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Kinematic analysis of robotic bevel-gear trains: An application of network model approach
(Springer Netherlands, 1998-04)
The network model approach for rigid and multi-rigid body systems developed recently [1,2] can also be used conveniently in formulating system equations or equations of motion of three-dimensional mechanical systems of ...
Design of optimum nyquist signals based on generalized sampling theory for data communications
(IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, United States, 1999-06)
A new method is given for the optimal design of bandlimited Nyquist-type signal shapes for data communications, which maximizes its energy in a given time interval. The method is based on the periodically nonuniform sampling ...
Adaptive Volterra channel equalisation with lattice orthogonalisation
(Institution of Engineering and Technology, 1998-04)
The authors present a new recursive least-squares adaptive nonlinear equaliser based on Volterra series expansion. The main approach is to transform the nonlinear equalisation problem into an equivalent multichannel, but ...
On the kinematic of a 3-DOF Stewart platform
(John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1999-02)
The kinematic behavior of the Stewart platform has been discussed in the literature by many researchers. In the present article, a special form of the Stewart platform, namely, the 3-degrees of freedom platform with ...
Feature extraction in shape recognition using segmentation of the boundary curve
(Elsevier Science BV, 1997-10)
We present a new method for feature extraction of two-dimensional shape information based on segmentation of the boundary curve. This approach partitions closed shapes into segments and finds their angular spans. The number ...
Adaptive identification and equalization of magnetic recording channels
A new RLS adaptive Volterra filter is presented. The nonlinear filtering problem is transformed into an equivalent multichannel, but linear, filtering problem. The multichannel input signal is completely orthogonalized ...