Computational Science and Engineering, Gilbert Strang
MIT 18.085 / 18.086 Computational Science and Engineering 的教材。
实时跌倒检测能为老年人和特别护理人员提供及时的帮助． 根据人体的运动学特征，提出一种基于三轴加速度传感器的人体跌倒行为的实时检测算法． 该算法通过提取运动时的超重强度、持续失重时间、倾斜角度、静止时间为特征值，在 Android智能手机上使用决策树进行实时处理． 该算法对传感器的放置方位无要求，选取日常动作和与跌倒加速度特征相似的动作进行测试，该算法的平均响应时间小于 6 秒，平均准确率达到 92% ，证明了该算法的有效性．
Problems and theorems in analysis 1
Problems and theorems in analysis
Control theory for linear systems
Control Theory for Linear Systems (H. L. Trentelman, Anton Stoorvogel, and Malo Hautus
Communication of ACM,2013 3月，ACM协会的旗舰资料
Communication of ACM,2013 4月，ACM协会的旗舰资料
LaTeX Beginner's Guide
LaTeX Beginner's Guide,LaTeX入门很好的资料，介绍了LaTeX的基本原理和操作。
针对老年人意外失足或者某种疾病突然发作引起的跌倒问题， 设计一种便携式无线跌倒检测系统， 在现有三轴加速度 SMV 阈值算法的基础上， 建立二级阈值的人体跌倒检测算法， 判断人体跌倒行为， 并通过无线传输方式发送报警信息。 实验测试结果表明： 该系统具有实时性强、 正确率高、 体积小以及使用距离不受限制等特点。
The Blackwell guide to the philosophy of computing and information
信息革命一直在以惊人的速度和前所未有的范围深刻地，不可逆转地和有问题地改变世界。 每年，世界产生1到2艾字节的数据，即地球上每个人大约250兆字节（来 exabyte大约是1018字节，或十亿十亿字节，相当于本指南的大约200亿个副本。 人类的整个历史记录累积了12艾字节的数据。 存储在软盘上，12艾字节的数据将形成2400万英里高的堆栈。 按照1999年衡量的增长率，到本指南发布时，人类已经创造了接下来的12艾字节。
lectures on network systems
网络化系统讲义，作者是IEEE控制系统分会的主席。Francesco Bullo is a Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received the Laurea degree “summa cum laude” in Electrical Engineering from the University of Padova, Italy, in 1994, and the Ph.D. degree in Control and Dynamical Systems from the California Institute of Technology in 1999. From 1998 to 2004, he was an Assistant Professor with the Coordinated Science Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Since 2004 he has been at University of California, Santa Barbara; he is currently affiliated with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, and the Center for Control, Dynamical Systems and Computation.
Professor Bullos’ research focuses on modeling, dynamics and control of multi-agent network systems, with applications to robotic coordination, power systems, distributed computing and social networks. Previous work includes contributions to geometric control, Lagrangian systems, vehicle routing, and motion planning. Professor Bullo has published more than 270 papers in international journals, books, and refereed conferences. He is the coauthor, with Andrew D. Lewis, of the book “Geometric Control of Mechanical Systems” (Springer, 2004, 0-387-22195-6), with Jorge Cortés and Sonia Martínez, of the book “Distributed Control of Robotic Networks” (Princeton, 2009, 978-0-691-14195-4), and with Stephen L. Smith of the book “Lectures on Robotics Planning and Kinematics” (SIAM, 2016, under review); his “Lectures on Network Systems” (CreateSpace, 2018, 978-1986425643) is available on his website.
Professor Bullo is a Fellow of IEEE and IFAC. He is currently a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Control Systems Society. He received the 2018 Distinguished Scientist Award by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His articles received the 2008 CSM Outstanding Paper Award from IEEE CSS, the 2011 Hugo Schuck Best Paper Award from AACC, the 2013 SIAG/CST Best Paper Prize from SIAM, the 2014 Automatica Best Paper Prize from IFAC, the 2016 Guillemin-Cauer Best Paper Award from IEEE CAS, and the 2016 TCNS Outstanding Paper Award from IEEE CSS. Professor Bullo served as advisor or co-advisor of 22 graduated PhD students. He received the 2015 UCSB Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award and the 2004 UIUC COE Outstanding Advisor Award. His students’ papers were finalists for the Best Student Paper Award at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (2002, 2005, 2007), and the American Control Conference (2005, 2006, 2010).
Professor Bullo has served, for the IEEE Control Systems Society, as 2011-2012 Vice-President for Technical Activities, as 2013-2014 Vice-President for Publications, as 2007-2009 Elected Member of the Board of Governors and as Program Chair for the 2016 IEEE Conference in Decision and Control. He will serve as President Elect / President / President Past of the IEEE Control Systems Society during the triennium 2017–2019. Additionally, he served on the Editorial Boards of “IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,” “ESAIM: Control, Optimization, and the Calculus of Variations,” “SIAM Journal of Control and Optimization,” and “Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems”.
From July 2013 to June 2017, Professor Bullo served as Mechanical Engineering Department Chair at UCSB. In this role he had responsibilities over academic personnel matters, educational programs, facilities management, governance, finances, and communication/development.
物联网和医疗大数据的综述,IEEE网站上的热门综述.The Internet of Things (IoT) makes smart objects the ultimate building blocks in the
development of cyber-physical smart pervasive frameworks. The IoT has a variety of application domains,
including health care. The IoT revolution is redesigning modern health care with promising technological,
economic, and social prospects. This paper surveys advances in IoT-based health care technologies and
reviews the state-of-the-art network architectures/platforms, applications, and industrial trends in IoT-based
health care solutions. In addition, this paper analyzes distinct IoT security and privacy features, including
security requirements, threat models, and attack taxonomies from the health care perspective. Further, this
paper proposes an intelligent collaborative security model to minimize security risk; discusses how different
innovations such as big data, ambient intelligence, and wearables can be leveraged in a health care context;
addresses various IoT and eHealth policies and regulations across the world to determine how they can
facilitate economies and societies in terms of sustainable development; and provides some avenues for future
research on IoT-based health care based on a set of open issues and challenges.