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    • Using Component Isolation to Increase Trust in Mobile Devices 

      Oluwafemi, Temitope Emmanuel
      Mobile phones pervade virtually every realm of societal interactions ranging from the obvious, communications and mobile payments, to the less obvious use of health monitoring. They also vary in complexity and cost with ...
    • Valuing Distributed Energy Resources 

      Negash, Ahlmahz
      Due to their small scale, it is often difficult for Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) to compete with large centralized resources when their value is based purely on the cost of energy and capacity. In order for the ...
    • Vessel recognition in color Doppler ultrasound imaging 

      Saad, Ashraf A (2008)
      Diagnostic ultrasound imaging is an important non-invasive tool for diagnosis and treatment decisions with a variety of clinical applications such as vascular disease, cardiology disease, and obstetrics. Color Doppler ...
    • Visual-Quality-Driven Video Networking over 4G Wireless Broadband 

      Wu, Po-Han
      This dissertation intends to develop an effective and complete cross-layer scheduling and resource allocation algorithm for real-time video camera networks over the OFDMA-based 4G mobile infrastructure. There are two main ...
    • Voltage security assessment and control in electric power systems 

      Cote, James W (1992)
      This research addresses two aspects of voltage security in electric transmission systems. First, the efficient assessment of steady state security with respect to all plausible single and double line contingencies is ...
    • Wafer-scale High-bandwidth Germanium on Silicon Photodetectors for Communications Applications 

      He, Li (2013-02-25)
      The Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) material system has emerged as a potentially attractive platform for integrated optics, due to the intrinsic low-cost of silicon manufacturing. An especially attractive application is that ...
    • Wind Scenarios for Stochastic Energy Scheduling 

      Greenhall, Adam (2013-07-25)
      Large amounts of wind generation have been added to the power system in recent years. However, wind breaks many of the core assumptions in the process used to schedule energy and is particularly difficult to forecast ...