ICSES 2010 International Conference on Signals and Electronic Circuits

7-10 Sept. 2010

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  • Table of contents

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  • Plenary lectures

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  • Temporal pattern mining

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    Data analysis has become an integral part in many economic fields. In this paper, we present several real-world applications occurring in the fields of automobile development and manufacturing, finance, and online communities. The given examples share one aspect in common: time. It is not only the fact to find patterns inside data volumes but also to identify them based on their temporal behaviour... View full abstract»

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  • Building reliable embedded systems with unreliable components

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    This paper deals with the design of embedded systems for safety-critical applications, where both fault-tolerance and real-time requirements should be taken into account at the same time. With silicon technology scaling, integrated circuits are implemented with smaller transistors, operate at higher clock frequency, and run at lower voltage levels. As a result, they are subject to more faults, in ... View full abstract»

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  • 1. Analog and digital signal processing

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  • On the number representation in sub-expression sharing

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    The core of many DSP tasks is Multiplication of one data with several constants, i.e. in Digital filtering, image processing DCT and DFT. The Modern Portable equipments like Cellular phones and MP3 players which has DSP circuits, involve large number of multiplications of one variable with several constants (MCM) which leads to large area, delay and energy consumption in hardware. Multiplication o... View full abstract»

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  • Design of a high accuracy multi-channel analog CMOS Peak Detect and Hold circuits for APD-based PET imaging

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    This paper represents the design of a high accuracy multi-channel Peak Detect and Hold (PDH) circuits. This PDH measures the energy of an event and is one part of a readout chain for APD (Avalanche Photo Diodes)-based PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging. The circuit is designed in a 0.35 μm CMOS process. The PDH proposed is dedicated to ultra low amplitude, large amplitude range (10 ... View full abstract»

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  • A fast dynamic Bayesian network algorithm for structure learning using a time-lagged partial correlation matrix

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    We propose a novel dynamic Bayesian network algorithm for structure learning using Gaussian Bayesian network analysis and a time-lagged version of the partial correlation matrix. The proposed algorithm overcomes common issues in standard structure learning such as the finding of cycles, time consumption, and computational load. The proposed algorithm is composed of four rules where an initial stru... View full abstract»

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  • Audio signal processing based on dynamically programmable analog arrays

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    This paper examines the properties of Switched-Capacitor (SC) Field Programmable Analog Arrays in audio applications. It explores the capabilities and parameters of the AnadigmApex AN231E04 FPAA. The research was conducted to determine a class of circuits that could be implemented in the examined FPAA. View full abstract»

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  • Fourier Bayesian Information Criterion for network structure and causality estimation

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    We propose a variant of the Bayesian Information Criterion (BIC) for network structure learning that we have called Fourier BIC (FBIC). The new measure is based on spectral techniques and can be applied in a similar way to previous network fitting measures such as Akaike's, Minimum description length or BIC. FBIC presents the advantage of causality estimation, which is of paramount importance in d... View full abstract»

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  • Stationary wavelet transform and principal component analysis application on capacitive electrocardiography

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    The gradual aging and the prevalence of cardiac pathologies in society has motivated an increase in research of homecare technologies. Capacitive sensing of the electrocardiogram (ECG) allows unobtrusively monitoring of the most well-known physiological signal. However, this measurement process is relentlessly superimposed with interferences and noise, namely movement artifacts which nearly erase ... View full abstract»

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  • A new approach to cancellation of harmonic interferences in intelligent cyclic A/D converters

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    The paper presents a new approach to cancellation of harmonic interferences in so called intelligent cyclic A/D converters. The approach is based on application of the extended multi-dimensional algorithm, which estimates simultaneously values of the input sample and amplitudes of in-phase and quadrature (I/Q) components of sinusoidal interference which are taken into account for proper calculatio... View full abstract»

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  • Voice recognition for Thai based on impulse response of FIR system characterizing the relation between consonant and vowel

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    This paper proposes a voice recognition method for Thai voice based on impulse response of Finite Impulse Response (FIR) system. The FIR system characterizes the distinguish feature of Thai vowel. Then FIR system can be realized by considering the Mel-scale frequency cepstral coefficients (MFCC) obtained from the consonant and vowel in particular windows of the voice as the input and the output of... View full abstract»

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  • Elimination of power line noise from EMG signals using an efficient adaptive Laguerre filter

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    In this paper a novel algorithm is proposed for cancelling the Power Line Interference (PLI) and its harmonics from Electromyography (EMG) signals using an adaptive IIR Laguerre filter. This algorithm is independent of power line information and reference noise for Laguerre structure is constructed mathematically. The Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm is used to optimize the filter weights. This L... View full abstract»

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  • Pitch period detection using second generation wavelet transform

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    Pitch period estimation is one of the important issues in speech processing. Wavelet transform has been used for pitch detection in recent research. In this paper a new modified algorithm based on second generation wavelet transform and cubed speech signal for pitch period determination, in conjunction with other characteristics enhancement methods, is presented. This algorithm demands less comput... View full abstract»

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  • A hybrid method to estimate velocity and acceleration using low-resolution optical incremental encoders

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    Accurate velocity and acceleration estimates are required for model-reduced disturbance compensation in motion and force control applications. Such paradigms mostly rely on the position measurements of optical incremental encoders that are known to suffer from the quantization effects introduced by these devices (and their accompanying interfaces). Fixed-time (FT) and fixed-position (FP) methods a... View full abstract»

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  • An enhanced adaptive windowing technique for velocity and acceleration estimation using incremental position encoders

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    In this paper, an enhanced velocity and acceleration estimation method is presented based on the discrete-time adaptive windowing technique that exclusively employs incremental optical position sensor readings. In a previous work proposed by, a first-order adaptive windowing method (FOAW) was shown to be optimal in the sense that it minimizes the velocity error variance while maximizing the accura... View full abstract»

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