ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Robust Control of a Quadrotor
In this paper, a robust tracking control method for automatic take-off and trajectory tracking of a quadrotor helicopter is presented. The designed controller includes two parts: a position controller and an attitude controller. The attitude controller is designed by using the sliding mode control (SMC) method to track the desired pitch and roll angles, which are the output of position controller. The position controller is also a design using SMC and the attitude controller is faster than position controller.
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Quadrotor helicopter
Robust control
SMC
Trajectory Tracking
Kamal
Torabi
eng.torabi_k@yahoo.com
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AUTHOR
Alireza
Ghafari Kashani
ghafari_azad@yahoo.com
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[1] [P. Castillo, R. Lozano, and A. E. Dzul, (2005). Modelling and control of mini-flying machines. London, UK: Springer-Verlag.
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[2] [I. Fantoni, and R. Lozano, (2002). Non-linear control for underactuated mechanical systems. London: Springer-Verlag.
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[3] V. Mistler, A. Benallegue, and N.K. M'Sirdi, (2001). “Exact linearization and noninteracting control of a 4 rotors helicopter via dynamic feedback,” In Proc. IEEE int. workshop on robot and human inter. Communic.
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[4] S. Bouabdallah, P. Murrieri, and R. Siegwart, (2004). “Design and control of an indoor micro quadrotor,” In Proc. IEEE Int. conf. on rob. and automat., Vol. 5, New Orleans, USA, pp. 4393_4398.
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[5] P. Castillo, A. Dzul, R. Lozano, (2004). “Real-time stabilization and tracking of a four-rotor mini rotorcraft,” IEEE Trans. Control Syst. Tech. 12(4), 510–516.
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[6] Z. Zuo, (2010). “Trajectory tracking control design with command-filtered compensation for a quadrotor,” IET Control Theory Applic. 4(11), 2343–2355.
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[7] A. Tayebi, S. McGilvray, (2006). “Attitude stabilization of a VTOL quadrotor aircraft,” IEEE Trans. Control Syst. Tech. 14(3), 562–571.
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[8] G.V. Raffo, M.G. Ortega, and F.R. Rubio, (2010). “An integral predictive/nonlinear H∞ control structure for a quadrotor helicopter,” Automatica 46(1), 29–39.
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[9] A. Das, K. Subbarao, and F. Lewis, (2009). “Dynamic inversion with zero-dynamics stabilization for quadrotor control,” IET Control Theory Applic. 3(3), 303–314.
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[10] S. Bertrand, N. Guenard, T. Hamel, H. Piet-Lahanier, and L. Eck, (2011). “A hierarchical controller for miniature VTOL UAVs: design and stability analysis using singular perturbation theory,” Control Eng. Pract. 19(10), 1099–1108.
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[11] G.M. Hoffmann, H. Huang, S.L. Waslander, and C.J. Tomlin, (2011). “Precision flight control for a multi-vehicle quadrotor helicopter testbed,” Control Eng. Pract. 19(9), 1023–1036.
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[12] J.C.A. Vilchis, B. Brogliato, A. Dzul, R. Lozano, (2003). “Nonlinear modelling and control of helicopters,” Automatica 45(10), 1583–1596.
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[13] K. Peng, G. Cai, B.M. Chen, M. Dong, K.Y. Lum, and T.H. Lee, (2009). “Design and implementation of an autonomous flight control law for a UAV helicopter,” Automatica 39(9), 2333–2338.
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[14] Moradi, Mohammad Mehdi. "The reduction coefficient of PID controller by using PSO algorithm method for Flexible single-arm robot system." Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering 3.12 (2015): 44-54.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Monitoring Pipe-Wall Corrosion Rate by Ultrasonic Technique
thickness and corrosion/erosion rate. In this thesis, a combination of signal processing techniques are used to estimate the corrosion rate estimates based on MBE. Corrosion rate is estimated based on ultrasonic pipe wall thickness data is collected over a short period of time using MBE model. This technique is based on data collected from the speedometer applied for thinning and both indicate that they were able to estimate the rate of corrosion in short periods of time and with good accuracy.
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Ultrasonic
Pipe Corrosion
Model-Based Estimation
Signal processing
Behzad
Esmaeili Aghdam
b.esmaeiliaghdam@gmail.com
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AUTHOR
Hossein
Nasir Aghdam
h nasir59@gmail.com
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AUTHOR
[1] F.W. Mauldin Jr, F. Viola, W.F. Walker, (2009).
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Reduction of echo de-correlation via complex
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principal component filtering, Ultrasound Med.
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Biol. 35 (8) (1325–1343).
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[2] T. Rommetveit, T.F. Johansen, R. Johnsen, (2010). A combined approach for high resolution corrosion monitoring and temperature compensation using ultrasound, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas. 59 (11) 2843–2853.
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[3] F. Honarvar, F. Salehi, V. Safavi, A. Mokhtari, A.
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N. Sinclair, (2013). Ultrasonic monitoring of
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erosion/corrosion thinning rates in industrial
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piping systems, Ultrasonics 53 1251–1258.
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[4] H.S. Chung, (2010). A review of CANDU feeder wall thinning, Nucl. Eng. Technol. 42 (5) 568–575.
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[5] A.N. Sinclair, V. Safavi, F. Honarvar, (2011). Ultrasonic measurement of erosion/ corrosion rates in industrial piping systems, in: D.O. Thompson, D.E. Chimenti (Eds.), Review of progress in quantitative nondestructive evaluation, AIP Conf. Proc.,
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[6] F. Honarvar et al., (2004). Improving the time-resolution and signal-to-noise ratio of ultrasonic NDE signals, Ultrasonics 41 (9) 755–763.
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The Design of a New Double Loop Controller For Simultaneous Adjustment of Input and Output Voltages of Single-Phase Grid-Connected Inverter
Although LCL filters are used widely in the grid connected inverters to reduce high-orderharmonics, such a system increases system order and therefore sustainable design of closed-loopcontroller system will be complicated. Recently, the single-loop control strategy has beensuggested for L or LC filter based grid-connected inverters. However, the use of single-loopcontrol directly in LCL filter-based inverters may cause instability. In this paper, a new doubleloopcontrol strategy is presented which includes a voltage external loop and an internal loop offilter capacitor current. The external loop controls the input voltage of the grid-connectedinverter. The internal loop improves system stability margin and removes the resonance of LCLfilter. To obtain the transfer function of system, single-phase instantaneous power theory is used.The computer simulation has proved the feasibility of the proposed control
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_520485_f9412f193a0a963ce64f0eca3404c845.pdf
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grid-connected inverters
LCL filter
double-loop control
state-space modeling
Parisa
Alipour
aigoun_1147@yahoo.com
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AUTHOR
Mehdi
Salimi
m.salimi@iauardabil.ac.ir
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AUTHOR
[1] J. M. Carrasco, L. G. Franquelo, J. T. Bialasiewicz, E. Galvan, R.C. P. Guisado, M. A. M. Prats, J. I. Leon, and N. Moreno-Alfonso, (2006). “Power electronic for the grid integration of renewable energy sources: a survey,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Vol. 53, No. 4, pp. 1002- 1006.
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[2] A. A. Ferreira, J. A. Pomilio, G. Spiazzi, and L. de Araujo Silva, (2008). “Energy management fuzzy logic supervisory for electric vehicle power supplies system,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 107-115.
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[3] E. Twining and D. G. Holmes, (2003). “Grid current regulation of a three-phase voltage source inverter with an LCL input filter,” IEEE Trans. Power Electron., Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 888-895.
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[4] P. C. Loh and D. G. Holmes, (2005). “Analysis of multiloop control strategies for LC/CL/LCL-filtered voltage-source and current-source inverters,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., Vol. 41, No. 2, pp. 644-654, Mar.
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[5] J. Dannehl, F. W. Fuchs, and P. B. Thøgersen, (2010). “PI state space current control of grid-connected PWM converters with LCL filters,” IEEE Trans. Power Electron., Vol. 25, No. 9, pp. 2320-2330.
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[6] Liserre M., Blaabjerg F., Hansen S., (2005). “Design and Control of an LCL-Filter-Based Three-Phase Active Rectifier,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Appl., vol. 41, no. 5, pp. 1281-1291.
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[7] Aslain Ovono Zue and Ambrish Chandra, (2006). “Simulation and Stability Analysis of a 100kW Grid Connected LCL Photovoltaic Inverter for Industry,” Power Engineering scociety general meeting 2006, pp.2239-2244.
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[8] M. Liserre, A. Dell’Aquila, and F. Blaabjerg, (2004). “Genetic algorithm-based design of the active damping for an LCL-filter three-phase active rectifier,” IEEE Trans. Power Electronics, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 76-86.
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[9] M. Liserre, R. Teodorescu, and F. Blaabjerg, (2006). “Stability of Photovoltaic and Wind Turbine Grid-Connected Inverters for a Large Set of Grid Impedance Values,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 21, no.1, pp. 263- 272.
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[10] M. Liserre, A. Dell’Aquila, and F. Blaabjerg, (2002). “Stability improvement of an LCL-filter based three-phase active rectifier,” PESC’02, vol. 3, pp. 1195-1201.
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[11] Leonardo Augusto Serpa, Srinivas Ponnaluri, Peter Mantovanelli Barbosa and Johann Walter Kolar, (2007). “A Modified Direct Power Control Strategy Allowing the Connection of Three-Phase Inverters to the Grid Through LCL Filters,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Appl., vol.43, no. 5, pp. 1388-1400.
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[12] Guoqiao Shen, Dehong Xu, Danji Xi, Xiaoming Yuan, (2006). “An Improved Control Strategy for Grid-connected Voltage Source Inverters with a LCL Filter,” APEC’06, pp. 1067-1073.
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[13] Remus Teodorescu, Frede Blaabjerg, Marco Liserre and Antonio Dell’Aquila, (2003). “A stable three-phase LCL-filter based active rectifier without damping,” IAS’03, vol. 3, pp. 1552-1557.
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[14] E. Twining and D.G. Holmes, (2003). “Grid Current Regulation of a Three-Phase Voltage Source Inverter with an LCL Input Filter,” IEEE Trans. Power Electronics, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 888-895.
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[15] L. Mihalache, (2005). “A high performance DSP controller for three-phase PWM rectifiers with ultra low input current THD under unbalanced and distorted input voltage,” IAS’05, vol. 1, pp. 138-144.
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[16] A. Papavasiliou, S.A. Papathanassiou, S.N. Manias and G. Demetriadis, (2007). “Current Control of a Voltage Source Inverter Connected to the Grid via LCL Filter,” PESC’07, pp. 2379-2384.
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[17] F.A. Magueed and J. Svensson, (2005). “Control of VSC connected to the grid through LCL-filter to achieve balanced currents,” IAS’05, vol. 1, pp. 572-578.
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[18] E. Wu and P.W. Lehn, (2006). “Digital current control of a voltage source converter with active damping of LCL resonance,” IEEE Trans. Power Electronics, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 1364- 1373.
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[19] Fei Liu, Shanxu Duan, Pengwei Xu, Guoqiang Chen and Fangrui Liu, (2007). “Design and Control of Three-Phase PV Grid Connected
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Converter with LCL Filter,” IECON’07, pp. 1656-1661.
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[20] C. Y. Hsu and H. Y. Wu, (1996). “A new single-phase active power filter with reduced energy-storage capacity,” Proc. Inst. Elect. Eng.—Elect. Power Appl., vol. 143, no. 1, pp. 25–30.
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[22] R. Ridley, (1989). “Average small-signal analysis of the boost power factor correction circuit,” in Proc. Virginia Power Electron. Center Semin., Blacksburg, VA, pp. 108–120.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Using an Appropriate Controller for Independent Current Control for Motoring of Force Windings of Bearing less Induction Motor
A bearingless induction machine has combined characteristics of induction motor and magnetic bearings. Therefore, the advantages are small size and low-cost. In the magnetic suspension of the bearingless motors, suspension forces are generated based on the feedback signals of displacement sensors detecting the movement of the rotor shaft. The suspension forces are generated taking an advantage of the strong flux distribution of a revolving magnetic field in the air gap between the stator and rotor. Thus, information of the instantaneous orientation and amplitude of the revolving magnetic field is required in a controller of the bearingless motor. Therefore, vector control methods are necessary for transient conditions. For control improvement of vector control, a PID controller can be used in horizontal and vertical force paths. Radial positions x and y are detected by displacement sensors.
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bearingless induction
Suspension
flux distribution
sensors
control improvement
Naser Olad
Abdollahi Aghdam
naserolad@yahoo.com
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AUTHOR
[1] A. Chiba, and T. Fukao, (1998). " Optimal Design of Rotor Circuits in Induction type Bearingless Motors", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 2108-2110.
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[2] T. Suzuki, A. Chiba, M. A. Rahman, and T. Fukao, (2000). "An Air-Gap-Flux-Oriented Vector Controller for Stable Operation of Bearingless Induction Motors", IEEE Trans., on Indus. Appl., vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 1069-1076.
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[3] Y. He and H. Nian, (2003). “Analytical model and feedback control of the levitation force for an induction-type bearingless motor,” in Proceedings of the the 5th International Conference on Power Electronics and Drive Systems, pp. 242–246.
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[4] T. Tera, Y. Yamauchi, A. Chiba, T. Fukao, and M. A. Rahman, (2006). " Performances of Bearingless and Sensorless Induction Motor Drive Based on Mutual Inductances and Rotor Displacements Estimation", IEEE Trans., on Indus., Elec., vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 187-194.
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[5] T. Hiromi, T. Katou, A. Chiba, M. A. Rahman, and T. Fukao, (2007). " A Novel Magnetic Suspension-Force Compensation in Bearingless Induction-Motor Drive With Squirrel-Cage Rotor", IEEE Trans., on Indus. Appl., vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 66-76.
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[6] S. Ueno, and Y. Okada, (2000). " Characteristics and Control of a Bidirectional Axial Gap Combined Motor–Bearing", IEEE/ASME Trans., on Mechatronics, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 310-318.
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[7] Z.-Q. Deng, X.-L. Wang, B. Li, L.-G. He, and Y.-G. Yan, (2003). “Study on independent control of the levitation subsystem of bearingless induction motors,” Proceedings of the Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, vol. 23, no. 9, pp. 107–111.
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[8] P. C. Loh, D. M. Vilathgamuwa, S. K. Tang, and H. L. Long, (2004). "Multilevel Dynamic Voltage Restorer", IEEE Power Elec., col. 2, no. 4, pp. 125-130.
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[9] Y. Wang, Z.-Q. Deng, and X.-L.Wang, (2008). Direct torque control of bearingless induction motor,” Proceedings of the Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, vol. 28, no. 21, pp. 80–84.
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[10] T. Tera, Y. Yamauchi, A. Chiba, T. Fukao, and M. A. Rahman, (2006). " Performances of Bearingless and Sensorless Induction Motor
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Drive Based on Mutual Inductances and Rotor Displacements Estimation", IEEE Trans., on Indus., Elec., vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 187-194.
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[11] K. Asami, A. Chiba, M. A. Rahman, T. Hoshino, and A. Nakajima, (2005). " Stiffness Analysis of a Magnetically Suspended Bearingless Motor With Permanent Magnet Passive Positioning", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 41, no. 10, pp. 3820-3822.
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[12] [12] J. Amemiya, A. Chiba, D. G. Dorrell, and T. Fukao, (2005). " Basic Characteristics of a Consequent-Pole-Type Bearingless Motor", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 82-89.
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[13] M. T. Bartholet, T. Nussbaumer, and J. W. Kolar, (2011). "Comparison of Voltage-Source Inverter Topologies for Two-Phase Bearingless Slice Motors", IEEE Trans., on Indus. Elec., vol. 58, no. 5, pp. 1921-1925.
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[14] M. Nakagava, Y. Asano, A. Mizuguchi, A. Chiba, C. X. Xuan, M. Ooshima, M. Takemoto, T. Fukao, O. Ichigava, and D. G. Dorrell, (2006). "Optimization of Stator Design in a Consequent-Pole Type Bearingless Motor Considering Magnetic Suspension Characteristics", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 42, no. 10, pp. 3422-3324.
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[15] Chiba, D. Akamatsu, T. Fukao, M. A. Rahman, (2008). "An Improved Rotor Resistance Identification Method for Magnetic Field Regulation in Bearingless Induction Motor Drives", IEEE Trans., on Indus., Elec., vol. 55, no. 2, pp. 852-860.
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[16] Chiba, T. Fukao, and M. A. Rahman, (2008). "Vibration Suppression of a Flexible Shaft With a Simplified Bearingless Induction Motor Drive", IEEE Trans., on Indus. Appl., vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 745-752.
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[17] Laiho, A. Sinervo, J. Orivuori, K. Tammi, A. Arkkio, and K. Zenger, (2009). "Attenuation of Harmonic Rotor Vibration in a Cage Rotor Induction Machine by a Self-Bearing Force Actuator", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 45, no. 12, pp. 5388-5398.
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[18] A. Sinervo, and A. Arkkio, (2014). " Rotor Radial Position Control and its Effect on the Total Efficiency of a Bearingless Induction Motor With a Cage Rotor", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 50, no. 4, pp. 1-9.
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[19] X. Sun, L. Chen, Z. Yang, and H. Zhu, (2013). "Speed-Sensorless Vector Control of a Bearingless Induction Motor With Artificial Neural Network Inverse Speed Observer", IEEE/ASME Trans., on Mechatronics, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 1357-1366.
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[20] B. Wenshao, H. Shenghua, W. Shanming, and L. Wensheng, (2009). "General Analytical Models of Inductance Matrices of Four-Pole Bearingless Motors With Two-Pole Controlling Windings", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 45, no. 9, pp. 3316-3321.
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[21] E. F. Rodriguez, and J. A. Santisteban, (2011). "An Improved Control System for a Split Winding Bearingless Induction Motor", IEEE Trans., on Indus. Elec., vol. 58, no. 8, pp. 3401-3408.
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[22] V. F. Victor, F. O. Quintaes, J. S. B. Lopes, L. D. S. Junior, A. S. Lock, and A. O. Salazar, (2012). "Analysis and Study of a Bearingless AC Motor Type Divided Winding, Based on a Conventional Squirrel Cage Induction Motor", IEEE Trans., on Magn., vol. 48, no. 11, pp. 3571-3574.
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[24] Golipour, Ahad. "Optimizing speed and angle control of stepping motor by using field oriented control." Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering 3.11 (2014): 1-10.
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Facial expression recognition based on Local Binary Patterns
Classical LBP such as complexity and high dimensions of feature vectors that make it necessary to apply dimension reduction processes. In this paper, we introduce an improved LBP algorithm to solve these problems that utilizes Fast PCA algorithm for reduction of vector dimensions of extracted features. In other words, proffer method (Fast PCA+LBP) is an improved LBP algorithm that is extracted from classical LBP operator. In this method, first circular neighbor operator is used for features extraction of facial expression. Then, an algorithm of Fast PCA is used for reduction of feature vector dimensions. Simulation results show that the proposed method in this paper in terms of accuracy and speed of recognition, has had a better performance compared with the same algorithm.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_520488_59ea138ca84739cde750c4bf3061eca8.pdf
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Facial Expression Recognition
Local Binary Pattern
Support vector machine
Principal Component Analysis
Linear Discriminant Analysis
Saeede Jabbarzadeh
Reyhani
s_jabbarzadeh@yahoo.com
true
1
AUTHOR
Saeed
Meshgini
meshgini@tabrizu.ac.ir
true
2
AUTHOR
[1] A. Kar, D. Bhattacharjee, D. K. Basu, M. Nasipuri, M. Kundu, (2011). “An Adaptive Block-based Integrated LDP, GLCM, and Morphological Features for Face Recognition”, International Journal of Research and Reviews in Computer Science, Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 1205-1211.
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[2] R. Verma and M.Y. Dabbagh, (2013). “Fast Facial Expression Recognition based on Local Binary Patterns”, 26th Annual IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE), pp. 1-4.
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[3] G. Zhao and M. Pietikainen, (2007). “Dynamic Texture Recognition Using Local Binary Patterns with an Application to Facial Expressions”, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, , Vol. 29, No. 6, pp. 915–928.
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[4] S. Liao, W. Fan, A.C.S. Chung, and D.Y. Yeung, (2006). “Facial Expression Recognition using Advanced Local Binary Patterns, Tsallis Entropies and Global Appearance Features”, 2006 IEEE
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International Conference on Image Processing, pp
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665–668.
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[5] Caifeng Shan, Shaogang Gong, Peter W.McOwan, (2009). “Facial Expression Recognition based on Local Binary Patterns: A Comprehensive Study”, Image and Vision Computing, Vol. 27, No. 6, pp. 803–816.
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Automatic Face Recognition via Local Directional Patterns
Automatic facial recognition has many potential applications in different areas of humancomputer interaction. However, they are not yet fully realized due to the lack of an effectivefacial feature descriptor. In this paper, we present a new appearance based feature descriptor,the local directional pattern (LDP), to represent facial geometry and analyze its performance inrecognition. An LDP feature is obtained by computing the edge response values in 8 directions ateach pixel and encoding them into an 8 bit binary number using the relative strength of theseedge responses. The LDP descriptor, a distribution of LDP codes within an image or imagepatch, is used to describe each image. Two well-known machine learning methods, templatematching and support vector machine, are used for classification using the ORL female facialexpression databases. Better classification accuracy shows the superiority of LDP descriptoragainst other appearance-based feature descriptors. Entropy + LDP + SVM is as an improvedalgorithm for facial recognition than previous presented methods that improves recognition rateby features extraction of images. Test results showed that Entropy + LDP + SVM, methodpresented in this paper, is fast and efficient. Innovation proposed in this paper is the use ofentropy operator before applying LDP feature extraction method. The test results showed that theapplication of this method on ORL database images causes 3 percent increases in comparisonwith not using entropy operator.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_520489_cd4633b0eef9e1545c9c34ad6fee1879.pdf
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Facial recognition
Local Directional Pattern
Support vector machine
Entropy
Texture Image
Features extraction
Maryam
Moghaddam
m.mogaddam91@yahoo.com
true
1
AUTHOR
Saeed
Meshgini
meshgini@tabrizu.ac.ir
true
2
AUTHOR
[1] A. Kar, D. Bhattacharjee, D. K. Basu, M. Nasipuri, M. Kundu, (2011). “An Adaptive Block-based Integrated LDP, GLCM, and Morphological Features for Face Recognition”, International Journal of Research and Reviews in Computer Science, Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 1225-1211.
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[2] Ambika Ramchandra, Ravindra Kumar, (2013).
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Overview of Face Recognition System
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Challenges, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
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SCIENTIFIC & TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 8.
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[3] R. Verma and M.Y. Dabbagh, (2012). “Fast Facial Expression Recognition based on Local Binary Patterns”, 62th Annual IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE), pp. 1-4.
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[4] Krishnakant Kishore, Vinit Kumar Gunjan, Gautam Bommagani , poorva Paidipelli, Pooja (2013). “Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an Algorithm for Face Recognition Based on
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Modified Local Directional PatternFace
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Recognition using LDP5 “International Journal of
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Engineering Research Technology (IJERT)Vol. 2
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[5] Taskeed Jabid, Md. Hasanul Kabir, and Oksam Chae (2010). “Robust Facial Expression Recognition Based on Local Directional Pattern”, vol. 32, no., pp. 784-794, 5
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