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Browsing Faculty Publications (Engineering) by Title

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  • Save, P.W.; Froese, Thomas M. (2014-11)
    Any group that creates challenging goals also requires a strategy to achieve them. In the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) case, the goals are to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 33% below 2007 levels by 2015, and ...
  • Huo, Yiming; Dong, Xiaodai; Lu, Ping (ICT Express, 2017-09)
    This study presents an energy efficient ultra-wideband (UWB) transmitter based on the novel transmitted reference pulse cluster (TRPC) modulation scheme. The TRPC-UWB transmitter integrates wideband active baluns, a wideband ...
  • Farzad, Amir; Gulliver, T. Aaron (ICT Express, 2020)
    Log messages are now broadly used in cloud and software systems. They are important for classification and anomaly detection as millions of logs are generated each day. In this paper, an unsupervised model for log message ...
  • Valeo, Caterina; He, Jianxun; Kasiviswanathan, Kasiapillai S. (Water, 2021)
  • Jain, Rahul; Gupta, Rishi; Khare, Makrand G.; Dharmadhikari, Ashish A. (Associated Cement Companies Ltd., 2011-03)
    Quantitatively concrete occupies the largest volume in any modern construction activity and it is expected that there will be no substitute for concrete in the near future. Since such high volumes of concrete are being ...
  • Garg, Mohit; Das, Chandra Sekhar; Gupta, Rishi (Construction and Building Materials, 2020)
    The development of hybrid fiber reinforced cement composite that has high strength, scope to be 12 used as cement-based sensors has been investigated in this study by using a combination of carbon 13 fibers and carbon ...
  • Westermann, Paul; Evins, Ralph (Energy and AI, 2021)
    Fast machine learning-based surrogate models are trained to emulate slow, high-fidelity engineering simulation models to accelerate engineering design tasks. This introduces uncertainty as the surrogate is only an approximation ...
  • Coady, Y; Ong, JS; Feeley, MJ (IEEE, 1999)
    Advances in network technology continue to improve the communication performance of workstation and PC clusters, making high-performance workstation-cluster computing increasingly viable. These hardware advances, however, ...
  • Wang, JYQ; Ong, JS; Coady, Y; Feeley, MJ (IEEE, 2000)
    The benefits of Markov-based predictive prefetching have been largely overshadowed by the overhead required to produce high-quality predictions. While both theoretical and simulation results for prediction algorithms ...
  • Ko, J.; Bhullar, S.K.; Mohtaram, N.K.; Willerth, Stephanie; Jun, M.B.G. (Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2014-05)
    Melt electrospinning creates fibrous scaffolds using direct deposition. The main challenge of melt electrospinning is controlling the topography of the scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. Mathematical modeling ...
  • Doyle, Jessica M.; Gleeson, Tom; Manning, Andrew H.; Mayer, K. Ulrich (Water Resources Research, 2015)
    Environmental tracers provide information on groundwater age, recharge conditions, and flow processes which can be helpful for evaluating groundwater sustainability and vulnerability. Dissolved noble gas data have proven ...
  • Seyff, Norbert; Todoran, Irina; Caluser, Kevin; Singer, Leif; Glinz, Martin (Journal of Internet Services and Applications, 2015-04-24)
    Social networks have changed our daily life and they have the potential to significantly influence and support Requirements Engineering (RE) activities. Social network-based RE approaches will allow us to overcome limitations ...
  • He, Jianxun; Valeo, Caterina; Chu, Agnes (The World Academic Publishing Company Limited, 2015)
    The city of Calgary, Canada, has considered reusing stormwater from detention ponds for the irrigation of public lands. The diurnal variability in the water quality of these ponds was studied to ensure public safety. Field ...
  • Mohammadzadeh, Alireza; Struchtrup, Henning (International Journal for Heat and Mass Transfer, 2015)
    Recently Struchtrup (2013) proposed an extension to the original Maxwell boundary conditions for the Boltzmann equation which introduces velocity dependent accommodation coefficients. These boundary conditions are implemented ...
  • Allafchi, Farzam; Valeo, Caterina; Chu, Angus; He, Jianxun; Lee, Waltfred; Oshkai, Peter; Neumann, Norman (Sensors, 2020)
    A velocity meter was designed and built in order to meet market needs for an affordable instrument that measures the range of velocity magnitudes and direction experienced in medium- to large-sized water bodies. The velocity ...
  • Matthews, C; Coady, Y (IEEE, 2009-05-23)
    Virtualization provides a coarse-grained isolation mechanism that results in large systems, with full operating systems and a complete software stack as their foundation. Though much of this foundation is not strictly ...
  • Gleeson, Tom; Wang-Erlandsson, Lan; Zipper, Samuel C.; Porkka, Miina; Jaramillo, Fernando; Gerten, Dieter; Fetzer, Ingo; Cornell, Sarah E.; Piemontese, Luigi; Gordon, Line J.; Rockstrom, Johan; Oki, Taikan; Sivapalan, Murugesu; Wada, Yoshihide; Brauman, Kate A.; Florke, Martina; Bierkens, Marc F.P.; Lehner, Bernhard; Keys, Patrick; Kummu, Matti; Wagener, Thorsten; Dadson, Simon; Troy, Tara J.; Steffen, Will; Falkenmark, Malin; Famiglietti, James S. (One Earth, 2020-03)
    The planetary boundaries framework proposes quantified guardrails to human modification of global environmental processes that regulate the stability of the planet and has been considered in sustainability science, governance, ...
  • He, J.; Huang, J.; Valeo, C.; Chu, A. (The World Academic Publishing Company Limited, 2015)
    Permeable pavement is a low impact development technology that has been suggested for improvement of urban stormwater management. Performance of permeable pavement has been extensively evaluated by field observations so ...
  • Smith, Helen C.M.; Fairley, Iain; Robertson, Bryson; Abusara, Mohammad; Masters, Ian (Energy Procedia, 2017-09)
    The intermittent, irregular and variable nature of the wave energy resource has implications for the supply of wave-generated electricity into the grid; intermittency of renewable power may lead to frequency and voltage ...
  • Anisetti, Marco; Ardagna, Claudio A.; Damiani, Ernesto; Frati, Fulvio; Müller, Hausi A.; Pahlevan, Atousa (Future Internet, 2012)
    Web service technology provides basic infrastructure for deploying collaborative business processes. Web Service security standards and protocols aim to provide secure communication and conversation between service ...

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