Prof Sugiyama IEEE SPS DL 16Sep Hi fellow Signal Processing Chapter members, The IEEE SA Signal Processing Chapter is pleased to invite you to an exciting upcoming distinguished lecture taking place in Adelaide next week. Professor Ken Sugiyama of Japan’s NEC Corporation will be delivering a talk covering some underlying concepts in a range of […]
Abstract: This seminar will overview the development of constant false alarm rate (CFAR) detection processes for X-band maritime surveillance radar. Starting with the Pareto clutter model assumption, it will be shown how a novel transformation approach can be applied to produce CFAR detectors. The issues with this approach will be outlined with respect to […]
Two graduates of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nghia Nguyen Trong and Ali Morton Walsh, received the prestigious University Medal for outstanding academic performance in the recent graduation ceremonies. Congratulations on this excellent achievement. Congratulations also to the the other students who have also just graduated.
A list of potential projects for China scholarship students is now available at http://www.adelaide.edu.au/graduatecentre/scholarships/research-international/china-scholarship/docs/ECMS_eee_2014.pdf.
Abstract: This seminar considers Bayesian state estimation and maximum likelihood classification of reciprocal processes (one-dimensional Markov random fields) whose state space corresponds to a directed graph. Such processes can model the time evolution of targets constrained to a digital roadmap (directed graph) and that are destination aware, i.e., the target has a well defined destination […]
Abstract: A novel multi-mode control strategy for AC-DC converters was proposed for small-scale wind turbine systems. The aim of this novel topology is to make use of the different advantages of the existing converters, and try to apply different topologies with different control methods. It uses the conventional controlled SMR at low speeds and then […]