Selected Publications

A Simulation Based Decision Support System For Logistics Management

Published on November 01, 2014

This paper deals with designing and developing a Decision Support System (DSS) that will be able to manage the flow of goods and the business transactions between a port and a dry port.

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Intelligent data analysis of instrumented gait data in stroke patients-a systematic review.

Published on August 01, 2014

Instrumented gait analysis (GA) may be used to analyze the causes of gait deviation in stroke patients but generates a large amount of complex data. The task of transforming this data into a comprehensible report is cumbersome. Intelligent data analysis (IDA) refers to the use of computational methods in order to analyze quantitative data more effectively.

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Automatic Pattern Identification Based on the Complex Empirical Mode Decomposition of the Startup Current for the Diagnosis of Rotor Asymmetries in Asynchronous Machines

Published on October 01, 2013

This paper presents an advanced signal processing method applied to the diagnosis of rotor asymmetries in asynchronous machines. The approach is based on the application of complex empirical mode decomposition to the measured start-up current and on the subsequent extraction of a specific complex intrinsic mode function.

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Prognostics Enhanced Reconfigurable Control of Electro-Mechanical Actuators

Published on September 01, 2009

Actuator systems are employed widely in aerospace, transportation and industrial processes to provide power to critical loads, such as aircraft control surfaces. They must operate reliably and accurately in order for the vehicle / process to complete successfully its designated mission.

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Predicting the risk of metabolic acidosis for newborns based on fetal heart rate signal classification using support vector machines

Published on May 01, 2006

Cardiotocography is the main method used for fetal assessment in every day clinical practice for the last 30 years. Many attempts have been made to increase the effectiveness of the evaluation of cardiotocographic recordings and minimize the variations of their interpretation utilizing technological advances.

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