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Proyecto Administración de SO
Proyecto Administración de SO
Linux es un sistema operativo: un conjunto de programas que permiten interactuar con el ordenador y ejecutar otros programas. La parte ms importante de un sistema operativo es el ncleo. En un sistema GNU/Linux, Linux es el ncleo. El Shell es el programa-interface y es un script para la terminal que solo tenemos que agregar la extensión .sh que provee la comunicacin entre el usuario y el Sistema operativo, sus funciones son: Servir como traductor de comandos, recibe los comandos internos del mismo sistema operativo y Shell se encarga de su ejecucin, en cambio si hablamos de comandos realizados por el usuario entre la funcin del kernel, el los ejecuta y se encarga de procesar sus rdenes.
claudia carrizales
Ações do Discípulo
Ações do Discípulo
Sermão apresentado à Igreja Presbiteriana Central de Coronel Fabriciano - MG
Egmon Pereira
Robot localization in a mapped environment using Adaptive Monte Carlo algorithm
Robot localization in a mapped environment using Adaptive Monte Carlo algorithm
Localization is the challenge of determining the robot's pose in a mapped environment. This is done by implementing a probabilistic algorithm to filter noisy sensor measurements and track the robot's position and orientation. This paper focuses on localizing a robot in a known mapped environment using Adaptive Monte Carlo Localization or Particle Filters method and send it to a goal state. ROS, Gazebo and RViz were used as the tools of the trade to simulate the environment and programming two robots for performing localization.
Sagarnil Das
ANALYSIS OF FLIGHT-EFFICIENT ECOSYSTEM SOLUTIONS IN  A MULTI-AIRCRAFT CONFLICT ENVIRONMENT
ANALYSIS OF FLIGHT-EFFICIENT ECOSYSTEM SOLUTIONS IN A MULTI-AIRCRAFT CONFLICT ENVIRONMENT
To accommodate future demands in air traffic management, this article qualitatively elaborates the multi-aircraft conflict resolution relying on the concept of an airborne ecosystem, as a set of autonomously operating aircraft whose trajectories are causally involved in a tactically detected conflict. The methodology provides two types of solutions: Air Traffic Control-based resolution that is considered as one from a set of compulsory avoidance maneuvers at a certain time instance, and the multi-agent simulated resolution as a product of the aircraft negotiation interactions and agreement on the avoidance maneuvers for the conflict state removal. The article further analyses a flight efficiency of the ecosystem resolution, in both distance and time, by comparing the compulsory against the negotiated solutions. From the total amount of tested trajectories and identified conflict patterns, three ecosystem scenarios have been randomly selected and efficiently quantified. Finally, the results have shown the significant savings in favor of the multi-agent solution approach.
Darryl Chan, Markov Radanovic
HV Juan Leiva
HV Juan Leiva
CV
Juan Leiva
Laboratorios Windows Server 2016
Laboratorios Windows Server 2016
Laboratorios Windows Server 2016
Claudia Carrizales
Priyanka Singh's Résumé
Priyanka Singh's Résumé
Priyanka Singh's Résumé
Priyanka Singh
Studies in particle astrophysics with the ANITA experiment
Studies in particle astrophysics with the ANITA experiment
The Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) is a NASA long-duration balloon experiment with the primary goal of detecting ultra-high-energy (\(> 10^{18}\)eV) neutrinos via the Askaryan Effect. In the fourth ANITA mission, the Tunable Universal Filter Frontend (TUFF) boards were deployed for mitigation of narrow-band, anthropogenic noise with tunable, switchable notch filters. They contributed to a factor of 2.8 higher total instrument livetime in ANITA-4 compared to ANITA-3. A search for a diffuse flux of ultra-high-energy neutrinos was conducted using the data collected during the ANITA-3 flight with a new approach where the Antarctic ice area is sectioned off into bins and a search is performed with different thresholds in different bins. The binned analysis methods were extended to the development of a search for neutrinos from Gamma Ray Bursts, implementing constraints in time, and for the first time, in direction. Lower analysis thresholds were achieved in a feasibility search even when extending the search to include longer afterglow periods. Authored with osudiss-2.cls (v0.9.1)
Oindree Banerjee
Dhatrik Nikhil Kumar's CV
Dhatrik Nikhil Kumar's CV
Dhatrik Nikhil Kumar's CV
Dhatrik Nikhil Kumar