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New handoff initiation algorithm (optimum combination of hysteresis & threshold based methods)
2000 Edition, Volume 4, January 1, 2000 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

Four major handoff initiation methods (maximum power handoff (MPH), absolute received power with threshold (TB), relative received power with threshold (RTB) and HYS) is introduced and by simulation in a ten-cell structure, they are compared based on...

Optimum selection of handoff initiation algorithm and related parameters
2000 Edition, Volume 1, January 1, 2000 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

Handoff is the key operation in cellular mobile communication systems which is accomplished by the system and is imperceptible to the user. In the handoff initiation, along with study of the radio link and execution of a decision algorithm, the new...

Fuzzy Hysteresis Smoothing: A New Approach for Image Denoising
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Hysteresis smoothing (HS) is one of the recently proposed image denoising schemes, which employs hard threshold levels to model the Hysteresis process. Nevertheless, hard thresholding is in contrast with what is observed from the behavior of the...

Threshold Profiling for Wideband Ranging
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This letter establishes a methodology to design threshold profiles for ranging systems. Differently from conventional methods using a single threshold value that is designed based on the signal detection and false-alarm probability, we propose a threshold profile...

A Novel Magnetization Hysteresis-Based Power-Transformer Protection Algorithm
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A novel power-transformer protection algorithm based on the shape of the magnetization hysteresis curve is proposed. The magnetization hysteresis loop is studied and described by a voltage-differential current (V-DCurr) curve; furthermore, the characteristics...

Double Threshold Spectrum Sensing Methods in Spectrum-Scarce Vehicular Communications
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Spectrum scarcity is a growing problem that will affect vehicular communications. Cognitive radio is an effective solution, but requires a robust sensing mechanism that comes with a large overhead; this additional sensing data could be detrimental to a system already lacking in bandwidth. This...

Three-Pronged Compensation and Hysteresis Thresholding for Moving Object Detection in Real-Time Video Surveillance
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Moving object extraction is the core of event detection in video surveillance. Although many related methods have been proposed to extract moving objects, even advanced applications still encounter cavity problems, which are false detection and deficiencies resulting from cavities...

An Evolutionary Computation-Based Method for Nondestructive Tensile Force Measurements in Two Materials Using Hysteresis Loop
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In traditional methods, features extracted from hysteresis loop are manually analyzed to establish a model for predicting tensile force in one ferromagnetic material. However, hysteresis loop is sensitive to material type, thus increasing the difficulty in predicting tensile...

Modeling, Design and Validation of Magnetic Hysteresis Motors
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The use of hysteresis motors nowadays is limited to few niche-focused applications. Nevertheless, their intrinsic features make them ideal for next-generation high-speed machinery. Hysteresis motors are highly nonlinear and their behavior is heavily influenced by the initial...

Hysteresis Compensator with Learning-Based Hybrid Joint Angle Estimation for Flexible Surgery Robots
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Hysteresis causes difficulties in precisely controlling motion of flexible surgery robots and degrades the surgical performance. In order to reduce hysteresis, model-based feed-forward and feedback-based methods using endoscopic cameras have been suggested....

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