke Signature

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The goal of this study is to develop a smoke detecting algorithm using digital image processing techniques on multi-spectral (visible & infrared) video. By utilizing principal component analysis (PCA) followed by spatial filtering of principal component images Continue reading

Design, Characterization and Application of a Multiple Input Stethoscope Apparatus

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For this project, the design, implementation, characterization, calibration and possible applications of a multiple transducer stethoscope apparatus were investigated. The multi-transducer sensor array design consists of five standard stethoscope Continue reading

Development of Electronics, Software, and Graphical User Control Interface for a Wall-climbing Robot

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The objective for this project is to investigate various electrical and software means of control to support and advance the development of a novel vacuum adhesion system for a wall-climbing robot. The design and implementation of custom electronics and a Continue reading

Structure Climbing Monkey Robot

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This report describes the design, building, and testing of the Structure Climbing Monkey Robot (SCMR). It is composed of seven successive joints and linkages with two grippers at the two ends. Each gripper can act as the base or the end of the robot. The Continue reading

A Matlab-based Testbed for Integration, Evaluation and Comparison of Heterogeneous Stereo Vision Matching Algorithms

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Stereo matching is a heavily researched area with a prolific published literature and a broad spectrum of heterogeneous algorithms available in diverse programming languages. This paper presents a Matlab-based testbed that aims to centralize and Continue reading

Image-guided Precision Manipulation of Cells and Nanoparticles in Microfluidics

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Manipulation of single cells and particles is important to biology and nanotechnology. Our electrokinetic (EK) tweezers manipulate objects in simple microfluidic devices using gentle fluid and electric forces under vision-based feedback control. In this Continue reading