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Chatgpt As Metamorphosis Designer For The Future Of Artificial Intelligence (Ai): A Conceptual Investigation, Amarjit Kumar Singh (Library Assistant), Dr. Pankaj Mathur (Deputy Librarian) 2023 Central University of South Bihar, Panchanpur, Gaya, Bihar

Chatgpt As Metamorphosis Designer For The Future Of Artificial Intelligence (Ai): A Conceptual Investigation, Amarjit Kumar Singh (Library Assistant), Dr. Pankaj Mathur (Deputy Librarian)

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this research paper is to explore ChatGPT’s potential as an innovative designer tool for the future development of artificial intelligence. Specifically, this conceptual investigation aims to analyze ChatGPT’s capabilities as a tool for designing and developing near about human intelligent systems for futuristic used and developed in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Also with the helps of this paper, researchers are analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of ChatGPT as a tool, and identify possible areas for improvement in its development and implementation. This investigation focused on the various features and functions of ChatGPT that …


Research Of Three-Phases Current’S Transducers Of Filter-Compensation Devices For Control Reactive Power’S Consumption Of Asynchronous Motor, Ilkhomjon Khakimovich Siddikov, Dilyorbek Karimjonov Doniyorbek o'g'li -, Abdumutal Abdikarimovich Abdigapirov 2023 National Research University TIIAMME, Adrdress: 28-19, Karakamish 2/4, 100149, Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan, E-mail: ikhsiddikov@mail.ru, Phone: +998946009877;

Research Of Three-Phases Current’S Transducers Of Filter-Compensation Devices For Control Reactive Power’S Consumption Of Asynchronous Motor, Ilkhomjon Khakimovich Siddikov, Dilyorbek Karimjonov Doniyorbek O'G'Li -, Abdumutal Abdikarimovich Abdigapirov

Chemical Technology, Control and Management

In the article given materials of developing of three-phase electromagnetic current transducers of reactive power, using with asynchronous motor, methods connecting of two sensing element, series, parallel and differential and loops suitable for each phase, dynamic characteristics of output signals of three-phase electromagnetic current transducers asynchronous motor.

On the basis of modern calculation and design complexes are of great importance in the research variable sizes of three-phase current electromagnetic transducers of filter-compensation devices of reactive power of asynchronous motors. Presented mathematical model of research of electrical, electromagnetic and magnetic elements of electromagnetic current transducers in the …


On Refinements To Qmfd Based Chirp Parameter Estimation, Balu Santhanam, Thalanayar Santhanam 2023 University of New Mexico

On Refinements To Qmfd Based Chirp Parameter Estimation, Balu Santhanam, Thalanayar Santhanam

Electrical & Computer Engineering Technical Reports

Commuting matrix methods furnish a full basis of orthog- onal eigenvectors for the discrete Fourier transform or its centered version needed for computing the discrete fractional Fourier transform and multicomponent chirp signal analysis. However, these approaches suffer from ill-conditioning issues at higher matrix sizes, and require a computationally expensive eigenvalue decomposition.

In this paper, ill-conditioning issues associated with the QMFD approach developed previously by the authors are addressed via diagonal modification. Further symmetries of the eigenvectors are used to reduce the size of the underlying eigenvalue problem. These modifications are then incorporated into the real-arithmetic implementation of the QMFD approach …


An Epileptic Seizure Detection Method From Eeg Signals Based On A Classifier-Driven Feature Reduction Technique, Raymond N. Kamel 2023 The American University in Cairo AUC

An Epileptic Seizure Detection Method From Eeg Signals Based On A Classifier-Driven Feature Reduction Technique, Raymond N. Kamel

Theses and Dissertations

Epileptic seizure detection can improve the quality of life of epileptic patients, allow for more accurate medication, and minimize the risk of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). This thesis work aims to develop a robust and stable algorithm for epileptic seizure detection through the classification of EEG signals. To achieve this aim, a methodology is proposed to develop a classifier that can differentiate between the healthy (normal), interictal, and ictal states of EEG signals, while maximizing the classification accuracy and minimizing the computational redundancy. The main pillar upon which this methodology is designed is using a problem-specific classifier-driven feature …


Botsitter, Maria Hatzis, Gregory Blondheim Jr., Marian Bonto, Brett Jacobsen 2023 The University of Akron

Botsitter, Maria Hatzis, Gregory Blondheim Jr., Marian Bonto, Brett Jacobsen

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

As society progresses into an era where both parents work, whether it is online or in person, children in the home may be put in dangerous situations if they are not given the attention they need. The BotSitter is an automated system that follows the child around and makes an audio alarm to alert both the child and the nearby guardian. Using RSSI trilateration, predetermined danger areas, and embedded controls, the BotSitter will be able to follow the child. The device can manage to keep track of the child for the guardian while being almost completely automated outside of setup.


Design And Fabrication Of A Low Power 7.2 Terabit Transmitter For Exascale Computing, Scott McWilliams, Scott McWilliams 2023 Southern Methodist University

Design And Fabrication Of A Low Power 7.2 Terabit Transmitter For Exascale Computing, Scott Mcwilliams, Scott Mcwilliams

Electrical Engineering Theses and Dissertations

Enhanced Coupled Strength (ECS) gratings fabricated into III-V based devices offer high reflected power per unit length and broad band reflectivity as compared to conventional 1st order gratings, desired qualities for short-haul high speed transmitters that can be implemented without the need for chip-level temperature control, contributing to the low power per transmitted bit. For commercial DBR lasers, the grating reflectivity results in an extremely narrow reflectivity spectrum, which is highly desired for most/many applications, but requires a power hungry thermo-electric cooler to maintain a fixed frequency. The proposed LEAM (laser electro-absorption modulator) requires a broad reflectivity spectrum, which, by …


Modeling The Early Visual System, Nicholas Lanning 2023 University of Kentucky

Modeling The Early Visual System, Nicholas Lanning

Theses and Dissertations--Electrical and Computer Engineering

There are two encoding schema present in simple cells in the early visual system of vertebrates: the retinal simple cells activate highly when the receptive field contains a center surround stimulus, while the primary visual cortex’s (V1) simple cells activate highly when the receptive field contains visual edges. Work has been done in the past to enforce constraints on visual machine learning such that the retinal or V1 encoding is learned, but this work is often done to emulate retinal and V1 encoding in a vacuum. Recent work using convolutional neural networks focuses on anatomical constraints along with a supervised …


Gamelan Gong Directivity Dataset, Samuel D. Bellows, Dallin T. Harwood, Kent L. Gee, Micah R. Shepherd 2023 Brigham Young University

Gamelan Gong Directivity Dataset, Samuel D. Bellows, Dallin T. Harwood, Kent L. Gee, Micah R. Shepherd

Directivity

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Automatic Optical Inspection-Based Pcb Fault Detection Using Image Processing, Shruti Rajiv Vaidya 2023 Michigan Technological University

Automatic Optical Inspection-Based Pcb Fault Detection Using Image Processing, Shruti Rajiv Vaidya

Dissertations, Master's Theses and Master's Reports

Increased Printed Circuit Board (PCB) route complexity and density combined with the growing demand for low-scale rapid prototyping has increased the desire for Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) that reduces prototyping time and production costs by detecting defects early in the production process. Traditional defect detection method of human visual inspection is not only error prone but is also time-consuming given the growing complex and dense circuitry of modern-day electronics. Electric contact-based testing, either in the form of a bed of nails testing fixture or a flying probe system, is costly for low-rate rapid prototyping. An AOI is a non-contact test …


Defending Ai-Based Automatic Modulation Recognition Models Against Adversarial Attacks, Haolin Tang, Ferhat Ozgur Catak, Murat Kuzlu, Evren Catak, Yanxiao Zhao 2023 Old Dominion University

Defending Ai-Based Automatic Modulation Recognition Models Against Adversarial Attacks, Haolin Tang, Ferhat Ozgur Catak, Murat Kuzlu, Evren Catak, Yanxiao Zhao

Engineering Technology Faculty Publications

Automatic Modulation Recognition (AMR) is one of the critical steps in the signal processing chain of wireless networks, which can significantly improve communication performance. AMR detects the modulation scheme of the received signal without any prior information. Recently, many Artificial Intelligence (AI) based AMR methods have been proposed, inspired by the considerable progress of AI methods in various fields. On the one hand, AI-based AMR methods can outperform traditional methods in terms of accuracy and efficiency. On the other hand, they are susceptible to new types of cyberattacks, such as model poisoning or adversarial attacks. This paper explores the vulnerabilities …


Ads-B Communication Interference In Air Traffic Management, George Ray 2023 Shepherd University

Ads-B Communication Interference In Air Traffic Management, George Ray

International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace

Automated Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) provides position and state information about aircraft and is becoming an essential component in the global air traffic management system. ADS-B transponders broadcast this key information on a common frequency to both other aircraft and to secondary surveillance radar systems located at ground stations. Both the aircraft transponders and the ground stations work together to assist in managing the commercial airspace. Since the aircraft transponders all broadcast on the same frequency and are in close proximity there is an apparent risk of interference and the garbling of the communications needed to manage the airspace.

The …


Evaluation Of Lidar Uncertainty And Applications Towards Slam In Off-Road Environments, Zachary D. Jeffries 2023 Michigan Technological University

Evaluation Of Lidar Uncertainty And Applications Towards Slam In Off-Road Environments, Zachary D. Jeffries

Dissertations, Master's Theses and Master's Reports

Safe and robust operation of autonomous ground vehicles in all types of conditions and environment necessitates complex perception systems and unique, innovative solutions. This work addresses automotive lidar and maximizing the performance of a simultaneous localization and mapping stack. An exploratory experiment and an open benchmarking experiment are both presented. Additionally, a popular SLAM application is extended to use the type of information gained from lidar characterization, demonstrating the performance gains and necessity to tightly couple perception software and sensor hardware. The first exploratory experiment collects data from child-sized, low-reflectance targets over a range from 15 m to 35 m. …


Simulations Of Implementation Of Advanced Communication Technologies, Ivy Yousuf Moutushi 2023 WVU

Simulations Of Implementation Of Advanced Communication Technologies, Ivy Yousuf Moutushi

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

Wireless communication systems have seen significant advancements with the introduction of 3G, 4G, and 5G mobile standards. Since the simulation of entire systems is complex and may not allow evaluation of the impact of individual techniques, this thesis presents techniques and results for simulating the performance of advanced signaling techniques used in 3G, 4G, and 5G systems, including Code division multiple access (CDMA), Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) systems, and Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC) codes. One implementation issue that is explored is the use of quantized Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) outputs and their impact on system performance.

Code division …


Enhancing Vehicular Perception: A Comprehensive Analysis Of Sensor Fusion Performance Through Weighted Averages And Fuzzy C-Means For Optimal Data Association, Zachary Brian Flanigan 2023 West Virginia University

Enhancing Vehicular Perception: A Comprehensive Analysis Of Sensor Fusion Performance Through Weighted Averages And Fuzzy C-Means For Optimal Data Association, Zachary Brian Flanigan

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

This work explores the implementation of sensor fusion and data association for autonomous vehicle design. Advancements in Adaptive Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology have driven the development of perception algorithms required for higher levels of autonomy in vehicles. Perception algorithms process data collected from radar, camera, and LiDAR sensors to generate a complete model of the ego vehicle’s surrounding environment. Fusion of data from these sensors is important for accurate measurement of longitudinal and lateral distances to surrounding objects. Sensor fusion associates sensor detections to each other through different data association techniques. Data association techniques can consist of independent assignment …


Eeg-Based Spanish Language Proficiency Classification: An Eeg Power Spectrum And Cross-Spectrum Analysis, Blaise Xavier O'Mara, Skyler Baumer 2023 University of New Hampshire, Durham

Eeg-Based Spanish Language Proficiency Classification: An Eeg Power Spectrum And Cross-Spectrum Analysis, Blaise Xavier O'Mara, Skyler Baumer

Honors Theses and Capstones

Second language proficiency may be predicted with electrophysiological techniques. In a machine learning application, this electrophysiological data may be used for language instructors and language students to assess their language learning. This study identifies how electroencephalogram (EEG) power spectrum and cross spectrum data of the brain cortex relates to Spanish second language (L2) proficiency of 20 Spanish language students of varying proficiency levels at the University of New Hampshire. The two metrics for assessing cortical power and processing were event-related desynchronization (ERD)—a measure of relative change in power—of the alpha (8-12 Hz) brain frequency band, and alpha and beta (13-30Hz) …


Wifi Sensing At The Edge Towards Scalable On-Device Wireless Sensing Systems, Steven M. Hernandez 2023 Virginia Commonwealth University

Wifi Sensing At The Edge Towards Scalable On-Device Wireless Sensing Systems, Steven M. Hernandez

Theses and Dissertations

WiFi sensing offers a powerful method for tracking physical activities using the radio-frequency signals already found throughout our homes and offices. This novel sensing modality offers continuous and non-intrusive activity tracking since sensing can be performed (i) without requiring wearable sensors, (ii) outside the line-of-sight, and even (iii) through the wall. Furthermore, WiFi has become a ubiquitous technology in our computers, our smartphones, and even in low-cost Internet of Things devices. In this work, we consider how the ubiquity of these low-cost WiFi devices offer an unparalleled opportunity for improving the scalability of wireless sensing systems. Thus far, WiFi sensing …


Perceptual Anthropomorphic Walking Robot Platform For Navigation In Unstructured And Undifferentiated Environments, Luige Vladareanu, Mihai Rădulescu, Marius Pandelea, Hongbo Wang, Florentin Smarandache, Yongfei Feng, Ionel-Alexandru Gal, Alexandra C. Ciocîrlan 2023 University of New Mexico

Perceptual Anthropomorphic Walking Robot Platform For Navigation In Unstructured And Undifferentiated Environments, Luige Vladareanu, Mihai Rădulescu, Marius Pandelea, Hongbo Wang, Florentin Smarandache, Yongfei Feng, Ionel-Alexandru Gal, Alexandra C. Ciocîrlan

Branch Mathematics and Statistics Faculty and Staff Publications

This scientific presentation studies the VIPRO Platform for control of Anthropomorphic Walking Robots (AWR), the architecture control system of the SiMeLA MP robot motion, and shows several experimental results.


Deep-Learning-Based Classification Of Digitally Modulated Signals Using Capsule Networks And Cyclic Cumulants, John A. Snoap, Dimitrie C. Popescu, James A. Latshaw, Chad M. Spooner 2023 Old Dominion University

Deep-Learning-Based Classification Of Digitally Modulated Signals Using Capsule Networks And Cyclic Cumulants, John A. Snoap, Dimitrie C. Popescu, James A. Latshaw, Chad M. Spooner

Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Publications

This paper presents a novel deep-learning (DL)-based approach for classifying digitally modulated signals, which involves the use of capsule networks (CAPs) together with the cyclic cumulant (CC) features of the signals. These were blindly estimated using cyclostationary signal processing (CSP) and were then input into the CAP for training and classification. The classification performance and the generalization abilities of the proposed approach were tested using two distinct datasets that contained the same types of digitally modulated signals, but had distinct generation parameters. The results showed that the classification of digitally modulated signals using CAPs and CCs proposed in the paper …


Object Detection And Classification In The Visible And Infrared Spectrums, Domenick D. Poster 2023 West Virginia University

Object Detection And Classification In The Visible And Infrared Spectrums, Domenick D. Poster

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

The over-arching theme of this dissertation is the development of automated detection and/or classification systems for challenging infrared scenarios. The six works presented herein can be categorized into four problem scenarios. In the first scenario, long-distance detection and classification of vehicles in thermal imagery, a custom convolutional network architecture is proposed for small thermal target detection. For the second scenario, thermal face landmark detection and thermal cross-spectral face verification, a publicly-available visible and thermal face dataset is introduced, along with benchmark results for several landmark detection and face verification algorithms. Furthermore, a novel visible-to-thermal transfer learning algorithm for face landmark …


Computational Mechanisms Of Face Perception, Jinge Wang 2023 West Virginia University

Computational Mechanisms Of Face Perception, Jinge Wang

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

The intertwined history of artificial intelligence and neuroscience has significantly impacted their development, with AI arising from and evolving alongside neuroscience. The remarkable performance of deep learning has inspired neuroscientists to investigate and utilize artificial neural networks as computational models to address biological issues. Studying the brain and its operational mechanisms can greatly enhance our understanding of neural networks, which has crucial implications for developing efficient AI algorithms. Many of the advanced perceptual and cognitive skills of biological systems are now possible to achieve through artificial intelligence systems, which is transforming our knowledge of brain function. Thus, the need for …


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