• 3D and multimedia on the information superhighway. 

    Earnshaw, R. A. (1997). 3D and multimedia on the information superhighway. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 30-31
    What has generated the unprecedented fascination with the Internet? What future lies ahead for computing as the Internet and its associated infrastructure expand? Will the network be able to cope with rising demands ...
  • 3D computational fluid dynamics study of a drying process in a can making industry 

    Tanthadiloke S, Chankerd W, Suwatthikul A et al. (2016) 3D computational fluid dynamics study of a drying process in a can making industry. Applied Thermal Engineering. 109(Part A): 87-98.
    In the drying process of a can making industry, the drying efficiency of a thermal drying oven can be improved by adjusting the volumetric air flow rate of the blower. To maximize drying efficiency, an optimal flow rate ...
  • 3D data modelling and processing using partial differential equations. 

    Ugail, H. (2007). 3D data modelling and processing using partial differential equations. Advances and Applications of Dezert-Smarandache Theory for Plausible and Paradoxical Reasoning for Information Fusion. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (ed.), pp. 54--58.
    In this paper we discuss techniques for 3D data modelling and processing where the data are usually provided as point clouds which arise from 3D scanning devices. The particular approaches we adopt in modelling 3D data ...
  • 3D face recognition based on machine learning 

    Qatawneh, S., Ipson, S., Qahwaji, R. S. R. and Ugail, H. (2008). 3D face recognition based on machine learning. In: Villanueva, J.J. (ed.) Proceedings of the Eighth IASTED International Conference on Visualization, Imaging and Image Processing (VIIP 2008) September 1-3, 2008, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Calgary: Acta Press. pp. 362-366.
    3D facial data has a great potential for overcoming the problems of illumination and pose variation in face recognition. In this paper, we present a 3D facial system based on the machine learning. We used landmarks for ...
  • 3D facial data fitting using the biharmonic equation 

    Ugail, H. (2006) 3D facial data fitting using the biharmonic equation. In: Villanueva, J. J. (ed.) Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Visualization, Imaging and Image Processing, (VIIP 2006) August 28-30, 2006 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Calgary: Acta Press. pp. 302-307.
    This paper discusses how a boundary-based surface fitting approach can be utilised to smoothly reconstruct a given human face where the scan data corresponding to the face is provided. In particular, the paper discusses ...
  • 3D modeling of magnetic field lines using SOHO/MDI magnetogram images 

    Colak T, Qahwaji RSR, Ipson SS and Ugail H (2009) 3D modeling of magnetic field lines using SOHO/MDI magnetogram images. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies. RAST ’09. 11-13 Jun 2009, Istanbul, Turkey. 685-689.
    Solar images, along with other observational data, are very important for solar physicists and space weather researchers aiming to understand the way the Sun works and affects Earth. In this study a 3D modelling technique ...
  • 3D Virtual Community Building Applications in PANIVE Architecture 

    Flerackers C, Chilton N, Earnshaw RA, Lamotte W and Van Reeth F (2000) 3D Virtual Community Building Applications in the PANIVE Architecture. In: Digital Media: The Future by Vince JA and Earnshaw RA (Eds.) London: Springer-Verlag: 268-280.
    PANIVE (PC-based Architecture Networked Interactive Virtual Environments) is an extensible architecture in which various networked virtual environment applications can be realized. This chapter describes our efforts in ...
  • 3M relationship pattern for detection and estimation of unknown frequencies for unknown number of sinusoids based on Eigenspace Analysis of Hankel Matrix 

    Ahmed A. and Hu YF (2013) 3M relationship pattern for detection and estimation of unknown frequencies for unknown number of sinusoids based on Eigenspace Analysis of Hankel Matrix. In: IET Intelligent Signal Processing Conference 2013 (ISP 2013). London, UK: IET. pp.1-6.
    Abstract: We develop a novel approach to estimate the n unknown constituent frequencies of a sinusoidal signal that comprises of unknown number, n, of sinusoids of unknown phases and unknown amplitudes. The approach has ...
  • A 3D Finite Element Simulation of Ventilated Brake Disc Hot Spotting 

    Tang J, Bryant D and Qi H (2016) A 3D Finite Element Simulation of Ventilated Brake Disc Hot Spotting. In: Proceedings of the EuroBrake 2016 Conference. 13-15 June 2016, Milan, Italy, 13-15 June 2016.
    Hot spots are high temperature thermal gradients and localisations that are circumferentially distributed on a disc surface which can occur during heavy duty braking. Vibrations and noise can be triggered by hot spotting ...
  • A band-suppression UWB suspended planar antenna incorporating a slotted spiral resonator 

    See CH, Abd-Alhameed RA, Hraga HI, Excell PS, Jones SMR and Noras JM (2013) A band-supression UWB suspended planar antenna incorporating a slotted spiral resonator. International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering. 23(5): 570-578.
    A novel miniaturized planar inverted F-L antenna assembly is considered for UWB radio operations. The antenna design utilizes the electromagnetic coupling between an air dielectric planar inverted-F antenna (PIFA) and a ...
  • A Capacitively loaded Antenna for use in Mobile Handsets 

    Elfergani ITE, Abd-Alhameed RA, See CH, Child MB and Excell PS (2010) A Capacitively loaded Antenna for use in Mobile Handsets. In: Loughborough Antennas & Propagation Conference (LAPC10), 8-9 November 2010, Loughborough, UK. IEEE: 441-444.
    A tuneable slotted patch antenna design is presented and verified for use in the DCS, PCS and UMTS bands. The tuning circuit consists of two varactor diodes with some passive components, and is integrated fully with the r ...
  • A case study of financialization and EVA® 

    Gleadle P and Cornelius N (2008) A case study of financialization and EVA®. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. 19(8): 1219-1238.
    This study contributes to the literature on shareholder value and financialization, which to date has produced few case studies at the individual firm level. We provide a grounded account of management control under ...
  • A Case Study of Scheduling Storage Tanks Using a Hybrid Genetic Algorithm 

    Dahal, K.P., Burt, G.M., McDonald, J.R. and Moyes, A. (2001). A Case Study of Scheduling Storage Tanks Using a Hybrid Genetic Algorithm. IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 283-294.
    This paper proposes the application of a hybrid genetic algorithm (GA) for scheduling storage tanks. The proposed approach integrates GAs and heuristic rule-based techniques, decomposing the complex mixed-integer ...
  • A cauchy-stress based solution for a necking elastic constitutive model under large deformation 

    Olley, P. (2006). A cauchy-stress based solution for a necking elastic constitutive model under large deformation. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 65 No. 7, 1068-1087.
    A finite element based method for solution of large-deformation hyperelastic constitutive models is developed, which solves the Cauchy-stress balance equation using a single rotation of stress from principal directions to ...
  • A compact wideband printed antenna for free-space radiometric detection of partial discharge 

    Zhang Y, Lazardis P, Abd-Alhameed RA and Glover I (2016) A compact wideband printed antenna for free-space radiometric detection of partial discharge. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences. 25: 1291–1299.
    A microstrip line-fed wideband printed antenna is presented for radio detection of partial discharge (PD). The novel simple structure antenna has compact size of 24 × 20 × 0.16 cm3 (0.28λs × 0.23 λs × 0.002 λs) and suitable ...
  • A comparative study between Biharmonic Bezier surfaces and Biharmonic extremal surfaces 

    Monterde, J. and Ugail, H. (2009). A comparative study between Biharmonic Bezier surfaces and Biharmonic extremal surfaces. International Journal of Computers and Applications, Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 202-214.
    Given a prescribed boundary of a Bezier surface we compare the Bezier surfaces generated by two different methods, i.e. the Bezier surface minimising the Biharmonic functional and the unique Bezier surface solution of ...
  • A comparative study of the effect of spray drying and hot-melt extrusion on the properties of amorphous solid dispersions containing felodipine 

    Mahmah O, Tabbakh R, Kelly AL et al (2014) A comparative study of the effect of spray drying and hot-melt extrusion on the properties of amorphous solid dispersions containing felodipine. Journal of Pharmaceutical Pharmacology. 66(2): 275-284.
    OBJECTIVES: To compare the properties of solid dispersions of felodipine for oral bioavailability enhancement using two different polymers, polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose acetate succinate ...
  • A comparison between vector algorithm and CRSS algorithm for indoor localization 

    Dama YAS, Abd-Alhameed RA, Hammad H et al (2014) A comparison between vector algorithm and CRSS algorithm for indoor localization. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computing in Electromagnetics (CEM 2014). 31 Mar - 1 Apr 2014, London, UK: 1-2.
    In this paper a comparison between two indoor localization algorithms using received signal strength is utilized the vector algorithm and the Comparative Received Signal Strength algorithm. The comparison considered the ...
  • A Comparison between Vector Algorithm and CRSS Algorithms for Indoor Localization using Received Signal Strength 

    Obeidat HAN, Dama YAS, Abd-Alhameed RA, Hu F, Qahwaji R, Noras JM and Jones SMR (2016) A Comparison between Vector Algorithm and CRSS Algorithms for Indoor Localization using Received Signal Strength. Applied Computational Electromagnetics Journal. Accepted for publication March 2016
    A comparison is presented between two indoor localization algorithms using received signal strength, namely the vector algorithm and the Comparative Received Signal Strength (CRSS) algorithm. Signal values were obtained ...
  • A Comparison of Co-Current and Counter-Current Modes of Operation in Urea Prilling Tower 

    Rahmanian N and Homayoonfard M (2014) A Comparison of Co-Current and Counter-Current Modes of Operation in Urea Prilling Tower. Advanced Materials Research. 917: 199-208.
    In this paper, a model for urea prilling tower with co-current flow of cooling air and urea prills (particles) is presented. The process is modelled by simultaneous solution of the differential equations for hydrodynamics, ...