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Goh Chia Chieh, Dino Isa
This paper proposes a novel Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communication system for collision avoidance which merges four different wireless devices (GPS, Wi-Fi, ZigBee and 3G) with a low power embedded Single Board Computer (SBC) in order to increase processing speed while maintaining a low cost. The three major technical challenges with such combinations are the […]
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Lesley Northam
Monte Carlo algorithms use repeated random sampling to find solutions to problems. One common example uses points randomly selected from the unit box to approximate the value of pi. Another example is a simulation called a virtual spectrophotometer which measures the reflectance of a modeled material [1]. The repetitive nature of Monte Carlo algorithms usually […]
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Wen L. Lui, Ray Jarvis
In recent years, it can be observed that there is a gradual increase in the number of researchers and projects involved with the development of omnidirectional vision systems for various applications. The primary factors, which contributed towards this positive trend, are the availability of inexpensive and high resolution vision sensors, robust and fast computers and […]
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