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Online Inertia Estimation for Power Systems With High Penetration of RES Using Recursive Parameters Estimation
Low and time‐changing inertia values due to the high percentage of renewable energy sources (RESs) can cause stability problems in power systems due to rapid frequency instabilities. Inertia monitoring will assist operators ... 
Ontologies and machine learning systems
(Springer, 2014)In this chapter we review the uses of ontologies within bioinformatics and neuroinformatics and the various attempts to combine machine learning (ML) and ontologies, and the uses of data mining ontologies. This is a diverse ... 
Open CrowdRE Challenges in Software Ecosystems
(IEEE, 2020)CrowdRE has been argued to comprise four main activities: motivating crowd members; eliciting feedback; analysing feedback and monitoring context and usage data. However, determining requirements within a software ecosystem ... 
Open source software – a key component of Ehealth in Developing nations
(IGI Global, 2008)The global burden of disease falls most heavily on people in developing countries. Few resources for healthcare, geographical and infrastructure issues, lack of trained staff, language and cultural diversity and political ... 
Operational analysis of dynamic line ratings
(IOP Publishing, 2018)Overhead line is an important asset for power industries. Rising demand in electricity, environmental concerns and cheaper electricity prices are some important factors behind operating the lines at their maximum potential. ... 
Optical characteristics of low concentration ratio solar collectors for façade applications
(Massey Printery, 2013)This work shows that there is significant scope for the development of static solar concentrators to be integrated into the façade of buildings. It has shown that solar concentrators using parabolic reflectors may be well ... 
Optical investigation of the heat transfer from a rotating cylinder in a cross flow
(Springer, 2004)The heat transfer from a rotating cylinder in an aircross flow was investigated by purely optical measuring techniques. Flow velocities were measured by a twodimensional LDV both in the vicinity of the cylinder and in ... 
Optical Properties of Low Concentration Ratio Façade Integrated Solar Collectors
(Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2015)The optical properties of façade integrated solar collectors are largely dependent on the location and the direction that they are deployed at. The amount of radiation on the absorber plate will change with the time of the ... 
Optimal sizing of a windphotovoltaicbattery hybrid renewable energy system considering sociodemographic factors
(Elsevier, 2016)The sizing of a standalone windphotovoltaicbattery hybrid renewable energy system (HRES) is greatly influenced by sociodemographic factors however, few studies have examined how sociodemographic factors, as borne out ... 
Optimisation and comparison framework for monocular camerabased face tracking
(IEEE, 2009)Tracking the position and orientation of the human face with respect to a camera has valuable applications in human computer interaction (HCI). Examples are navigating through a virtual environment, controlling objects ... 
Optimised XHYBRIDJOIN for nearrealtime data warehousing
(Australian Computer Society, 2012)Streambased join algorithms are needed in modern nearrealtime data warehouses. A particular class of streambased join algorithms, with MESHJOIN as a typical example, computes the join between a stream and a diskbased ... 
Organizational knowledge management framework: the COMFENALCO case
(2013)Modern organizations generate a great amount of information that stays dispersed throughout the different operating units. This makes it difficult for management to identify useful relationships among the disparate pieces ... 
Orthogonal projection in teaching regression and financial mathematics
(ASA Publications, 2010)Two improvements in teaching linear regression are suggested. The first is to include the population regression model at the beginning of the topic. The second is to use a geometric approach: to interpret the regression ... 
Oscillation Revisited
(arXiv, 2016)In previous work by Beer and Levi [8, 9], the authors studied the oscillation Ω(f, A) of a function f between metric spaces hX, di and hY, ρi at a nonempty subset A of X, defined so that when A = {x}, we get Ω(f, {x}) ... 
Our next generation of robotics researchers? Teaching robotics at primary school level
(AUT University, 2009)In this paper, we present our experience in designing and teaching of our first robotics course for students at primary school level. The course was carried out over a comparatively short period of time, namely 6 weeks, 2 ... 
An Overview of Applications and Advancements in Automatic Sound Recognition
(Elsevier, 2016)Automatic sound recognition (ASR) has attracted increased and wide ranging interests in recent years. In this paper, we carry out a review of some important contributions in ASR techniques, mainly over the last one and a ... 
Overview of V.A. Plotnikov’s research on averaging of differential inclusions
(Elsevier, 2012)In this review, we will first look in detail at Plotnikov’s results on the substantiation of full and partial schemes of averaging of differential inclusions of the standard form on finite and infinite intervals. Then we ... 
Overview of wind parameters sensing methods and framework of a novel MCSPV recombination sensing method for wind turbines
(MDPI AG, 2018)The paper presents an overview of the traditional methods to obtain wind parameters such as wind speed, wind direction and air density. After analyzing wind turbines’ arrangements and communication characteristics and the ... 
Paradoxes and counterexamples in teaching and learning of probability at university
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)This article is devoted to practical aspects of teaching and learning of probability at university. It presents the difficulties and attitudes of firstyear university science and engineering students towards using paradoxes ...