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The 2013 IACSIT
Beijing

Conferences


201
3

IACSIT
Beijing

Conferences



2013 2nd International Conference on Mechanics and Control Engineering

(IC
M
C
E

2013)


2013 2nd International
Conference on Microelectronics, Optoelectronics and Nanoelectronics


(
IC
MON

2013)


2013 2nd International Conference on Image, Vision and Computing

(IC
IVC

2013)




Conference

Schedule


Zhongyu Century Grand Hotel

(
北京中裕世纪大酒店
)

A
ddress: No. 31, Lotus Pond
east road, H
aidian District, Beijing, China


Sponsored By



Beijing
,
China

September

1
-
2
, 2013


http://www.ic
mce
.org/



http://www.ic
mon
.org/

http://www.
icivc
.org/
The 2013 IACSIT
Beijing

Conferences

Welcome to
IACSIT Conferences in
Beijing
,
China
,
September

1
-
2
, 2013





Dear Distinguished Delegates,


Welcome to the 201
3

IACSIT Conferences in
Beijing
,
China
. We’re confident that over the
two

days
you’ll get the theoretical grounding, practical knowledge, and

personal contacts that will help you build
long
-
term, profitable and sustainable

communication among researchers and practitioners working in
a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in
Mechanics and Control Engineering
,
Microelectronics,
Optoelectronics and Nanoelectronics
and
Image, Vision and Computing
.


After more than half a year’s preparation, we finally will have those conferences to be held in
Beijing
,
China
,
September

1
-
2
, 2013
.


For
the conferences of IC
MCE
2013&
ICMON
2013&IC
IVC

2013
, we had received over 1
80

submissions,
63

excellent papers were accepted and published finally. Congratulations for those papers.


On behalf of
IACSIT

organization, I would like to thank all the authors as well as the Program
Committee members and re
viewers. Their high competence, their enthusiasm, their time and expertise
knowledge, enabled us to prepare the high
-
quality final program and helped to make the conference
became a successful event.


Once again, thanks for coming to
IACSIT

conferences, we

are delegate to higher and better
international conference experiences.
We will sincerely listen to an
y

suggestion

and
comment
;

we are
looking forward to meeting you next time.













Yours Sincerely,

Sophie Ts
a
ng

Director of Conference Department
,
IACSIT








The 2013 IACSIT
Beijing

Conferences


ANNOUNCEMENT




*IC
MCE

201
3

conference papers were selected and published
by
Applied Mechanics
and Materials

Journal
. T
he

paper will be online
firstly;

journal will be posted after the
conference
.



*
ICIVC

2013

conference papers were selected and published in the
Journal of
Lecture
Notes on Software Engineering (ISSN:2301
-
3559)
,

authors will get the
journal

onsite.



*IC
MON

201
3

conference papers will be published in the Journal of
Lecture Notes on
Photonics and

Optoelectronics

(LNPO) (ISSN: 2301
-
3753)

authors will get the
journal

onsite.




*One best presentation will be selected from each session, the best one will be
announced and award the certifi
cate at the end of each session by session chair.





















































IACSIT

Publication committee












The 2013 IACSIT
Beijing

Conferences


Instructions for Oral
Workshop


Devices Provided by the Conference Organizer:



Laptops (with MS
-
Office & Adobe Reader)



Projectors & Screen



Laser Sticks


Materials Provided by

the Presenters:



PowerPoint or PDF files


Duration of each Presentation (Tentatively):



Regular Oral Session: about
10

Minutes of Presentation
3

Minutes of Q&A



Keynote Speech:
40

Minutes of Presentation
including
5 Minutes of Q&A
























The 2013 IACSIT
Beijing

Conferences


Conference
Schedule


Day 1,
September

1
,
2013



Onsite
Registration

Only

Registration
:

Zhongyu Century Grand Hotel

10:00am
-
1
2
:00
a
m

13:00pm
-
17:00pm

Arrival
,
Registration

and
Conference

material
s

collection



**
Certificate for Participation

can be collected
at the registration
counter
**


Day
2
,
September 2
, 2013


Presentation

Only

Morning

No.
3

Me e t i n g Ro o m

( 5
TH

FLOOR)

0
9
:
2
0
am
-
0
9
:
3
0
am

Opening Remarks



09:
3
0
am
-
10
:
1
5
am

Keynote
Speech

I:


Prof. David Zhang

Hong Kong Polytechnic
University

Hong Kong


10
:
15
am
-
1
1
:
00

am

Keynote
Speech

II:


Dr. Cristina
-
Elena Lascu

Romanian Television Broadcasting
Corporation, Romania


1
1
:
0
0
am
-
1
1
:
15
am

Coffer Break

&
Plenary Photo

11
:
15
am
-
1
2
:
00
am

Keynote
Speech

III:


Prof. Puneet Tandon

PDPM
Indian Institute of Information
Technology, Design and
Manufacturing Jabalpur, India




12:00am
-
13:
3
0pm
----
------
Lunch

(3
th

floor)

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Afternoon


IC
MCE

2013
Authors


Oral Presentation

Session 1 (
No.
3

Meeting Room
)

13:
3
0pm
-
1
5
:
3
0pm

Session Chair:


Pr of.

Pune e t Ta ndon

















PDPM I ndi a n I ns t i t ut e of I nf or ma t i on Te c hnol ogy,
De s i gn a nd Ma nuf a c t ur i ng J a ba l pur, I ndi a

C E 0 0 9

L o a d B e a r i n g C a p a c i t y I n v e s t i g a t i o n a n d C o a t i n g F a i l u r e Me c h a n i s m f o r C o a t e d
S p u r G e a r s

J i l i n g F e n g
a n d Yi Q i n

Ma n c h e s t e r Me t r o p o l i t a n U n i v e r s i t y, U K

Ke y w o r d s:
C o h e s i v e Z o n e Mo d e l, C o a t e d s p u r g e a r s, C r a c k i n i t i a t i o n.


A b s t r a c t.

S p u r g e a r s a r e t h e mo s t c o mmo n t y p e o f g e a r s f o r i n d u s t r y, d u e t o i t s
s i mp l e s t r u c t u r e s a n d l o w c o s t s o f ma n u f a c t u r e. U n d e r t h e c o mp l e x l o a d i n g
c o n d i t i o n s, f a i l u r e s c a n e a s i l y o c c u r i n t h e f o r m o f d e
-
b o n d i n g, p i t t i n g, s p a l l i n g o r
c r u s h i n g o f c o a t i n g s t r u c
t u r e s. F a i l u r e ma y o r i g i n a t e f r o m i n i t i a t i o n o f c r a c k s, a n d i t s
g r o w t h a n d p r o p a g a t i o n, h o w e v e r, b a s i c f a i l u r e me c h a n i s m i s s t i l l n o t c l e a r. I n o r d e r
t o i n v e s t i g a t e t h e f a i l u r e me c h a n i s m o f c o a t i n g s t r u c t u r e f a i l u r e f o r t h e s p u r g e a r s,
t h i s p a p e r p r e s e n t s
s o me u n d e r s t a n d i n g s a b o u t t h e c o a t i n g d a ma g e a t t h e t e e t h f l a n k
o f a s p u r g e a r, b a s e d o n a n o v e l F i n i t e E l e me n t s i mu l a t i o n
-
p r o c e d u r e s. T h i s
mo d e l i n g p r o c e d u r e w a s d e v e l o p e d b a s e d o n s e v e r a l mo d e l i n g a p p r o a c h e s i n c l u d i n g:
p a r a me t e r i z e d F E mo d e l i n g, C o h e s i v e
-
Z o n e Mo d e l a n d s u b
-
mo d e l i n g t e c h n i q u e.
T h e n u me r i c a l mo d e l o f s p u r g e a r w a s b a s e d o n 4 2 C r Mo 4 s t e e l w i t h P V D c o a t i n g
d e p o s i t e d a s T i N/C r N mu l t i l a y e r s t r u c t u r e s. I t w a s f o u n d t h a t g r e a t e r l o a d b e a r i n g
c a p a c i t y e x i s t f o r s p u r g e a r s w i t h t h e c o a t i n g o f n i t r
i d e s t a t e s d e p o s i t e d o n 4 2 C r Mo 4
s t e e l.


C E 0 1 1

P r o b a b i l i s t i c A n a l y s i s o f Mu n i c i p a l S o l i d Wa s t e L a n d f i l l S l o p e

S a n g u a n Vo n g c h a v a l i t k u l

Vo n g c h a v a l i t k u l U n i v e r s i t y, T h a i l a n d

Ke y w o r d s:

R e l i a b i l i t y I n d e x, Mu n i c i p a l S o l i d Wa s t e, Mo n t e C a r l o S i mu l a t i o n s,
P r o b a b i l i t y o f f a i l u r e.


A b s t r a c t.

S i n c e 2 0 0 1, t h e p o p u l a t i o n a t t h e s e c o n d b i g g e s t c i t y o f T h a i l a n d,
N a k h o n r a t c h a s i ma h a s i n c r e a s e d mo r e t h a n 1 0 %, t h i s l e a d t o g e n e r a t e a s u b s t a n t i a l
v o l u me o f s o l i d w a s t e. I n t h i s s i t u a t i o n c r e a t e s t w o d i s t i n c t p r o b l e ms: ( i ) a l a c k o f
c l e a n l i n e s s a r o u n d

t h e c i t y; a n d ( i i ) s o l i d w a s t e d i s p o s a l. A p p r o x i ma t e l y 1 8 9 t o n n e s
o f s o l i d w a s t e a r e g e n e r a t e d e a c h d a y i n t h e c i t y mu n i c i p a l i t y o f N a k h o n r a t c h a s i ma.
C o l l e c t e d w a s t e i s c u r r e n t l y d i s p o s e d t o a n o p e n l a n d f i l l l o c a t e d o n t h e c i t y ’ s
o u t s k i r t s. T h e l a n d f i l l
i s l o c a t e d a t t h e f o r me r w a s t e wa t e r t r e a t me n t o x i d a t i o n p o n d s
o f a s t a r c h f a c t o r y a n d h a s a n a r e a o f 3 0 2,0 0 0 m
2
. I n a d d i t i o n t o t h e 1 8 0 t o n e s o f
d o me s t i c w a s t e, a n o t h e r 2 0 t o n e s o f i n d u s t r i a l w a s t e a r e l a n d
-
f i l l e d e a c h d a y. I t i s
k n o w n t h a t t h e ma i n p r o b
l e m o f l a n d s l i d e i n Mu n i c i p a l S o l i d Wa s t e (
MS W
) c o me
f r o m u n s t a b l e o f s l o p e t h a t c a u s e d b y h e i g h t [ 1,2 ] a n d r a i n f a l l i n f i l t r a t i o n
c o n d i t i o n [ 3,4 ].

T h e
MS W

a n d r e l a t e d r e s e a r c h o f t h e s l p o e s t a b i l i t y o f
MS W

a r e i n t h e e a r l y s t a g e
i n T h a i l a n d a n d h a s n o s t a n d a r d s t o c o n t r o l i t s l a n d f i l l s a n d r e r e u t l i z a t i o n. T h u s, t h e
o b j e c t i v e o f t h i s s t u d y i s t o i n v e s t i g a t e t h e p r o b a b i l i t y s l o p e s t a b i l i t y a n a l y s i s o f
MS W l a n d f i l l s l o p e b y c o n s i d e r w i t h
MS W

h e i g h t a n d r a i n f a l
l i n f i l t r a t i o n c o n d i t i o n.
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This study is conducted using laboratory data and Monte Carlo Simulations (
MCS
)
are carried out to obtain reliability index(
b
) and probability of failure (
P
f
) for the
stability of landfill slope. The result shown the 2 cases, the
first case is investigated
on

slope 1
: 2 (10 m. Height) and the second case is slope 1:2 (15 m. Height). Two
case studies will find out the effect on the

rainfall infiltration condition increase40%
60% and 80% of unit weight.


CE015

An Energy Integrated
Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System: Modeling and Simulation

Chananchai Wutthithanyawat

and Nawadee Srisiriwat

Pathumwan Institute of Technology, Thailand

Keywords:

Energy integration, Modeling, Simulation, Solid oxide fuel cell, Steam
reformer.


Abstract.

As a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system is under dynamic development
for a profitable use in the future, it is very important to understand its transient
characteristics. In this paper, the modeling and simulation of an energy integrated
SOFC system has
been performed to analyze the dynamic characteristics of the heat
integration. The lumped models of the energy integrated SOFC
system are developed
and simulated to present the results of open loop response of the temperatures of
SOFC, steam reformer and a
ir inlet stream. The simulation results showed that the
air flowrate has a dominant effect on the temperature of SOFC while the valve
position and the heater power supply noticeably affect the reformer temperature and
air inlet temperature, respectively. T
herefore, the match of major influence of input
step change on the temperatures of SOFC, steam reformer and air inlet stream in the
energy integrated system is very practical for an effective control strategy in the
development of control system design.


CE017

Solid Oxide Fuel Cell and Steam Reformer System Steady State Modeling

Nawadee Srisiriwat

and Chananchai Wutthithanyawat

Pathumwan Institute of Technology, Thailand

Keywords:

Ethanol, Solid oxide fuel cell, Steady state modeling, Steam reformer.


Abstract.

A solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is widely recognized to be an attractive
energy conversion device owing to its fuel flexibility and high efficiency.
Hydrogen
-
rich stream produced by fuel processor, especially steam reforming
process, is used as fu
el carrier converting to generate electrical energy. This paper
presents a steady state modeling of SOFC system with an integrated steam reformer
fueled by ethanol. The main objective of this study is to analyze the steady state
characteristics of this sys
tem. The basic operating principle of SOFC is briefly
introduced and the steam reformer converting ethanol as the fuel source into
hydrogen
-
rich gas is also discussed. Based on thermodynamic analysis, the
equilibrium compositions of produced gas fed into S
OFC can be predicted by using
the method of Gibbs free energy minimization. The effects of main operating
parameters of steam reformer including the temperature and water
-
to
-
ethanol molar
ratio on the SOFC power generation are investigated. In the SOFC ope
ration, an
increase of SOFC temperature causes a decrease of cell voltage and an increase of
excess air entering a fuel cell to maintain the adiabatic temperature of SOFC stack.
The steady state conditions for the SOFC and ethanol steam reformer systems ar
e
summarized in this paper as well.


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CE018

Estimation of Apparent Elastic Moduli of Trabecular Bone Considering Biological
Apatite (BAp) Crystallite Orientation in Tissue Modulus

Khairul Salleh Basaruddin

and Naoki Takano

Universiti Malaysia Perlis,
Malaysia

Keywords:

Apparent elastic moduli, Trabecular bone, BAp crystallite,
Homogenization method.


Abstract.

This study presents a prediction of apparent elastic moduli of vertebral
trabecular bone using the homogenization method. A micro
-
finite element (FE)
model of trabecular bone was reconstructed from a sequential of cross
-
section
micro
-
CT image by convertin
g bone voxels to brick elements. Eight regions of
interest (ROIs) were extracted from two lumbar vertebra bone specimens of healthy
and osteoporotic. The homogenization method and finite element method was
employed to analyze the microscopic trabecular bon
e. Bone tissue property was
modeled as orthotropy material considering the biological apatite (BAp) crystallite
orientation. This research focuses on the effect of morphological difference between
healthy and osteoporotic bones to the apparent elastic modu
li. The change of degree
of anisotropy was also discussed. Comparison of the calculated Young’s moduli in
vertical axis with Keyak et al.’s experimental result showed good agreement and
proved the reliability of the numerical model.


CE021

Dynamics

of Sus
pended Sediments related to Fine Particles in Lower Mekong River



Sarunya Promkotra

Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Keywords:

suspended sediment dynamics, dimensionless shear stress, clay mineral
distribution, fall velocity


Abstract.

Analytical results are considered the factors of suspended sediment
concentration, fall velocity, dimensionless shear stress, transportation rate and stream
discharge. As a result of suspended sediments of Loei, Huang and Mekong River,
fine particles acco
unt for the applicability in sediment deposits. Floating suspended
sediments explicit more clay minerals than suspended sediments. Suspended
sediment concentration (SSC) in the estuarine of Loei River and Huang River are
moderately less than Mekong River.
Flow directions of the interconnected rivers to
the mainstream
-
Mekong River lead to the quantity of SSC. Sediment concentrations
attain to the dynamic response. Dimensionless shear stress relates to shear velocity,
geometry and grain size of particles, and

difference of flow velocity
.
This shear
stress is directly comparative to flow velocity and clay mineral concentrations. The
transport rate involves in the flow velocity, SSC and depth of the river. Moreover,
stream discharge can be presumed by the geomet
ry of the river and topography of
sampling locations.


CE022

Dynamic Correlation Function of Monodispersed Colloid

Sarunya Promkotra

and Tawiwan Kandsadan

Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Keywords:

2D array, 2D aggregates, spreading dynamics


Abstract.

Diffusive behaviors for two
-
dimensional (2D) monodispersed polystyrene
array of droplet spreading by either methanol or ethanol suspension are observed on
a rigid surface. Methanol solution can spread speedily on the glass surface because
of the positive
spreading coefficient. Conversely, the ethanol will not easily
proliferate out. Monodisperse polystyrene particles are involved in Brownian motion
in a thick layer during alcohol evaporation. A monolayer dimension of the drop has
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been developed at the fina
l spreading. Lateral capillary forces are produced and
caused the aggregation of particles. Evaporation at the edge of the ethanol film did
not lead to the film to retract. The formation of 2D array, which preceded the
spreading of the microscopic droplet
across the surface, is able to indicate the dense
structure to the dynamic correlation function.


CE020

Effects of Acid Catalyst Types and Concentrations on Free Fatty Acid Reduction in
Mixed Crude Palm Oil using Continuous Static Mixer

Krit Somnuk

and Gumpon Prateepchaikul

Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

Keywords:

esterification; static mixer; free fatty acid; mixed crude palm oil; acid
catalyst.


Abstract.

Free fatty acid (FFA) in mixed crude palm oil (MCPO) must be reduced to
less than 1 wt.% or 2 mgKOH.g
-
1

of acid value by the acid
-
catalyzed esterification
process when the base
-
catalyzed transesterification was used to produce the biodiesel
for the two
-
st
age process. This study was to investigate the effects of acid catalyst
types: sulfuric acid (H
2
SO
4
), phosphoric acid (H
3
PO
4
), and hydrochloric acid (HCL)
at 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, and 3.0 vol.% of acid catalyst concentration on the reduction
of acid val
ue in MCPO by the continuous static mixer. Results indicated that H
2
SO
4

has the most significant variable affecting the acid value in MCPO. The acid catalyst
concentration of 1.0 and 1.5 vol.% H
2
SO
4

can reduce the acid value to less than 2
mgKOH.g
-
1

with 1
5 vol.% of methanol and 5
-
meter in the length of static mixer,
while both H
3
PO
4

and HCL could not reduce the acid value was reduced to less than
2 mgKOH.g
-
1
. Moreover, the results clearly indicated that HCL has the lowest
significance effect on the acid
value reduction in MCPO by the esterification
reaction.


CE026

Design of a Hybrid 5
-
Axis Machine Tool with Fused
-
Deposition
-
Modeling
Capability

Wei
-
chen Lee

and Shan
-
Chen Chung

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Keywords:

hybrid, 5
-
axis, rapid prototyping, machine tool


Abstract

The objective of this paper is to present the design and fabrication of a
hybrid 5
-
axis machining and rapid prototyping machine tool. The rapid prototyping
used for this machine was fused depositio
n method. The extruder of the fused
deposition method and the cutting spindle were installed on each end of the rotary
axis respectively to reduce the complexity of this machine. Preliminary experimental
results demonstrated that the machine can increase t
he accuracy of the product made
by low
-
cost fused deposition method.










Coffer Break
---
15:30
-
15:45



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IC
MCE

2013
Authors


Oral Presentation

Session
2

(
No.
3

Meeting Room
)

1
5
:
45
pm
-
1
8
:
0
0pm

Session Chair:


Dr.
Sa ngua n Vongc ha v a l i t k ul

















Vongc ha v a l i t k ul Uni v e r s i t y, Tha i l a nd

C E 0 3 2

D e s i g n o f A n t i
-
p i n c h Wi n d o w L i f t C o n t r o l Mo d u l e

J i n g x i n C h a n g, We n s o n g Wu, a n d
F e n g L u o

To n g j i u n i v e r s i t y, C h i n a

Ke y w o r d s:
P o w e r e d Wi n d o w L i f t; Al g o r i t h m o f A n t i
-
p i n c h; H a l l S i g n a l; L I N B u s


A b s t r a c t.
T h i s p a p e r p u t s f o r w a r d a c o n t r o l s c h e me b a s e d o n L I N b u s f o r
a u t o mo t i v e a n t i
-
p i n c h p o w e r w i n d o w. T h e a r t i c l e f i r s t g i v e s a n o v e r v i e w o f t h
e
structur
e and function of the system, and then describes the design of the hardware
and software in deta
il. We choose a 16
-
bit Freescale chip MC9S12VR64 which has a
mixed signal processing performance as the microcontroller. The anti
-
pinch
algorithm is mainly based on the Hall signal, and the network communications use
LIN bus. Finally, through trial and err
or to amend the anti
-
pinch algorithm, we get a
satisfactory result.


CE046

Rapid Solidification and Phase Composition of Gd
-
16wt%Co Alloy in Laser Melting
Conditions

Wenjing YAO
, Fengjie ZHANG, Zhe, Lü, Nan WANG, Yeongil JUNG, and Jehyun
LEE

Changwon
National University, South Korea

Keywords:

Laser melting; Rapid solidification; Phase composition; Co
-
Gd
compound
.


Abstract.

Solidification microstructure of Gd
-
16wt%Co master alloy is
characterized by the primary (Gd), CoGd
3
, and Co
7
Gd
12

dendrites plus
(Co
3
Gd
4
+Co
7
Gd
12
) eutectic. In the laser melting conditions, the rapid solidification
of melting pool shows three layers along the radial direction. The size of melting
pool decreases with the increase of scanning speed. The dendrites are r
efined and the
eutectic disappears in the pool. Near the top of the pool, the metastable phases and
the peritectic reaction are restrained in the rapid solidification conditions.


CE1004

Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Rarefied Gaseous Flows in Nano
-
chan
nels

Zhihong MAO
, Fubing BAO, and Yuanlin HUANG

China Jiliang University, China

Keywords:

molecular dynamics; velocity slip; nano
-
channel; gaseous flows


Abstract.

Molecular dynamics simulation method was used to study the rarefied
gaseous flows in nano
-
channels. A pressure
-
driven force was introduced to drive the
gas to flow between two parallel walls.
The effects of driven force magnitude and
channel height were i
nvestigated. The results show that a single layer of gaseous
molecules is adsorbed on the wall surface. The density of

ad
sorption layer decreases
with the increase of channel height, but doesn’t vary with driven force.
The velocity
profile across the
channel has the traditional parabolic shape. The average velocity
and gas slip velocity on the wall increase linearly with

the

increase of
pressure
-
driven force. The gas slip velocity
decreases linearly with

the

increase of
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channel height
.

The ratio of sli
p to average velocity decreases linearly with the
increase of channel height.


CE2003

Total Harmonic Reduction Using Switching Frequency in H
-
bridge Cascaded
Multilevel Inverter

P.K.Dhal

and C.Christober Asir Rajan

VELTECH DR.RR&DR.SR TECHNICAL
UNIVERSITY, India

Keywords:

H
-
bridge multilevel inverter, Harmonic elimination, Homotopy
algorithm


Abstract.

This paper presents total
harmonics elimination in H
-
bridge
Multi
-
Level Inverter.
The

basic

concept

of

this

reduction

is

to

eliminate

harmonics

in different level with

an
appropriate

choice

of

switching

angles.

This

paper

employs H
omotopy
algorithm

to

solve

the

transcendental

equations
for

finding

the

switching

angles.

This

method
solves
t he

nonlinear

transcende
n
tal
equations
. It is much

simpler
formulation

without

complex
analytical

calculations
for

any
number

of
voltage

l evel s
.

In this technique, it is not required transformer
allows the use of a single dc power source (e.g., a battery or a fuel cell stack) with
the remaining
n −
1

dc sources
being capacitors, which is referred to as hybrid

cascaded H
-
bridge multilevel inverter (HCMLI).
It has

several

i nformat i ve

Mat
lab
simulation

results

verify

the

validity

and

e
ffectiveness

of

the

p
r
oposed

algorithm.


CE2011

Surface Quality of High Speed Milling of Silicon Carbide by Using Diamond Coated
Tool

Mohammad Iqbal
, Mohamed Konneh, Ahmad Yasir Bin Md Said, and Azri Fadhlan
Bin Mohd Zaini

International Islamic University Malaysia

Keywords:

Silicon carbide, high speed milling, diamond coated tool, surface
quality.


Abstract.

The high speed milling of silicon carbide was discussed by using flat
end
-
mill 2 mm in diameter diamond coated tool. Ultra
-
precision high speed spindle
attachment was us
ed to achieve cutting tool rotation speed as high as 50,000 rpm.
Special fixture was designed to minimize the chatter on work
-
piece surface during
the machining process. Three cutting parameters were selected as independent
variables of the experiments. Th
ey were spindle speed, depth of cut and feed rate.
The arithmetic mean value of roughness (Ra) was measured on the work
-
piece
surface as the response of the experiment. Result of the experiment shows that the
value of surface roughness can be achieved as l
ow as 0.150
µm.
Statistical analysis
was provided to study the significant of the model, interaction among the cutting
parameters and their effects to the surface roughness value.


N0006

CMOS IC Design: 7
-
segments Counter

Soh Hong Teen

and
Lee Sin Yin

Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, Malaysia

Abstract

This paper discusses the design of an IC layout for 7
-
segment counter.
The layout was designed by using Electric VLSI Design System as Electronic
Design Automation (EDA) tool. In order to produce the layout, the fabrication
process of Integrated Circuit (I
C) was further explored to ensure the layout could be
successfully drawn. The complete layout of the counter was designed based on the
schematic circuit which consists of a few JK flip
-
flops. The layout had undergone
Design Rule Check (DRC) set by the Elec
tric VLSI Design System to check for any
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design rule error. Both layout and schematic circuit of the counter were then
simulated through Layout versus Schematic (LVS) to ensure they were identical. The
simulation outputs of the counter indicated that resul
t of the layout and schematic
circuit were not ideal due to noises occurred in JK flip
-
flops.


Index Terms

7
-
segments counter, schematic circuit, IC layout, Electric VLSI
Design System, DRC, LVS, simulation output


N1002

Universal biquadratic filter employing single Differential Voltage Current Controlled
Conveyor Transconductance Amplifier

Saikat Maiti and
Radha Raman Pal

Vidyasagar University, India

Abstract

This paper presents new realizations of second order voltage

mode and
current mode universal filters based on a recently reported active element, called the
differential voltage current controlled conveyor transconductance amplifier
(DVCCCTA). The proposed circuits do not use external resistor. The filter circuits
provide all the responses without changing the circuit topology. All the capacitors
are virtually grounded. The use of grounded capacitors makes the circuit suitable for
monolithic implementation. The pole frequency and quality factor can be adjusted
indep
endently with the input bias currents. The non

ideal analysis and the sensitivity
analysis have been included. Both the active and passive sensitivities are not more
than unity. The filter performances are verified using the PSpice simulations which
agree
well with theoretical value.


Index Terms

Universal Filter, Differential voltage current controlled conveyor
transconductance amplifier (DVCCCTA), Voltage mode, Current mode.



Afternoon


ICIVC2013
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Authors


Oral Presentation

ICIVC2013
Session

(
No.
2

Meeting Room
)

1
3
:
45
pm
-
1
8
:
0
0pm

(

Coffer
Break

TIME

15:30
-
15:45

Session Chair:


Dr.
Abde l ha mi d Abde s s e l a m


Sul t a n Qa boos Uni v e r s i t y, Oma n

V C 0 0 2

I l l u mi n a t i o n N o r ma l i z a t i o n U s i n g We i g h t e d I n t e g r a l I ma g e s O f G r a d i e n t s

Yo n g h u a i L i u
, L u i g i D e

D o mi n i c i s, R a l p h Ma r t i n, a n d B a o g a n g We i

A b e r y s t w y t h U n i v e r s i t y, U n i t e d K i n g d o m

A b s t r a c t

C a p t u r e d i ma g e s a r i s e t h r o u g h i n t e r a c t i o n b e t w e e n o b j e c t s o f i n t e r e s t
a n d i l l u mi n a t i n g l i g h t s o u r c e s. I f t h e l a t t e r a r e u n e v e n l y d i s t r i b u t e d, o r a r e t o o
s t r o n g o r t o o w e a k, t h e i ma g e c a n h a v e l o w c o n t r a s t e i t h e r l o c a l l y o r g l o b a l l y,
i mp e d i n g i t s i n t e r p r
e t a t i o n a n d r e d u c i n g i t s u s e f u l n e s s. I n p r a c t i c e, c o n t r o l o f
i l l u mi n a t i o n c o n d i t i o n s i s c h a l l e n g i n g, a n d n o t a l w a y s p o s s i b l e. T h u s, w e p r o p o s e a
n o v e l me t h o d t o p o s t
-
p r o c e s s c a p t u r e d i ma g e s t o r e d u c e t h e e f f e c t s o f t h e
i l l u mi n a t i o n. We e mp l o y t h e S o b e l o p e
r a t o r t o e s t i ma t e g r a d i e n t s i n t h e i ma g e, t h e n
u s e t h e s e g r a d i e n t s a s w e i g h t s i n a n a v e r a g i n g o p e r a t i o n. T o a c c e l e r a t e t h e o p e r a t i o n,
a n d r e mo v e c e r t a i n u n w a n t e d f e a t u r e s, i n t e g r a l i ma g e s a r e i t e r a t i v e l y c a l c u l a t e d f r o m
t h e w e i g h t e d i ma g e s. T h i s a l l o w s u s
t o e s t i ma t e t h e i l l u mi n a t i o n c o mp o n e n t o f t h e
i ma g e s, a n d i n t u r n t h e r e f l e c t a n c e c o mp o n e n t a s t h e i r e n h a n c e d o n e s. A c o mp a r a t i v e
s t u d y u s i n g a l a r g e n u mb e r o f i ma g e s s h o w s t h a t t h e p r o p o s e d a l g o r i t h m o u t p e r f o r ms
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several state of the art approaches.


Inde
x Terms

Image enhancement, illumination removal, gradient, reflectance,
Retinex.


VC004

Implicit Relevance Feedback for Content
-
Based Image Retrieval by Mining User
Browsing Behaviors and Estimating Preference

Wei Dai
, Wenbo Li, Zhipeng Mo, and Tianhao
Zhao

Tianjin University, China

Abstract

Nowadays, Content
-
Based Image Retrieval has been the mainstay of
image retrieval both in fields of research and application. To attain optimal retrieval
results, relevance feedback (RF) methods are incorporated
into CBIR by taking
user’s feedbacks into account. However, explicit RF methods rely heavily on active
user engagement during search sessions, which is unrealistic in real applications.
This paper presents an implicit RF method, Preference Estimation
-
based

RF (PERF)
for CBIR. PERF utilizes implicit user browsing histories to build a user preference
model. The model will be refined iteratively and used to train a preference classifier
for the user. In addition, an adaptive mechanism is adopted to realize the

personalization of preference model. Our proposed method is tested and the
experimental results reveal that PERF can achieve good retrieval precision with
scarce explicit engagement from users.


Index Terms


CBIR,
r
elevance feedback,
implicit
,
browsing behaviors, preference
model,
adaptive

mechanism.

VC005

Gesture Recognition from One Example Using Depth Images

Bin Liang, and
Lihong Zheng

Charles Sturt University, Australia

Abstract

By using depth images, this paper presents an approach capable of
recognizing the gesture from only one example of each class. Background removal
and denoising are performed on depth images firstly. Motion Energy Information
(MEI) images are then obtained
through calculating the differences between
consecutive frames. Within each MEI image, we represent successive movements by
time series using Histograms of Oriented Gradients (HOG) descriptor. Principle
Component Analysis (PCA) reconstruction approach is a
pplied on the descriptor to
find a set of discriminantly informative principle components (PCs) from the
corresponding training gesture. Next the descriptors extracted from test gestures are
reconstructed back utilizing each set of PCs from training gestur
es. Finally the test
gestures are recognized according to the set of PCs which produces the lowest
reconstruction error. We evaluate our approach on the task of recognizing gestures
from one example using depth images, and compare the performance of our
ap
proach with other methods, reaching a promising result.


Index Terms

Gesture recognition, depth images, MEI image, HOG, PCA
reconstruction.


VC007

Posture Recognition Based Fall Detection System

Adel Rhuma
, Miao Yu, and Jonathon Chambers

Loughborough
University, United Kingdom

Abstract

In this paper, we introduce a video
-
based fall detection system for an
elderly person in a real home environment. We extract global (ellipse) and local
(shape context) features from static postures and an improved Dire
cted Acyclic
Graphic Support Vector Machine (DAGSVM) is applied for posture classification.
After classifying different postures, certain rules are set to detect falls. This fall
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detection system is shown by evaluation on real datasets to achieve a good fa
ll
detection performance.


Index Terms

Posture classification, improved (DAGSVM), shape context, fall
detection.


VC015

Improving Local Binary Patterns Techniques by Using Edge Information

Abdelhamid Abdesselam

Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Abstract

Texture analysis plays an important role in computer vision and pattern
recognition applications. During the last few decades, the research community has
proposed a large number of techniques for describing, retrieving and classifying
texture images. Loca
l Binary Patterns (LBP) coding is a state
-
of
-
the
-
art technique
characterized by its simplicity and efficiency. Due to its success, several
LBP
-
variants are proposed in recent literature. In this paper we show that the
performance of LBP
-
based methods can b
e further improved by introducing a simple
modification to the feature extraction process. We suggest building two different
LBP histograms one for edge pixels and the second for non
-
edge pixels. The final
feature vector is a weighted combination of the tw
o histograms. This idea is mainly
inspired by the results of several research works on vision indicating that when
looking at objects, human attention focuses more on salient regions (where changes
in intensity, color, etc. occur). The experiments that hav
e been conducted on Brodatz
and Outex databases show that implementing this modification on LBP
-
based
techniques (LBP, LTP and LBP_V), produces significant improvement in the
accuracy of the original methods.


Index Terms

Edge information, local binary
patterns, texture analysis.


VC016

Local Feature Extraction Property of Krawtchouk Moment

Bing Hu
and Simon Liao

University of Winnipeg, Canada

Abstract

Moment descriptors have long been applied in object recognition since
the early years of the
development of the moment theories. In recent years, the
emergence of discrete orthogonal moments has substantially enriched the moment
methods. In this research, we have focused our study on the local feature extraction
of Krawtchouk moment and the relati
onship between the Region of Interest (ROI) of
an image and the parameter, p, of the Krawtchouk polynomials. It has been observed
that by changing parameter p of the Krawtchouk moment, the pair of reconstructed
images from different orders of Krawtchouk mo
ments with the complimentary
parameters, p and 1
-
p, are centrosymmetric.


Index Terms

Discrete orthogonal moments, krawtchouk moments, Region of
Interest (ROI), centrosymmetric.


VC020

Implementation of Computer Aided Diagnosis System for Lung Cancer
Detection

Naveed Ejaz,

Shazia Javed
, and Zeeshan Sajid

University of Tartu, Estonia

Abstract

Computer Aided Diagnosis in radiology assists the radiologists in
determining medical abnormalities by providing automated analysis of medical
images. The clinical acceptance of Computer Aided Diagnosis systems depends on
successful execution of two tasks:

segmentation of organ of interest, and
identification and classification of abnormalities present on the organ. In this paper
we present in detail the implemented Computer Aided Diagnosis process for lung
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cancer detection, and a novel technique entitled “
Contour Detection Method” for
identification of lung cancer nodules. We describe the various algorithms employed
for each step of the diagnosis process. The implemented algorithms are tested for the
Lung Image Database Consortium (LIDC) comprising of CT sc
an images in DICOM
format. The experimentation results for the same dataset reveals that the proposed
technique outperforms widely employed Local Density Maximum algorithm by
detecting and classifying 7% of the observed false negatives.


Index Terms

Comput
er aided diagnosis, multi
-
sliced CT, lung cancer nodules,
contour detection method, local density maximum.


VC026

Chinese Character Recognition by Tchebichef Moment Features

Bing Hu
and Simon Liao

University of Winnipeg, Canada

Abstract

Moment
descriptors have long been applied in object recognition since
the early years of the development of the moment theories. Nowadays, discrete
orthogonal moments have been studied and proposed for they are superior to
traditional continuous ones. In this pap
er, a set of moment features extracted from
the discrete Tchebichef moments for Chinese character recognition is presented. A
new method of evaluating the variance values of each moment feature is applied in
this research. Tested on a set of 6,763 Chinese
characters, our newly proposed
Tchebichef moment features perform very well in distinguishing all Chinese
character pairs that have similar structures.


Index Terms

Discrete orthogonal moments, tchebichef moments, chinese character
recognition.

VC032

Evaluation Of Functional Parameters Of Vehicle Simulators

Grzegorz Gudzbeler
, Andrzej Urban, and Mariusz Dąbrowski

Police Academy In Szczytno, Poland

Abstract

The authors presented in the paper method of evaluation of operational
performance of vehicle
simulators. Number of simulation solutions are created in
conjunction with various requirements for the quality of simulation, which make the
audience difficult to define requirements and the authors do not always reach desired
effects due to budget constr
aints. The paper presents the idea for the evaluations of
the functional parameters of vehicle simulators. It contains essential information both
for creators and consumers of such solutions. Authors present also a comparative
study aimed at answering the
question about quality of projection systems designed
for vehicle simulators. They decided to make an attempt to give the preliminary
answer to a question on which studied projection systems causes lesser degree of
symptoms of simulator sickness during tra
ining. For the purposes of examinations
two test platforms were prepared. One was equipped with a screen with a cylindrical
projection system, the second with "on screen" projection system. This paper
presents the results of comparative tests carried in co
nsortium by Police Academy in
Szczytno, Poland, as a part of scientific project "Building simulator of driving
privileged vehicles in typical and extreme situations".


Index Terms


simulation, evaluation, vehicles, training


VC3006

Circle Marker based
Distance Measurement Using a Single Camera

Cao Yu
-
tao
, Wang Jian
-
ming, and Sun Yu
-
kuan

Tianjin Polytechnic University, China

Abstract

A new distance measurement method with the use of a single camera and
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a circle marker is presented. The distance measurement is based on the idea that a
circle marker at a longer distance forms a smaller image when the parameters of the
imaging system remain unchanged. Firstly, the image region of the circle marker is
segmen
ted and rotation correction algorithm is designed and applied to recover the
supposed image region when the circle marker is perpendicular to the camera optical
axis. The distance value can be calculated by the corrected image region area and
pinhole camer
a model.
Finally, experimental results show that distance information
can be retrieved by the proposed method.


Index Terms

Pinhole imaging,

circle markers,

area, distance
.


1
8
:00am
-
20
:
00pm
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Dinner (3
th

floor)




Beijing O
ne
-
D
ay

T
our

is on September 3, 2013

for the registered
participant.

If

you are interested and would like to join, please inform
our staff on site.



Beijing

is the capital of the

People's Republic of China

and one of the most

populous
cities in the world
. The population as of 2012 was 20,693,000.
]

The metropolis, located
in

northern China
, is governed as a

direct
-
controlled municipality

under the

national
government
, with

14 urban and suburban districts and two rural counties
.

Beijing
Municipality is surrounded by

Hebei Province

with the exception of neighboring

Tianjin Municipality

to the southeast.


Beijing is the second largest Chinese city by urban population after Shanghai and is
the nation's political, cultural, and educational center
.
It is home to the headquarters
of most of China's largest state
-
owned companies, and is a major hub for the nation
al
highway, expressway, railway, and high
-
speed rail networks. The Beijing Capital
International Airport is the second busiest in the world by passenger traffic.


The city's history dates back three
millenia. As the last of the Four Great
Ancient Capitals

of China, Beijing has
been the political center of the country
for much of the past seven centuries
.
The city is renowned for its opulent
palaces, temples, gardens, tombs, walls
and gates, and its art treasures and
universities have made it a center of
culture and art in China. Few cities in the
world have been the political and
cultural center of an area as immense
for so long.





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About Keynote Spe
a
kers



Prof. David
Zhang

Hong Kong
Polytechnic
University

Hong Kong

Prof. David Zhang graduated in
Computer Science from Peking University. He
received his MSc in 1982 and his PhD in 1985 in Computer Science from the
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), respectively. From 1986 to 1988 he was a
Postdoctoral Fellow at Tsinghua University and then an Asso
ciate Professor at
the Academia Sinica, Beijing. In 1994 he received his second PhD in Electrical
and Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He
is a Head, Department of Computing (2008
-
10) and Chair Professor since 2005
at t
he Hong Kong Polytechnic University where he is the Founding Director of the
Biometrics Technology Centre (UGC/CRC) supported by the Hong Kong SAR
Government in 1998. He also serves as Visiting Chair Professor in Tsinghua
University, and Adjunct Professor
in Peking University, Shanghai Jiao Tong
University, HIT, and the University of Waterloo. He is the Founder and
Editor
-
in
-
Chief, International Journal of Image and Graphics (IJIG); Book Editor,
Springer International Series on Biometrics (KISB); Organizer,

the International
Conference on Biometrics Authentication (ICBA); Associate Editor of more than
ten international journals including IEEE Transactions and so on; and the author
of more than 10 books,over 250 international journal papers and around 30
pate
nts from USA/Japan/HK/China. According to Science Citation Index (SCI)
-

Expended and Google Scholar, his papers have got over 8,000 citations and
18,000 citations, respectively. Professor Zhang is recognized as a world leading
expert in biometrics, special
ly palmprint recognition. He is a Croucher Senior
Research Fellow, Distinguished Speaker of the IEEE Computer Society, and a
Fellow of both IEEE and IAPR.



Dr.
Cristina
-
Elena
Lascu

Romanian
Television
Broadcasting
Corporation,
Romania

Dr. Cristina Lascu has been graduated from the Faculty of Energetics since
1989, and then she continued her studies, obtaining a Master’s Degree in
Production Systems Management at the Polytechnic University in Bucharest
(1991) and another Bachelor’s Degre
e, in Journalism, from the Faculty of
Journalism and Mass Communication Sciences at the Bucharest University
(1994).

Between 1989 and 1994, Cristina Lascu worked as an engineer in Bucharest,
at the Electrical Power Networks Enterprise (IREB), being the co
ordinator of the
Electrical Meters Laboratory. From 1994, she is working at the Romanian
Television Broadcasting Corporation, where she realized many programs on
science, economy, arts and classical music.

In 2005, Cristina Lascu obtained a Ph. D. in Engin
eering Science, Industrial
Engineering, with the thesis “The Management of the Audiovisual Communication
Systems in Fuzzy Logic”, at the “Transilvania” University in Braşov, and in 2007, a
Master’s Degree in Audiovisual Programs, at the National University

of Film and
Drama in Bucharest.

Cristina Lascu is a member of the Romanian National Committee of the World
Energy Council (CNR
-
CME).


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Prof. Puneet
Tandon

PDPM Indian
Institute of
Information
Technology,
Design and
Manufacturing
Jabalpur, India

Prof.
Puneet Tandon, a fellow of IACSIT, is a joint Professor of Mechanical
Engineering, and Design at PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology,
Design and Manufacturing Jabalpur, India. His primary research interests are
Intelligent and Innovative Produc
t Design, Computer Aided Design, Nature
Inspired Design, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies and Microfabrication.

He graduated in Mechanical Engineering from NIT Kurukshetra. He received his
Masters and Doctoral degrees in Mechanical Engineering from IIT
Kanpur. He is
presently Head, Discipline of Design. He has authored more than 110 papers in
referred journals and international conferences. He has been to author to one
text book titled “Cutting Tool Geometry: 3D Perspective” and a few conference
proceedi
ngs. Besides, another text book written along with his Japanese
collaborators is under production. He was also organizer of International
Conference on Innovations in Design and Manufacturing (InnDeM) 2012 and
Design Workshop (DeW) 2010. He is Principal In
vestigator to a joint Indo
-
Japan
Project, and to numerous projects sponsored by Department of Science &
Technology, Department of Atomic Energy, Ministry of Human Resource
Development, etc. He is a member of the International Programme Committee
of CAD Con
ferences, and on advisory committees of various international
conferences. He is a co
-
editor of one International Journal on Manufacturing
and has been reviewer to several international journals.



Conference Venue


Zhongyu Century Grand Hotel

(
北京中裕世纪大酒店
)

Address: No. 31, Lotus Pond east road, Haidian District, Beijing, China (near to Beijing
west railway station)

Telephone: +86
-
010
-
63989999
;
Reservation Email: fancunmei123@126.com

For participants who are not from China, please print out the following i
nformation to arrive the
Hotel by Taxi

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:

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31

(
近北京西站
)
北京中裕世纪大酒店
.


The organizer doesn't provide accommodation, and it is peak season during the conference
days,so we suggest you make an early reservation.

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Upcoming

Conference
s

Information:

Welcome to
Our More upcoming conferences

in 2013:

DATE

NAME

PAPER WILL BE PUBLISHED
BY


October
2
6
-
27


Hong Kong


ICGIP 2013

The 2013 5th International Conference
on Graphic and Image Processing
(ICGIP 2013)

www.icgip.org

International Journal

ICSII 2013

2013 the 2nd International Conference
on Software and Intelligent Information
(ICSII 2013)

www.icsii.org

Journal of Industrial and
Intelligent
Information (JIII) (ISSN: 2301
-
3745)

ICIDE 2013

2013 the 2nd International Conference
on Information and Digital Engineering
(ICIDE 2013)

www.icide.org

International Journal of Innovation,
Management and
Technology (IJIMT)
(ISSN: 2010
-
0248)

November
23
-
24, 2013

,


Bangkok,
Thailand

ICPES 2013

2013 the 3rd International Conference
on Power and Energy Systems

(ICPES2013)

http://www.icpes.org/


All accepted papers will b
e published
in the volume of International Journal
of Smart Grid and Clean Energy
(SGCE) (ISSN: 2315
-
4462)

ICNIT 2013

2013 4th International Conference on
Networking and Information
Technology

(ICNIT2013)

http://www.icnit.org/


All accepted papers will be published
in the volume of Lecture Notes on
Information Theory (LNIT) (ISSN:
2301
-
3788)

December
20
-
21, 2013,



Paris,

France

ICCSIT 2013

2013 6th International
Conference on Computer
Science and
Information
Technology (ICCSIT 2013)

http://www.iccsit.org/


All accepted papers will also be
published in the conference
proceedings with ISBN, and the
selected papers will be published in
the indexed Journals.

(Plea
se visit the
link for the details)

http://www.iccsit.org/sub.htm


ICPSE 2013

2013 2nd International
Conference on Power Science
and Engineering (ICPSE 2013)

http://www.icpse.org/


All accepted papers of ICPSE 2013
will be published in the

Applied
Mechanics and Materials Journal
(ISSN: 1660
-
9336)
.