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Volume 5, Issue 6 - Dec 2016
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Recent Advances in Feature Detectors and Descriptors: A Survey
Lee, Haeseong ; Jeon, Semi ; Yoon, Inhye ; Paik, Joonki ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 153~163
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.153
Local feature extraction methods for images and videos are widely applied in the fields of image understanding and computer vision. However, robust features are detected differently when using the latest feature detectors and descriptors because of diverse image environments. This paper analyzes various feature extraction methods by summarizing algorithms, specifying properties, and comparing performance. We analyze eight feature extraction methods. The performance of feature extraction in various image environments is compared and evaluated. As a result, the feature detectors and descriptors can be used adaptively for image sequences captured under various image environments. Also, the evaluation of feature detectors and descriptors can be applied to driving assistance systems, closed circuit televisions (CCTVs), robot vision, etc.
A Low Insertion-Loss, High-Isolation Switch Based on Single Pole Double Throw for 2.4GHz BLE Applications
Truong, Thi Kim Nga ; Lee, Dong-Soo ; Lee, Kang-Yoon ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 164~168
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.164
A low insertion-loss, high-isolation switch based on single pole double throw (SPDT) for a 2.4GHz Bluetooth low-energy transceiver is presented in this paper. In order to increase isolation, the body floating technique is implemented. Based on characteristics whereby the ratio of the sizes of the shunt and the series transistors significantly affect the performance of the switches, the device sizes are optimized. A simple matching network is also designed to enhance the insertion loss. Thus, the SPDT switch has high isolation and low insertion loss without increasing the complexity of the circuit. The proposed SPDT is designed and simulated in a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor 65nm process. The switch has a
area and achieves 0.9dB, 1.78dB insertion loss and 40dB, 41dB isolation of transmission, reception modes, respectively.
Deep Packet Inspection Time-Aware Load Balancer on Many-Core Processors for Fast Intrusion Detection
Choi, Yoon-Ho ; Park, Woojin ; Choi, Seok-Hwan ; Seo, Seung-Woo ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 169~177
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.169
To realize high-speed intrusion detection by accommodating many regular expression (regex)-based signatures and growing network link capacities, we propose the Service TimE-Aware Load-balancing (STEAL) algorithm. This work is motivated from the observation that utilization of a many-core network intrusion detection system (NIDS) is influenced by unfair computational distribution among many-core NIDS nodes. To avoid such unfair computational distribution, STEAL is designed to dynamically distribute a large volume of traffic among many-core NIDS nodes based on packet service time, which is represented by the deep packet time in many-core NIDS nodes. From experiments, we show that compared to the commonly used load-balancing algorithm based on arrival rate, STEAL increases the number of received packets (i.e., decreases the number of dropped packets) in many-core NIDS. Specifically, by integrating an open source NIDS (i.e. Bro) with STEAL, we show that even under attack-dominant traffic and with many signatures, STEAL can rapidly improve the performance of many-core NIDS to realize high-speed intrusion detection.
Mobile Robot Path Finding Using Invariant Landmarks
Sharma, Kajal ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 178~184
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.178
This paper proposes a new path-finding scheme using viewpoint-invariant landmarks. The scheme introduces the concept of landmark detection in images captured with a vision sensor attached to a mobile robot, and provides landmark clues to determine a path. Experiment results show that the scheme efficiently detects landmarks with changes in scenes due to the robot`s movement. The scheme accurately detects landmarks and reduces the overall landmark computation cost. The robot moves in the room to capture different images. It can efficiently detect landmarks in the room from different viewpoints of each scene. The outcome of the proposed scheme results in accurate and obstacle-free path estimation.
Ambitious and Challenging Targets for New Generation Network
Tran, Minh Anh ; Bui, Trung Hieu ; Nguyen, Chien Trinh ; Bui, Thi Minh Tu ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 185~192
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.185
Today, the Internet has penetrated almost all the ins and outs of social life, has changed work, communications, social influence and the lifestyle of humankind. However, it is still short of flexibility, transparency etc., due to network address translator overuse, masschanges, uncomfortable protocols, and so on. Hence, more research is necessary into future telecommunications networks based on contemporary networks accompanied by new requisitions and new designs that are compatible with today`s and tomorrow`s demands. This paper researches a new vision of the telecommunication network of the future, its effects on human life and society, and the targets to achieve a new generation network (NwGN). In the paper, we also propose orientation towards an NwGN from the current networks, especially with Vietnam`s telecommunications networks.
LCDs: Lane-Changing Aid System Based on Speed of Vehicles
Joshi, Jetendra ; Deka, Manash Jyoti ; Jha, Saurabh ; Yadav, Dushyant ; Choudhary, Devjeet Singh ; Agarwal, Yash ; Jain, Kritika ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 193~198
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.193
Lane change is an important issue in microscopic traffic flow simulations and active safety. Overtaking and changing lanes are dangerous driving maneuvers. This approach presents a lane-changing system based on speed and a minimum gap between vehicles in a vehicular ad hoc network (VANET). This paper proposes a solution to ensure the safety of drivers while changing lanes on highways. Efficient routing protocols could play a crucial role in VANET applications, safeguarding both drivers and passengers, and thus, maintaining a safe on-road environment. This paper focuses on the development of an intelligent transportation system that provides timely, reliable information to drivers and the concerned authorities. A test bed is created for the techniques used in the proposed system, where analysis takes place in an on-board embedded system designed for vehicle navigation. The designed system was tested on a four-lane road in Neemrana, India. Successful simulations were conducted with real-time network parameters to maximize quality of service and performance using Simulation of Urban Mobility and Network Simulator 2 (NS-2). The system implementation, together with the findings, is presented in this paper. Illustrating the approach are results from simulation using NS-2.
Simple Routing Control System for 10 Gb/s Data Transmission Using a Frequency Modulation Technique
Omoto, Daichi ; Kishine, Keiji ; Inaba, Hiromi ; Tanaka, Tomoki ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 199~206
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.199
This paper describes a simple routing control system. We propose achieving high-speed data transmission without modifying the data frame configuration. To add a routing control signal, called the "labeling signal" in this paper, to the data frame, we use a frequency modulation technique on the transmitted frame. This means you need not change the data frame when you transmit additional signals. Using a prototype system comprising a field-programmable gate array and discrete elements, we investigate the system performance and devise a method to achieve high resolution. A three-channel routing control for a 10 Gb/s data frame was achieved, which confirms the advantages of the proposed system.
A 32-Gb/s Inductorless Output Buffer Circuit with Adjustable Pre-emphasis in 65-nm CMOS
Tanaka, Tomoki ; Kishine, Keiji ; Tsuchiya, Akira ; Inaba, Hiromi ; Omoto, Daichi ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 207~214
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.207
Optical communication systems are rapidly spread following increases in data traffic. In this work, a 32-Gb/s inductorless output buffer circuit with adjustable pre-emphasis is proposed. The proposed circuit consists of an output buffer circuit and an emphasis circuit. The emphasis circuit emphasizes the high frequency components and adds the characteristics of the output buffer circuit. We proposed a design method using a small-signal equivalent-circuit model and designed the compensation characteristics with a 65-nm CMOS process in detail using HSPICE simulation. We also realized adjustable emphasis characteristics by controlling the voltage. To confirm the advantages of the proposed circuit and the design method, we fabricated an output buffer IC with adjustable pre-emphasis. We measured the jitter and eye height with a 32-Gb/s input using the IC. Measurement results of double-emphasis showed that the jitter was 14% lower, and the eye height was 59% larger than single-emphasis, indicating that our proposed configuration can be applied to the design of an output buffer circuit for higher operation speed.
Automatic Vowel Sequence Reproduction for a Talking Robot Based on PARCOR Coefficient Template Matching
Vo, Nhu Thanh ; Sawada, Hideyuki ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 215~221
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.215
This paper describes an automatic vowel sequence reproduction system for a talking robot built to reproduce the human voice based on the working behavior of the human articulatory system. A sound analysis system is developed to record a sentence spoken by a human (mainly vowel sequences in the Japanese language) and to then analyze that sentence to give the correct command packet so the talking robot can repeat it. An algorithm based on a short-time energy method is developed to separate and count sound phonemes. A matching template using partial correlation coefficients (PARCOR) is applied to detect a voice in the talking robot`s database similar to the spoken voice. Combining the sound separation and counting the result with the detection of vowels in human speech, the talking robot can reproduce a vowel sequence similar to the one spoken by the human. Two tests to verify the working behavior of the robot are performed. The results of the tests indicate that the robot can repeat a sequence of vowels spoken by a human with an average success rate of more than 60%.
A Novel Approach for Accessing Semantic Data by Translating RESTful/JSON Commands into SPARQL Messages
Nguyen, Khiem Minh ; Nguyen, Hai Thanh ; Huynh, Hiep Xuan ;
IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, volume 5, issue 3, 2016, Pages 222~229
DOI : 10.5573/IEIESPC.2016.5.3.222
Linked Data is a powerful technology for storing and publishing the structures of data. It is helpful for web applications because of its usefulness through semantic query data. However, using Linked Data is not easy for ordinary users who lack knowledge about the structure of data or the query syntax of Linked Data. For that problem, we propose a translator component that is used for translating RESTful/JSON request messages into SPARQL commands based on ontology - a metadata that describes the structure of data. Clients do not need to worry about the structure of stored data or SPARQL, a kind of query language used for querying linked data that not many people know, when they insert a new instance or query for all instances of any specific class with those complex structure data. In addition, the translator component has the search function that can find a set of data from multiple classes based on finding the shortest paths between the target classes - the original set that user provide, and target classes- the users want to get. This translator component will be applied for any dynamic ontological structure as well as automatically generate a SPARQL command based on users` request message.