Papers by Keyword: Graphical User Interface (GUI)

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Authors: Ji Dong Wang, Jia Qiang Dai, Zhi Qing Sun, Xiang Yu Kong
Abstract: A cross-platform software application was developed to manage energy generation and consumption intelligently in smart homes. The system model consists of domestic loads, household distributed energy resources and an energy storage component that supports scheduled charging/discharging. The software deals with all these electrical devices as well as their energy information, based on which real-time conditions are presented to the resident and the history can be queried. Whats more, the application fulfills kinds of energy profiling and pricing-related optimization on account of demand response, resulting more monetary benefits and comforts. The software interacts smartly with energy owners by graphical user interface (GUI) and enables an intelligent electricity usage pattern in the context of smart power consumption within the framework of smart grid.
Authors: P.Suresh Kumar, K. Senthil Kumar
Abstract: Airborne sensors become a primary system in any combat program and the effectiveness depends on the coverage spectrum of the sensors and also the ability of flying machine. However evaluating the mission functionalities using sensors in flight involves tasks namely, Man Machine interface evaluation, Sensor function capability evaluation, System interface evaluation, Performance evaluation, pilot work load etc needs to carried out and the issues observed during the flight test needs to be cleared before accepting the system. It is one of the challenging task for any combat aircraft development program and proving require time, effort and also may lead to time and cost overrun. To minimize the effort one of the method adopted in recent flight development programs are using high fidelity sensor model to evaluate the mission function in the simulator which will reduce the actual test required in flight. Flight simulators during development of combat aircraft program have increased drastically in recent times with new technologies, possible to bring realism in a close room environment. However the success of any simulators depends on the fidelity of each subsystem integrated with in the simulator. Simulator contains simulation model which represents system in the aircraft world and the system which represents the outside world in a simulated manner. Mathematical based Avionics and weapon system Sensor simulation models is one of the major sub systems in any combat simulator and its level of usage depends on its fidelity. This paper proposes a unique and new methodology for evaluating the fidelity of simulated sensors used in the combat simulators. System identification technique allows generating mathematical model for dynamic systems having multiple input and output parameters. The developed model using System Identification Technique is a referent model through which the sensor model fidelity is evaluated.
Authors: Feng Chen, Limin Chen
Abstract: With the rapid development of modern science and technology, the importance that control theory will be applied to mechanical engineering is increasingly evident. Matlab is a high-performance language for technical computing and Simulink provides a graphical user interface for building models as block diagrams. This article analyzes the application of the simulation software in mechanical engineering by taking position control servo system of CNC machine tool for example. Matlab also provides a function for frequency domain analysis, which has some functions of directly computing frequency response of systems, also drawing of some typical frequency response curves of the control system, and greatly simplifies the process of frequency-domain analysis. System stability can be judged from system frequency characteristic curve. According to judgment of stability of the system, characteristics of the system is easy to be observed by the simulation results, it can greatly improve quality and reliability of the programming with a friendly graphical user interface.
Authors: Qing Sheng Shi
Abstract: Charging station network is one of the most critical links, during the large-scale operation progress of new energy vehicles. Due to the large number of charging stations in network, the number of batteries distributed in the whole charging station network is also very large. Timely and accurately delivering of replaced battery would save a lot of material and manpower costs and time. Therefore, battery optimal distribution problem in charging station network must be resolved. The main purpose of this paper is to design the power battery optimal distribution software. Matlab GUI (Graphical User Interface) technique is adopted to design simulation test software interface, and m language is used to implement background operations of optimal algorithm parameters.
Authors: Eleftherios I. Amoiralis, Pavlos S. Georgilakis, Marina A. Tsili, Antonios G. Kladas, Athanassios T. Souflaris
Abstract: In the present paper, a Transformer Design Optimization (TDO) software package is developed providing a user-friendly transformer design and visualization environment. This software consists of a collection of design optimization, visualization and verification tools, able to provide transformer designers all the proper interactive capabilities required for the enhancement of the automated design process of a manufacturing industry.
Authors: Wei Wei Li, Xiang Li
Abstract: graphic user interface and digital products as a user interface for interactive operations, will undoubtedly become the key to improving the user experience. "Man-machine interface design" as a new and important subject, in a profound impact on computers, mobile phones, PDA, tablet touch device development, the rapid development of computer digital technology and new products are emerging also graphics interface of the far-reaching change.
Authors: Ahamad Zaidi Ahmad Firdaus, Kang Faydi, Nur Hidayah Ahmad Zaidi
Abstract: This paper describes the design and development of remote communication system for mines detector robot. This project uses a PIC18F4580 microcontroller to control the robot movements and functions. A metal detector will be attached to the robot. The robot will have two operating modes; automatic and manual mode. In automatic mode, the robot will move according to a predefined track. When the robot is moving, the system produces feedbacks given by the sensors on the robot to the remote computer about the surroundings and when potential land mines are detected. In manual mode, the robot will be fully controlled by the remote computer for decision making process. All the controls and monitoring of data are displayed in a graphical user interface (GUI). The wireless module proposed is the XBee RF modules. The XBee modules were found to perform with optimum data transfer reliability at the range equals to 25% of its maximum communication range.
Authors: Mei Fa Huang, Xiong Cheng, Hui Fen Liu, Jiang Tai Huang, Bing Kuang
Abstract: In order to build the software evaluation and testing platform for surface topography measuring device and related enterprise, it is urgent to exploit the surface topography measurement and evaluation standard software application system. This paper proposes a novel method of surface topography design software base on exiting international standards. The method is introduced to obtain the reference line of surface profile. According to the reference line of surface roughness defined by the related standards, the functional evaluation parameters of surface characteristics were calculated. The procedure in designing the graphical user interface (GUI) is given based on the MATLAB software platform. This method realizes the software system that can evaluate the parameters of surface topography. The experimental analysis results show that the surface topography functional evaluation software using MATLAB has simple structure and reliable performance.
Authors: Anderson Ngap Chai Kho, Kama Sherab Khee Yong Si, Wei Hua Jun, Suh Cem Pang, Hong Siang Chua
Abstract: Please make the page settings of your word processor to A4 format (21 x 29,7 cm or 8 x 11 inches); with the margins: bottom 1.5 cm (0.59 in) and top 2.5 cm (0.98 in), right/left margins must be 2 cm (0.78 in)This paper is based on a project is entitled “Implementation of a Test Bed for Supercapacitor Testing and Evaluation” that is intended to perform tests and evaluate the behavior and characteristics supercapacitors. The test bed can perform charging and discharging of different types of supercapacitors. This implementation serves to automatically acquire the data from the testing procedure and plot in real time the graphs for monitoring the charging and discharging behaviour. From there, the test bed can determine the two significant characteristics of the supercapacitor, which are the capacitance value in Farad and the equivalent series resistance (ESR) in Ohm. The capacitance value is obtained using the measurements taken during the discharging process while the ESR is determined by measurements taken when it is charged using a constant current. The test bed can select between different modes of charging depending of the type of supercapacitor put to test. It can measure and evaluate capacitance ranges from 0.1F to 10F. This paper will discuss the methodologies that the test bed implements for testing the supercapacitors, and the results obtained from evaluation of several types of supercapacitors. We shall be able to publish your paper in electronic form on our web page, if the paper format and the margins are correct. Your manuscript will be reduced by approximately 20% by the publisher. Please keep this in mind when designing your figures and tables etc. It is found the test bed can approximately read the values of supercapacitors that have low ESR ranges.
Authors: Arun Raveendran, Jency K. Joy
Abstract: This paper proposes a mobile phone based security and control system for home appliances through SMS/Bluetooth. It focuses on controlling home appliances remotely, and providing security with good graphical user interface. The system uses GSM technology, providing ubiquitous access to the system for security and automated appliance control from anywhere around the globe. The system provides security against intrusion using a smarter digital lock which notifies owners in case of an unauthorized via SMS message, as well as facilitates both short and long-range device control using Bluetooth or SMS technology. Rather than a conventional method of sending an SMS message to control devices, a graphical user interface is designed using Python S60 language for ease of use. The control signals in the form of SMS messages are encrypted and restricted to unique mobile phones or SIM cards for improved security.
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