Wearable and Wireless Systems for Healthcare I Gait and Reflex Response Quantification

Engineering Technology

Wearable and Wireless Systems for Healthcare I: Gait and Reflex Response Quantification By Robert LeMoyne, Timothy Mastroianni
Self-powered SoC Platform for Analysis and Prediction of Cardiac Arrhythmias By Hani Saleh, Nourhan Bayasi, Baker Mohammad, Mohammed Ismail
Active Fault-Tolerant Control Systems: A Behavioral System Theoretic Perspective (Studies in Systems, Decision and Control) by Tushar Jain
Dr. Guidong Zhang, Bo Zhang, Zhong Li, “Designing Impedance Networks Converters”
Spectrum Sharing Between Radars and Communication Systems: A MATLAB Based Approach By Awais Khawar, Ahmed Abdelhadi, T. Charles Clancy

Wearable and Wireless Systems for Healthcare I: Gait and Reflex Response Quantification By Robert LeMoyne, Timothy Mastroianni

English | PDF,EPUB | 2017 (2018 Edition) | 142 Pages | ISBN : 9811056838 | 5.39 MB

This book provides visionary perspective and interpretation regarding the role of wearable and wireless systems for the domain of gait and reflex response quantification. These observations are brought together in their application to smartphones and other portable media devices to quantify gait and reflex response in the context of machine learning for diagnostic classification and integration with the Internet of things and cloud computing.
The perspective of this book is from the first-in-the-world application of these devices, as in smartphones, for quantifying gait and reflex response, to the current state of the art. Dr. LeMoyne has published multiple groundbreaking applications using smartphones and portable media devices to quantify gait and reflex response.

Self-powered SoC Platform for Analysis and Prediction of Cardiac Arrhythmias By Hani Saleh, Nourhan Bayasi, Baker Mohammad, Mohammed Ismail

English | PDF,EPUB |2017 (2018 Edition) | 85 Pages | ISBN : 3319639722 | 6.97 MB

This book presents techniques necessary to predict cardiac arrhythmias, long before they occur, based on minimal ECG data. The authors describe the key information needed for automated ECG signal processing, including ECG signal pre-processing, feature extraction and classification. The adaptive and novel ECG processing techniques introduced in this book are highly effective and suitable for real-time implementation on ASICs.

Active Fault-Tolerant Control Systems: A Behavioral System Theoretic Perspective (Studies in Systems, Decision and Control) by Tushar Jain

English | 23 Nov. 2017 | ISBN: 3319688278 | 170 Pages | PDF | 3.94 MB

Dr. Guidong Zhang, Bo Zhang, Zhong Li, “Designing Impedance Networks Converters”

English | EPUB | 2018 | 129 Pages | ISBN : 3319636545 | 4 MB

Research and application of impedance network converters are very popular in recent years, but it still lacks of understanding of and guidelines of impedance networks application, therefore, there is quiet a large potential market about impedance networks converters. This book can serve as a teaching material for graduates and guidelines for engineers as designing an impedance source converter.
The main purpose of this book is to understand impedance networks of nonlinear switch circuits and impedance networks matching, which will further put forward understanding of all power converters in view of impedance networks. Taking the impedance network matchings into account leads to a set of criteria for designing an impedance source converter, which is to replace the traditional tedious, manual and experience-dependent design methods.

Spectrum Sharing Between Radars and Communication Systems: A MATLAB Based Approach By Awais Khawar, Ahmed Abdelhadi, T. Charles Clancy

English | EPUB | 2017 (2018 Edition) | 102 Pages | ISBN : 3319566830 | 2.41 MB

This book presents spectrum sharing efforts between cellular systems and radars. The book addresses coexistence algorithms for radar and communication systems.
Topics include radar and cellular system models; spectrum sharing with small radar systems; spectrum sharing with large radar systems; radar spectrum sharing with coordinated multipoint systems (CoMP); and spectrum sharing with overlapped MIMO radars. The primary audience is the radar and wireless communication community, specifically people in industry, academia, and research whose focus is on spectrum sharing. The topics are of interest for both communication and signal processing technical groups. In addition, students can use MATLAB code to enhance their learning experience.

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