Engineering Education and Research Using MATLAB by Ali H. Assi (Ed.)

By Ali H. Assi (Ed.)

This ebook includes 20 chapters proposing learn works utilizing MATLAB instruments. The chapters have been written by way of researchers well-known as specialists and clients of MATLAB. Chapters contain innovations for programming and constructing Graphical person Interfaces (GUIs), dynamic structures, electrical machines, sign and picture processing, energy electronics, combined sign circuits, genetic programming, electronic watermarking, regulate platforms, time-series regression modeling, and synthetic neural networks.

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CWTs operate over every possible scale and translation whereas DWTs use a specific subset of scale and translation values or representation grid. When wavelet-functions coefficients are expressed as z-transform, then the number of zeros at π corresponds to the number of vanishing moments. S, o p zeros in π means p vanishing moments. Having p vanishing moments means that wavelet-coefficients for p-th order polynomial will be zero. That is, any polynomial signal up to order p-1 can be represented completely in scaling space.

As we get closer to even smaller scales, we can discover details that we had not seen before. On the other hand, if we tried to do the same thing with a photograph, we would be completely frustrated. If we enlarged the picture "closer" to a tree, we would only be able to see a blurred tree image; we would not be able to spot neither the branch, nor the leaf, and it would be impossible to spot the dew drop. Although our eyes can see on many scales of resolution, the camera can only display one at a time.

Tessarolo, “Modeling and simulation of electric propulsion systems for all-electric cruise liners”, IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, IEEE ESTS 2007, 21-23 May 2007, Arlington, VA, USA, pp. 60-64. G. Sulligoi, A. Tessarolo, V. Benucci, M. Baret, A. Rebora, A. Taffone, “Modeling, simulation and experimental validation of a generation system for Medium-Voltage DC Integrated Power Systems”, IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, 2009, ESTS 2009, 20-22 April 2009, Baltimora, US, pp. 129- 134.

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