Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Doctoral Theses

Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • O'Dwyer, Edward (University College Cork, 2016)
    Model predictive control (MPC) has often been referred to in literature as a potential method for more efficient control of building heating systems. Though a significant performance improvement can be achieved with an MPC ...
  • Kelly, James Francis (University College Cork, 2016)
    A novel numerical model of a Bent Backwards Duct Buoy (BBDB) Oscillating Water Column (OWC) Wave Energy Converter was created based on existing isolated numerical models of the different energy conversion systems utilised ...
  • McCarthy, Brian M (University College Cork, 2015)
    Oscillometric blood pressure (BP) monitors are currently used to diagnose hypertension both in home and clinical settings. These monitors take BP measurements once every 15 minutes over a 24 hour period and provide a ...
  • Zeinolabedini, Nasim (University College Cork, 2015)
    Power efficiency is one of the most important constraints in the design of embedded systems since such systems are generally driven by batteries with limited energy budget or restricted power supply. In every embedded ...
  • Ronan, Robert (University College Cork, 2016)
    Bilinear pairings can be used to construct cryptographic systems with very desirable properties. A pairing performs a mapping on members of groups on elliptic and genus 2 hyperelliptic curves to an extension of the finite ...

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