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  • Automatic Red-Channel underwater image restoration

    Underwater images typically exhibit color distortion and low contrast as a result of the exponential decay that light suffers as it travels. Moreover, colors associated to different wavelengths have different attenuation rates, being the red wavelength the one that attenuates the fastest. To restore underwater images, we propose a Red Channel method, where colors associated to short wavelengths are recovered, as expected for underwater images, leading to a recovery of the lost contrast. The R...

    On the applicability of ant colony optimization to non-intrusive load monitoring in smart grids

    Along with the proliferation of the Smart Grid, power load disaggregation is a research area that is lately gaining a lot of popularity due to the interest of energy distribution companies and customers in identifying consumption patterns towards improving the way the energy is produced and consumed (via e.g. demand side management strategies). Such data can be extracted by using smart meters, but the expensive cost of incorporating a monitoring device for each appliance jeopardizes significa...

    The dynamics of vortex filaments with corners

    Vega L. (2015)
    Embargo end date: 2016/06/30
    This paper focuses on surveying some recent results obtained by the author together with V. Banica on the evolution of a vortex filament with one corner according to the so-called binormal flow. The case of a regular polygon studied in collaboration with F. de la Hoz is also considered.

    Necking in 2D incompressible polyconvex materials: theoretical framework and numerical simulations

    Mora-Corral C.; Strugaru M. (2017)
    Embargo end date: 2018/06/15
    We show examples of 2D incompressible isotropic homogeneous hyperelastic materials with a poly-convex stored-energy function that present necking. The construction of the stored-energy function of amaterial satisfying all those properties requires a fine search. We used the software Algencan to perform numerical experiments and visualize necking for the examples constructed. The algorithm is based on minimization of the elastic energy under the nonconvex constraint of incompressibility.

    Reexamination of continuous fuzzy measurement on two-level systems

    Imposing restrictions on the Feynman paths of the monitored system has in the past been proposed as a universal model-free approach to continuous quantum measurements. Here we revisit this proposition and demonstrate that a Gaussian restriction, resulting in a sequence of many highly inaccurate (weak) von Neumann measurements, is not sufficiently strong to ensure proximity between a readout and the Feynman paths along which the monitored system evolves. Rather, in the continuous limit, the va...
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