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Entropy Minimization Based Synchronization Algorithm for Underwater Acoustic Receivers
Entropy Minimization Based Synchronization Algorithm for Underwater Acoustic Receivers
This paper presents a new entropy minimization criterion and corresponding algorithms that are used for both symbol timing and carrier frequency recovery for underwater acoustic receivers. It relies on the entropy estimation of the eye diagram and the constellation diagram of the received signal. During the parameter search, when perfect synchronization is achieved, the entropy will reach a global minimum, indicating the least intersymbol interference or a restored constellation diagram. Unlike other synchronization methods, this unified criterion can be used to build an all-in-one synchronizer with high accuracy. The feasibility of this method is proven using a theoretical analysis and supported by sea trial measurement data.
Xiao Liu
Birthcard
Birthcard
A birthcard made for expats. This includes a poem in two languages (Dutch and Spanish) and a nice drawing made by artist Neco Beth
R. Tj. Beth
Exploring the use of Big Data techniques for simulating Algorithmic Trading Strategies
Exploring the use of Big Data techniques for simulating Algorithmic Trading Strategies
In the world of information technology where huge amount of useful information is available and easily accessible, we investigate an approach to utilize this information in Algorithmic Trading. Algorithmic trading involves implementation of a strategy using computer programs to automatically buy and sell financial instruments to generate profit at a speed and frequency that is impossible for a human trader. High Frequency Trading (HFT) is one type of algorithmic trading characterized by high turnover and high order-to-trade ratios. There are different strategies that can be applied to HFT. We propose a framework to utilize information available in the form of news articles, which can be used in stock trading at high frequency. We use semantic values of news articles for different stocks to generate buy/sell signals at a high frequency. We demonstrate the performance of our framework by simulating stock trade based on generated buy/sell signals for a small period of time.
Jiten Thakkar
Tarea 4
Tarea 4
About VIR
Edi Calderon
NETWORK SECURITY ISSUES (BITCON)
NETWORK SECURITY ISSUES (BITCON)
It's very important to be on the safe side by avoiding hackers and other crimes while using the network.
suneri sayuni
Alternatives in Dual Energy Radiography data analysis
Alternatives in Dual Energy Radiography data analysis
A dual energy radiography method using basis decomposition was developed, the process to do it is shown and it is compared against an alternate more direct method of analyzing the data using the logarithm of the original data, concluding that this second method does work but it is not better than basis decomposition.
Fernando Franco Félix
Using the One Dimensional Wave Equation to Represent Electromagnetic Waves in a Vacuum
Using the One Dimensional Wave Equation to Represent Electromagnetic Waves in a Vacuum
The differential wave equation can be used to describe electromagnetic waves in a vacuum. In the one dimensional case, this takes the form $\frac{\partial^2\phi}{\partial x^2}-\frac{1}{c^2}\frac{\partial^2\phi}{\partial t^2} = 0$. A general function $f(x,t) = x \pm ct$ will propagate with speed c. To represent the properties of electromagnetic waves, however, the function $\phi(x,t) = \phi _0 sin(kx-\omega t)$ must be used. This gives the Electric and Magnetic field equations to be $E (z,t) = \hat{x} E _0 sin(kz-\omega t)$ and $B (z,t) = \hat{y} B _0 sin(kz-\omega t)$. Using this solution as well as Maxwell's equations the relation $\frac{E_0}{B_0} = c$ can be derived. In addition, the average rate of energy transfer can be found to be $\bar{S} = \frac{E_0 ^2}{2 c \mu _0} \hat{z}$ using the poynting vector of the fields.
Eric Minor
Computer Based Modeling 1
Computer Based Modeling 1
Fluid Report
Harry Morgan
Estudio del proceso termodinámico en una máquina de expreso
Estudio del proceso termodinámico en una máquina de expreso
Estudio de los procesos termodinámicos que conllevan una máquina de expreso. Se utiliza solo agua, sin el filtro de café para utilizar solo la densidad del agua. Se encuentra que es similar a un proceso de Carnot, pero como un ciclo abierto.
Luis Alberto González José