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Special Issue "Resilient Estimation, Control, Optimization, and Its Applications in Positive Networked Systems"
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Multiphase machines are often chosen due to their enhanced fault tolerance. Six-phase ones are especially convenient because they may be fed by off-the-shelf three-phase converters. In particular, those with symmetrical windings offer superior postfault capabilities. On the other hand, estimation of the stator resistance is important for purposes s...
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Different from the traditional passive optical sensors, hyperspectral LiDAR emits the active, full-waveform and gaussian laser pulse. After interacting with the vegetation leaf surface, the backscattered intensities for different waveforms return to the receiver and then are recorded. Previous researches on spectral reflection characteristic have o...
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Simultaneous real-time input and state estimation and optimal sensor placements are investigated in this paper, focusing on systems without direct feedthrough, such as earthquake-excited building structures with absolute floor acceleration measurements. Current studies showed that system properties such as strong observability, strong* detectabilit...
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Microscopy analysis of sputum images for bacilli screening is a common method used for both diagnosis and therapy monitoring of tuberculosis (TB). Nonetheless, it is a challenging procedure, since sputum examination is time-consuming and needs highly competent personnel to provide accurate results which are important for clinical decision-making. I...
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A new estimation technique based on the non-parametric kernel density estimation is introduced as an alternative and reliable technique for estimation in life testing models. This technique estimates the density functions of the parameters and reliability directly from the data without any prior assumptions about the underlying distribution paramet...
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Rice yields in Uruguay have increased rapidly (159 kg⁻¹ ha⁻¹ y⁻¹) between 1990 and 2013. There is evidence, however, of an incipient yield plateau in recent years. The aim of this study was to determine if the recent slowdown in yield gains is because average yield (Ya) has approached the yield potential (Yp) ceiling, which makes it increasingly di...
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Objective: The aim of this study is to propose a method to reduce the sensitivity of the estimated omnipolar electrogram (oEGM) with respect to the angle of the propagation wavefront. Methods: A novel configuration of cliques taking into account all four electrodes of a squared cell is proposed. To test this approach, simulations of HD grids of ca...
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We extend the celebrate De Giorgi-Nash-Moser theory to a wide class of nonlinear equations driven by nonlocal, possibly degenerate, integro-differential operators, whose model is the fractional p -Laplacian operator on the Heisenberg-Weyl group $$\mathbb {H}^n$$ H n . Among other results, we prove that the weak solutions to such a class of problems...
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A new estimation technique based on the non-parametric kernel density estimation is introduced as an alternative and reliable technique for estimation in life testing models. This technique estimates the density functions of the parameters and reliability directly from the data without any prior assumptions about the underlying distribution paramet...
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In baseball, every play on the field is quantitatively evaluated and the statistics have an effect on individual and team strategies. The weighted on base average (wOBA) is well known as a measure of a batter’s hitting contribution. However, this measure ignores the game situation, such as the runners on base, which coaches and batters are known to...
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Output characteristics of photovoltaic (PV) systems are greatly affected by both external and internal aspects. The external features, such as irradiance and temperature, are measured by the weather station. However, the irradiance and the temperature measured from measurement instruments are not representative of the energy and the heat that the P...
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We derive an analytical solution to the optimal shrinkage of OLS regression coefficients toward a constant target, under any first two moments of predictors. The estimator closely mimics the prediction performance of ridge penalty, which admits no general analytical solution.
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The electroporation technique utilizes pulsed electric fields to induce porous defects in the cell membrane, and the technique can be used for delivering drugs into cells and killing cancer cells. To develop an electric pulse protocol in the clinic with this technique, the key issue is to understand the evolution of pores in the cell membrane durin...
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Prediction of construction waste is one of the successful techniques to reduce the amount of waste generation at source. Estimation of construction waste at each stage or phase of project is very essential to accurately compute and predict the total waste generation. The study aims to quantify the amount of construction waste at different stages of...
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Estimating the magnitude of horizontal stresses is one of the most important steps in building geomechanical models. Usually, determining the magnitude of these stresses has the most uncertainty among the parameters of the 1-D geomechanical model. The constant strain method is often used to estimate horizontal stresses in geomechanical models. But...
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Coastal zones are challenging areas for sensing by satellite altimeters because reflected signals from non-water surfaces and from calm sea surfaces in small bays and ports inside the radar footprint lead to erroneous powers in return waveforms. Accordingly, these contaminated waveforms do not follow the so-called Brownmodel in conventional retrack...
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Estimation of human age is important in the fields of forensic medicine and the detection of neurodegenerative diseases of the brain. Particularly, the age estimation methods using brain magnetic resonance (MR) images are greatly significant because these methods not only are noninvasive but also do not lead to radiation exposure. Although several...
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The distribution of the expanded exponentiated power function EEPF with four parameters, was presented by the exponentiated expanded method using the expanded distribution of the power function, This method is characterized by obtaining a new distribution belonging to the exponential family, as we obtained the survival rate and failure rate func...
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This paper describes a coherent multi-dwell processing (CMDP) method for high velocity estimation and super-resolution in search and track, while search (TWS) radar modes use an un-conventional signal processing algorithm that exploits multi-dwell transmissions. The existence of the multi-dwell waveform is necessary for visibility needs by un-foldi...
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We examine if Saturn's moon Tethys may be an ocean world by assuming that spatial variations in tidal heating are responsible for thickness or temperature variations in an isostatic ice shell, which manifests as surface topography. Because patterns of tidal heating depend on average ice shell thickness and whether the shell overlies a rigid or liqu...
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Accurate state of health (SOH) estimation is critical to the operation, maintenance, and replacement of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), which have penetrated almost every aspect of our life. This paper introduces a new approach to accurately estimate the SOH for rechargeable lithium-ion batteries based on the corresponding charging process and long s...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is demonstrating its huge innovation potential, but at the same time, its spread can induce one of highest environmental impacts caused by the IoT industry. This concern has motivated the rise of a new research area aimed at devising green IoT deployments. Our work falls in this research area by contributing to addressi...
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The standard way to measure the air temperature (Ta) as the key variable in climate change studies is at 2m height above the surface at a fixed location (weather station). In contrast, the surface temperature (Ts) can be measured by satellites over large areas. Estimation of Ta from Ts is one potential way of overcoming shortages due to uneven or i...
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Zusammenfassung Die für die Planung des Materialflusses relevanten Fertigungsprozesse lassen sich sehr genau planen, beispielsweise über die Leistung der Maschine (Durchsatz je Zeiteinheit). Bei der Planung eines Projektes spielen logistische Prozesse, die zu den Kernprozessen eines Unternehmens gehören, eine wichtige Rolle. Jedoch werden sie meist...
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In this work, we consider a nonlinear Volterra-Hammerstein integral equation of the second kind ( V-HIESK ). The existence of a unique solution to the integral equation, under certain conditions, is guaranteed. The projection method was used, as the best numerical method. This method is better than the previous methods in the possibility of obtaini...
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The present work proposes a new two-stage unrelated randomized response model to estimate the mean number of individuals who possess a rare sensitive attribute in a given population by using Poisson probability distribution, when the proportion of rare non-sensitive unrelated attribute is known and unknown. The properties of the proposed model are...
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Simulation and design of adsorptive separation units demand accurate estimation of thermodynamic properties. Isosteric heat of adsorption as calculated from generalized Langmuir (gL) isotherm coupled with Clausius–Clapeyron expression for pure component and mixed-gas adsorption equilibria is presented in this work. The estimated isosteric heat of a...
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The group intelligence perception privacy protection model is a method to achieve the balance between user privacy and service requests through the cooperation between users using location services and has a good perception effect. In order to better protect the location privacy of network users and improve the stability control effect of fuzzy est...
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The geodynamic consequences of long-term development of deposits are manifested both in the form of extensive subsidence of the field territory, and in the form of local activations of fault zones. Estimates of the subsidence of the earth's surface of the Chayandinsky field of hydrocarbons in Eastern Siberia of the field are considered. The nature...
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Snow cover is an essential indicator of global climate change. The composition of the underlying surface in the Pan-Arctic region is complex; forest and other areas with high vegetation coverage have a significant influence on the retrieval accuracy of fractional snow cover (FSC). Therefore, to explore the impact of vegetation on the extraction of...
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In this study, a three-dimensional finite difference numerical model of the Jinfeng Gold Mine, including surface topography, ore body, shafts, and main faults, was built to estimate the shaft stability and surface deformation induced by underground mining transferred from open-pit mining. Satellite monitoring data of surface displacement at several...
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We consider the problem of sequential estimation of the unknowns of state-space and deep state-space models that include estimation of functions and latent processes of the models. The proposed approach relies on Gaussian and deep Gaussian processes that are implemented via random feature-based Gaussian processes. With this model, we have two sets...
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Assuming the generalized Riemann hypothesis, we provide explicit upper bounds for moduli of logL(s)\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{-69pt} \begin{document}$$\log {\mathcal {L}(s)...
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An indoor positioning design developed for mobile phones by integrating a single microphone sensor, an H2 estimator, and tagged sound sources, all with distinct frequencies, is proposed in this investigation. From existing practical experiments, the results summarize a key point for achieving a satisfactory indoor positioning: The estimation accura...
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Surgical resection continues to be the primary initial therapeutic strategy in the treatment of patients with brain tumors. Computerized cranial neuronavigation based on preoperative imaging offers precision guidance during craniotomy and early tumor resection but progressively loses validity with brain shift. Intraoperative MRI (iMRI) and intraope...
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Gaze behavior is important and non-invasive human–computer interaction information that plays an important role in many fields—including skills transfer, psychology, and human–computer interaction. Recently, improving the performance of appearance-based gaze estimation, using deep learning techniques, has attracted increasing attention: however, se...
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This research aims to investigate the relationship between carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and energy consumption on the economic growth of countries in the world based on Gross Domestic Product (GDP). We use a large volume of data related to CO2 emissions per capita and energy consumption per capita of each country in the world, so a clustering pro...
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Citation: Shuzan, M.N.I.; Chowdhury, M.H.; Chowdhury, M.E.H.; Murugappan, M.; Hoque Bhuiyan, E.; Arslane Ayari, M.; Khandakar, A. Machine Learning-Based Respiration Rate and Blood Oxygen Saturation Estimation Using Photoplethysmogram Signals. Abstract: The continuous monitoring of respiratory rate (RR) and oxygen saturation (SpO2) is crucial for pa...
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Although grid network structures are often not necessarily intended to absorb sound, the gaps between the rods that make up the grid network are expected to have a sound absorption effect. In this study, the one-dimensional transfer matrix method was used to develop a simple mathematical model for accurately estimating the sound absorption coeffici...
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Pitch is a foundational aspect of our perception of audio signals. Pitch contours are commonly used to analyze speech and music signals and as input features for many audio tasks, including music transcription, singing voice synthesis, and prosody editing. In this paper, we describe a set of techniques for improving the accuracy of state-of-the-art...
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The recent success of machine learning has accelerated the development of data-driven lithium-ion battery state estimation and prediction. The lack of accessible battery operation data is one of the primary concerns with the data-driven approach. However, research on battery operation data augmentation is rare. When coping with data sparsity, one p...
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Reaction wheels (RW), the most common attitude control systems in satellites, are highly prone to failure. A satellite needs to be oriented in a particular direction to maneuver and accomplish its mission goals; losing the reaction wheel can lead to a complete or partial mission failure. Therefore, estimating the remaining useful life (RUL) over lo...
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Phase unwrapping (PU) is a key program in data processing in the interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) technique, and its accuracy directly affects the quality of final SAR data products. However, PU in regions with large gradient changes and high noise has always been a difficult problem. To overcome the limitation, this article propose...
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In this study, we focus on the eruption of Mount Etna on Christmas 2018, which emitted great amounts of SO2 from 24th to 30th December into the free troposphere. Simulations based on two different estimations of SO2 emission fluxes are conducted with the chemistry-transport model MOCAGE in order to study the impact of these estimations on the volca...
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In this paper, a control method is presented for the six degrees of freedom (6-DoF) underwater systems. First, the proposed thruster voltage mapping control strategy of underwaters is proposed by combining the general model of the 6-DoF motion and the thruster dynamical model. Indeed, a novel control strategy is designed to be used for the 6-DoF un...
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With the development of deep learning, the network architectures and algorithm accuracy applied to monocular depth estimation have been greatly improved. However, these complex network structures can be very difficult to realize real-time processing on embedded platforms. Consequently, this study proposed a lightweight encoding and decoding structu...
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The genetic regulation of post-prandial glucose levels is poorly understood. Here, we characterise the genetic architecture of blood glucose variably measured within 0 and 24 h of fasting in 368,000 European ancestry participants of the UK Biobank. We found a near-linear increase in the heritability of non-fasting glucose levels over time, which pl...
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In this paper, we describe a computational implementation of the Synthetic difference-in-differences (SDID) estimator of Arkhangelsky et al. (2021) for Stata. Synthetic difference-in-differences can be used in a wide class of circumstances where treatment effects on some particular policy or event are desired, and repeated observations on treated a...
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The fourth year of the COVID-19 pandemic without decreasing trends in the global numbers of new daily cases, high numbers of circulating SARS-CoV-2 variants and re-infections together with pessimistic predictions for the Omicron wave duration force studies about the endemic stage of the disease. The global trends were illustrated with the use the a...
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The impact of droughts on vegetation is essentially manifested as the transition of water shortage from the meteorological to ecological stages. Therefore, understanding the mechanism of drought propagation from meteorological to ecological drought is crucial for ecological conservation. This study proposes a method for calculating the probability...
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The premature failure of wind turbines due to unknown loads leads to a reduction in competitiveness compared to other energy sources. Especially the failure of main bearings results in high costs and downtimes, as for an exchange of this component the rotor needs to be demounted. Load monitoring systems can make a significant contribution to unders...
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The different controls of water hyacinth, an invasive species of tropical and subtropical environ-ments, have demonstrated some limitations requiring additional monitoring tasks to maintain the ecological balance. Therefore, quantifying and valuing this aquatic biomass becomes a sustainable management alternative. However, the water hyacinth estima...
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This paper presents an approach to the estimation of a window shape for increasing the adaptability of glass façade-cleaning robots to different buildings. For this approach, a window scanning robot equipped with a 2D laser range scanner installed perpendicularly to a window surface is developed for the testbed, and a method for the window shape es...
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Likelihood-free inference methods typically make use of a distance between simulated and real data. A common example is the maximum mean discrepancy (MMD), which has previously been used for approximate Bayesian computation, minimum distance estimation, generalised Bayesian inference, and within the nonparametric learning framework. The MMD is comm...
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Landmines and explosive remnants of war are a significant threat in tens of countries and other territories, causing the deaths or injuries of thousands of people every year, even long after military conflicts. Effective technical means of remote detecting, localizing, imaging, and identifying mines and other buried explosives are still sought and...
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Estimating motion from visual cameras has become a promising art in the area of autonomous navigation and constant efforts are being made toward improving the accuracy of these estimates. In this paper, an improvement in the visual odometry algorithm is proposed that takes cues from both the forward and backward motion estimates. An error is formul...
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This article examines the impact of market restructuring on retail prices, using the restructuring of the electricity industry as a case study. Utilizing synthetic control as an estimation strategy, this paper finds full restructuring reduced retail prices across all sectors by an average of $1.5/MWh, relative to their counterfactual outcome. On av...
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The global Biopharmaceutical Tubing Market is valued at USD 3,362.18 million in 2021 and is estimated to reach USD 6,098.48 million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 7.9%.
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The purpose of this study was to develop sedentary cut-points for the activPAL and evaluate their performance against a criterion measure (i.e., activPAL processed by PALbatch). Part 1: Thirty-five adults (23.4 ± 3.6 years) completed 12 laboratory activities (6 sedentary and 6 non-sedentary activities). Receiver operator characteristic (ROC) curves...
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To perform dynamic cable manipulation to realize the configuration specified by a target image, we formulate dynamic cable manipulation as a stochastic forward model. Then, we propose a method to handle uncertainty by maximizing the expectation, which also considers estimation errors of the trained model. To avoid issues like multiple local minima...
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Optical flow estimation has been a long-lasting and fundamental problem in the computer vision community. However, despite the advances of optical flow estimation in perspective videos, the 360$^\circ$ videos counterpart remains in its infancy, primarily due to the shortage of benchmark datasets and the failure to accommodate the omnidirectional na...