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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 2
... and often involve problems like non-uniformity in intensity or one yield layer. LBR uses lazy learning method to ignore the biasness due to the magnetic field disparity or a fault in the small disjoint problem by constructing a rule for each test coils of the used system. Non-uniformity correction is using unique method. performed using bias field ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 2
... value range [a, b] of the golden section search method is shown in Fig. 3. Figure 3. Golden section method In Gold-SA, initial default values for a and b are considered to be -€ and €, respectively. These two coefficients are applied to the current and target values in the first ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 2
... system does not have a The system is therefore limited in scalability and is direct interface and information transfer between nodes or a vulnerable to malfunction when the central controller faults. central control system, the only measurements available to This research proposes an additional degree of autonomy the node are local. The estimation system of a node ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 2
... "Model-free 10.1109/TPEL.2014.2353215 predictive current control for interior permanent-magnet synchronous [16] G.F.H. Beng, X. Zhang, and D.M. Vilathgamuwa, "Sensor Fault- motor drives based on current difference detection technique," IEEE Resilient Control of Interior Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motor Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 61, no ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 2
... 1, and chooses other points C. Emergency Access to define the polynomial q R. The points in the polynomial The emergency situation is handled by adding a default are made up of two types of nodes, level nodes and group policy as shown in Fig.4. randomly selected nodes from the access tree. It sets ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 2
... Afterwards, the system reaction was monitored to detect and catch first fault. The faults were indicated by the blinking LED and buzzer from the EM, which recognized ... Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering Volume 17, Number 2, 2017 Fault Detection Variants of the CloudBus Protocol for IoT Distributed Embedded Systems Alexander BARKALOV1, Larysa ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 1
... to supply [13] B. Peng, I-Y Chen, "IC HTOL Stress Condition Optimization", variations determines the precision the hysteresis width can Defect and Fault Tolerance in VLSI Systems, 19th IEEE International be set by. Four possible designs were considered for this Symposium, 2004, pp 272-279, doi: 10.1109 ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 1
... system is increased with minimal financial Figure 1. Typical faults of induction motor investment. List of spare parts ... observing electromagnetic field, air-gap torque, voltage, instantaneous fault frequency content of the modulus of the analytical power ... two identical motors. One of them was the observed faulty motor, and the other one Figure 3. ...
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Year: 2017, Volume: 17, Number: 1
... Chow, H.J. Trussell, "Fuzzy inference systems Networking vol. 9, issue 3, pp. 191-204, 2012. implemented on neural architectures for motor fault detection and doi:10.1016/j.osn.2012.02.001 diagnosis", IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics, vol. 46, pp. 1069- [4] H. ...
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Year: 2016, Volume: 16, Number: 4
... has been attached. In the first is an alarm and the second is a fault). present exemplification, it results an interrupt for each Analyzing the scheme ... , and M. R. Zolghadri, "FPGA- Based Reconfigurable Control for Fault-Tolerant Back-to-Back comparison between the nMPRA architecture and other Converter Without Redundancy," IEEE ...
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