• Data control for signal scavenging for a personnel detection system 

    Shriniwar, Uday Govindrao, 1983- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
    Injurious falls have been one of the major problems in elderly people and not providing medical assistance to those patients on time may increase complications. We developed a "Smart Carpet", which detects the personal ...
  • Data display for a signal scavenging personnel detection system 

    Devarakonda, Krishna Kishor (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    We developed a display to remotely monitor activity in a room using passive elements like aluminum foils, and a mechanism which will inform the loved ones in case of an emergency. The system consists of amplifiers to ...
  • Design of a signal scavenging sensor system for passive monitoring in elder care technology 

    Mohammed, Ashrafuddin, 1985- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
    This thesis describes sensors designed for a non-obtrusive monitoring system to detect and track the elderly adults walking on the carpet. The sensors are thin metal foils which detect environmental or scavenged energy. ...
  • Fall detection system using low cost computing and online communication 

    Gadre, Kaustubh Raghunath (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
    Falls are prevalent among elderly and sometime may result in fatal injuries, which impacts their ability of independent living. Thus, a reliable as well as cost effective fall detection system is required. We have developed ...
  • Floor sensor development using signal scavenging for personnel detection system 

    Neelgund, Rohan Vasantha (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
    Falls have been a major cause of injuries likes fractures, head trauma in elder people. In many cases, these injuries have been fatal. This being a major concern of the Alzheimer's Association, a 'Smart Carpet' to detect ...
  • MizzouSMP 

    Nash, Sean (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    This paper covers the implementation of a 32 Bit RISC multiprocessor MizzouSMP. It was developed from MizzouRisc, simulated on Aldec Active HDL, implemented on a Altera DE2 board. The MizzouSMP core can be configured to ...
  • PCI bus connects MizzouRISC to PC 

    Zhu, Nan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    This paper covers the design of a PCI transmission controller to make a 32-bit microprocessor MizzouRISC be a co-processor for a PC. The co-processor communicates with the PC through the PCI bus, and works as a target ...
  • Performance evaluation of a low cost processor with wireless connectivity 

    Yoo, Jin Jung D. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    This study shows the development and analysis of the connectivity of a wireless system using a low cost processor. First, we designed a system with two sensor processors and a server PC. Second, we developed two protocols; ...
  • Transport, network, and data link layer protocol designs to improve geo-stationary Earth orbit satellite data set transmission performance 

    Wiedemeier, Paul Douglas, 1968- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    Geo-stationary earth orbit (CEO) satellites are wireless transmission media that provide near-earth Internet and Intranet data communication, but are limited to low Megabits per second transmission rates and small messages. ...