Collections of Engineering: Computer Applications in Electrical Engineering


João Francisco Ribeiro-Negrão
Lamartine Vilar de Souza, Ivaldo Ohana, Technology Institute (ITEC), Federal University of Para (UFPA), Brazil

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments, Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: TEC009000

In this book, the authors describe examples of applications using computational tools targeted for electrical engineering. Presented and discussed are the use of computational techniques such as: data mining, description of software simulators, modeling and description of a dynamic control system, and Markov chains. Computer science has experienced remarkable progress over the last few years. In addition, the presence of new semiconductor materials and the use of simulation software in the engineering field have been shown to be a low-cost and quick deployment. The aim of this book is to present simulation and computational techniques that are used as working tools. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. On Line Power System Static Security Assessment Using a Multi-Class Decision Tree and Synchrophasors

Chapter 2. Data Mining Experiments on a Hydroelectric Power Plant

Chapter 3. CAC for Multimedia Transmission in Fixed Broadband Wireless Networks: A CTMC Approach

Chapter 4. Electromagnetic Interference Reduction by Dynamic Impedance Balancing Applied to Biosensors

Chapter 5. Electrical Noise Reduction of Resistive Probes using Impedance Dynamic Balancing


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