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  • Analysis of economical lighting of highways in the environment of SMOL language

    The paper puts forward and implements a method of designing and creating a modelling simulation environment for eztensive and complete analysis of economical lighting on highways. From a general design viewpoint, the proposed solution explores the concept of a network description language (SMOL), which has been designed to describe the necessary network functions, mechanisms, and devices; for the purpose of their computer simulation...

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  • Analytical Expression for the Time-Domain Green's Function of a Discrete Plane Wave Propagating in the 3-D FDTD Grid

    In this paper, a closed-form expression for the time-domain dyadic Green’s function of a discrete plane wave (DPW) propagating in a 3-D finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) grid is derived. In order to verify our findings, the time-domain implementation of the DPW-injection technique is developed with the use of the derived expression for 3-D total-field/scattered-field (TFSF) FDTD simulations. This implementation requires computations...

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  • Antropoidalny Model Inteligentnego Systemu Decyzyjnego dla Jednostek Autonomicznych
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    - 2017

    Głównym celem pracy jest opracowanie modelu procesów psychologicznych -- od momentu otrzymania bodźca do momentu podjęcia adekwatnej reakcji -- zachodzących w mózgu człowieka (psychologia poznawcza), oraz teorii motywacji (potrzeb, popędów i emocji). Model, zaprezentowany w pracy nazwany Inteligentnym Systemem Decyzyjnym (ISD), może mieć zastosowanie w systemie sterowania jednostką autonomiczną (agentem). W rozprawie rozważa się...

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  • Approximate Quality Criteria for Difficult Multi-Objective Optimization Problems
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    This paper introduces approximate analytic quality criteria useful in assessing the efficiency of evolutionary multi-objective optimization (EMO) procedures. We present a summary of extensive research into computing. In the performed comparative study we take into account the various approaches of the state-of-the-art, in order to objectively assess the EMO performance in highly dimensional spaces; where some executive criteria,...

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  • Emotions Embodied in the SVC of an Autonomous Driver System
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    A concept of embodied intelligence (EI) is considered. None of such implementations can be fully identified with artificial intelligence. Projects that dare to approach AI and EI should be based on both the AI concepts (symbolic and sub-symbolic), in solving real problems of perception and decision-making. Therefore, the EI, in this paper, is understood as a methodology that uses all available resources and algorithms from the...

  • Emotions Embodied in the SVC of an Autonomous Driver System

    A concept of embodied intelligence (EI) is considered. None of such implementations can be fully identified with artificial intelligence. Projects that dare to approach AI and EI should be based on both the AI concepts (symbolic and sub-symbolic), in solving real problems of perception and decision-making. Therefore, the EI, in this paper, is understood as a methodology that uses all available resources and algorithms from the...

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  • Estimation of DC motor parameters using a simple CMOS camera
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    Different components of control systems for mobile robots are based on dynamic models. In low-cost solutions such a robot is wheeled and equipped with DC motors, which have to be included in the model of the robot. The model is fairly simple but determination of its parameters needs not to be easy. For instance, DC motor parameters are typically identified indirectly using suitable measurements, concerning engine voltage, current,...

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  • Evolutionary music composition system with statistically modeled criteria

    The paper concerns an original evolutionary music composition system. On the basis of available solutions, we have selected a finite set of music features which appear to have a key impact on the quality of composed musical phrases. Evaluation criteria have been divided into rule-based and statistical sub-sets. Elements of the cost function are modeled using a Gaussian distribution defined by the expected value and variance obtained...

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  • FDTD Simulations on Disjoint Domains with the Use of Discrete Green's Function Diakoptics
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    A discrete Green's function (DGF) approach to couple disjoint domains in the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) grid is developed. In this method, total-field/scattered-field (TFSF) FDTD domains are associated with simulated objects whereas the interaction between them is modeled with the use of the DGF propagator. Hence, source and scatterer are simulated in separate domains and updating of vacuum cells, being of little interest,...

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  • FPGA implementation of the multiplication operation in multiple-precision arithmetic
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    - 2017

    Although standard 32/64-bit arithmetic is sufficient to solve most of the scientific-computing problems, there are still problems that require higher numerical precision. Multiple-precision arithmetic (MPA) libraries are software tools for emulation of computations in a user-defined precision. However, availability of a reconfigurable cards based on field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) in computing systems allows one to implement...

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  • Identification of continuous systems - Practical issues of insensitivity to perturbations
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    In this paper the issue of continuous systems estimation, insensitive to certain perturbations, is discussed. Such an approach has rational advantages, especially when robust schemes are used to assist a target system responsible for industrial diagnostics. This requires that estimated model parameters are generated on-line, and their values are reliable and to a great extent accurate. Practical hints are suggested to challenge...

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  • Identification of emotions based on human facial expressions using a color-space approach
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    HCI technology improves human-computer interaction. Such communication can be carried out with the use of emotions that are visible on the human face since birth. In this paper the Emotion system for detecting and recognizing facial expressions, developed in the MSc work, is presented. The system recognizes emotion from webcam video in real time. It is based on color segmentation and morphological operations. The system uses a...

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  • Numerical Issues and Approximated Models for the Diagnosis of Transmission Pipelines
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    The chapter concerns numerical issues encountered when the pipeline flow process is modeled as a discrete-time state-space model. In particular, issues related to computational complexity and computability are discussed, i.e., simulation feasibility which is connected to the notions of singularity and stability of the model. These properties are critical if a diagnostic system is based on a discrete mathematical model of the flow...

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