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    • Tag anti-collision algorithms for active and passive RFID networks with foresight 

      Baloch, Fariha (Wichita State University, 2014-05)
      In the world where initiatives to automate jobs are becoming a norm, it is no surprise that the interest in radio frequency identification (RFID) networks has grown exponentially. With RFID technology, organizations around ...
    • Tailoring interfacial properties of polyethylene oxide/ hexagonal boron nitride nanocomposites via polydopamine 

      Feikert, Paige; Li, Bin (Society of Plastics Engineers, 2020)
      Boron nitride (BN) nanomaterials, with high chemical inertness and a lack of functional groups are not able to form sufficient interfacial interactions with polymers in polymer nanocomposites. Polydopamine (PDA), an adhesive ...
    • TAJA Racing 

      Nguyen, Thuan; Whitaker, A.J.; Christman, Joe; Esparza, Alex (2011-12-14)
      Cycling devices have evolved from the simple device that records speed to the complex devices out on the market. Today’s advancement in technology brings us the XiSport Cycling Training Device. The XiSport lets you do ...
    • Target tracking strategies for a nonlinear, flexible aircraft-inspired model 

      Chakravarthy, Animesh; Evans, Katie A.; Evers, Johnny; Kuhn, Lisa M. (IEEE, 2011-06-29)
      Aeroelastic wing micro aerial vehicle (MAV) concepts are being explored for military and civilian applications. However, on the whole, the issues of control of MAVs are largely unexplored. The authors seek to employ ...
    • Target/Object tracking using particle filtering 

      Kambhampati, Srisumakanth (Wichita State University, 2008-08)
      Particle filtering techniques have captured the attention of many researchers in various communities, including those in signal processing, communication and image processing. Particle filtering is particularly useful in ...
    • A taxonomy of a living model of the enterprise 

      Whitman, Lawrence E.; Ramachandran, K.; Ketkar, Vikram N. (IEEE, 2001-02)
      A designer has a choice of many models, methods, frameworks, and architectures. There is little consistency between these terms among researchers. Some of the most widely used architectures and frameworks are described ...
    • TCP state-based service differentiation in wireless network 

      Gorde, S.; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Pendse, Ravi (OPNETWORK 2003, 2003-08)
      In traditional computer networks, service differentiation is done based on application flows. This results in high packet loss for low priority traffic flows. If the low priority flows are TCP based applications then the ...
    • TCP-M: Multiflow transmission control protocol for Ad Hoc networks 

      Thanthry, Nagaraja; Kalamkar, Anand; Pendse, Ravi (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2006-03-13)
      Recent research has indicated that transmission control protocol (TCP) in its base form does not perform well in an ad hoc environment. The main reason identified for this behavior involves the ad hoc network dynamics. ...
    • Teaching an undergraduate class vs. graduate class: is there a difference? 

      Pendse, Ravi; Johnson, Everett L. (IEEE, 1996-11-06)
      During the past few years, prior to obtaining his doctorate, the first author had considerable experience and success teaching several undergraduate courses in digital system design. The observation that the courses were ...
    • Teaching protective relaying using a portable relay training laboratory 

      Gandhi, Aishwarya; Morinec, Allen G.; Summerford, Zachary; Carlone, Mallory; Kulkarni, Chinmay; Prabhakar, Manoj C.; Verma, Tarun (IEEE, 2021-04-11)
      This paper presents an original portable protective relay training laboratory aimed at teaching power systems students protective relaying to make them “Ready-to-Go Engineers” for working in the power systems industry. The ...
    • Teaching techniques-what works for me 

      Pendse, Ravi (1994-03)
    • Teaching VHDL- trials and tribulations 

      Pendse, Ravi (1997-04)
    • Teaching with OPNET: WSU’s experiences 

      Bhagavathula, Ravi; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Sambaari, A.; Pendse, Ravi (OPNETWORK 2002, 2002-08)
      Wichita State University is been offering many courses in the field of networking. Apart from gaining knowledge about different networking concepts, students at WSU get a chance to design and configure a live network using ...
    • Team decision skills development with MBTI © step II 

      Nazaran, Parisa; Malzahn, Don E.; Whitman, Lawrence E.; Saatchi, Bahareh (ASEE, 2012-06)
      As part of an Engineer as Leader course, students learn to dynamically take leadership in problem solving teams when their unique skills, abilities, or knowledge can contribute to the shared objectives. Part of this ...
    • Team decision skills development with MBTI ® Step II -- Restricted access to full text 

      Nazaran, Parisa (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2012-04-18)
      As part of an "Engineer as Leader" course, students learn to dynamically take leadership in team problem solving. Part of this development makes use of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® Step II. This assessment provides scores ...
    • Techniques for analyzing customer feedback 

      Begun, Syeda Sayeedunissa (Wichita State University, 2011-05)
      Surveys are an effective way of collecting customer feedback. Open-ended survey questions capture important dimensions of the respondent’s experience. The purpose of this study was to compare the critical incident technique ...
    • Tensile behavior of carbon nanotube multi-yarn coated with polyester 

      Asmatulu, Ramazan; Mall, Shankar; Misak, Heath Edward (2014-06-13)
      The behavior of a carbon nanotube (CNT) multi-yarn consisting of 30 yarns and coated with a thin layer of polyester is investigated under tensile loading condition. The coated and uncoated CNT multi-yarns are loaded until ...
    • Tensile behavior of carbon nanotube multi-yarn coated with polyester 

      Misak, Heath Edward; Asmatulu, Ramazan; Mall, Shankar (SAGE Publications, 2015-06)
      The behavior of a carbon nanotube (CNT) multi-yarn consisting of 30 yarns and coated with a thin layer of polyester is investigated under tensile loading condition. The coated and uncoated CNT multi-yarns are loaded until ...
    • Tensile loading behavior of carbon nanotube wires 

      Sabelkin, V.; Misak, Heath Edward; Mall, Shankar; Asmatulu, Ramazan; Kladitis, P.E. (Elsevier, 2012-02-08)
      The mechanical behavior of four carbon nanotube (CNT) wires, comprised of 1-yarn, 30-yarn, 60-yarn, and 100-yarn, was investigated under constant tension at two loading rates of 0.02 mm/sec and 2 mm/sec. Tests were conducted ...
    • Tensile pulse generation techniques in a split Hopkinson Bar 

      Acosta, Juan Felipe; Keshavanarayana, Suresh R. (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2009-05-01)
      Experimental testing in a tensile Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar showed that the generated tensile pulse using a transfer flange methodology differs from the theoretical prediction. Flange attachment technique to incident ...