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A Non-iterative Kalman Filter for Single Channel Speech Enhancement in Non-stationary Noise Condition (ICSPCS 2018, 2018)This paper presents a non-iterative Kalman filter (NIT-KF) for single channel speech enhancement in nonstationary noise condition (NNC). To adopt NIT-KF with NNC, we address the adjustment of biased Kalman gain through ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(MEMS 2018, 2018)This work presents the fabrication, mechanical strength characterization, and cell culture demonstration of a high aspect ratio silicon carbide (SiC) membrane. Optimizations in the deposition and fabrication make an ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(MEMS 2018, 2018)This work presents a conversion free p-type 4H silicon carbide (4H-SiC) four-terminal strain sensor utilizing a large Hall offset voltage in a symmetric four-terminal configuration. Upon the application of mechanical strain, ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
A comparison between natural and artificial headland sand bypassing in Santa Catarina and the Gold Coast (Australasian Coasts and Ports Conference, 2017)This paper compares two headland sand bypassing, one natural and one artificial. Both areas are located at similar latitudes but distant longitudes: 1) southern Gold Coast (28.15ºS, 153.5ºE), where an artificial, headland ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(ATRF 2018, 2018)Cycling is (re)gaining popularity in many developed countries and cities. However, a key issue is cyclist safety due to lack of safe cycling infrastructure. Many governments of low to medium growth economies are struggling ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT