Research Paper
1. Applying Genetic Algorithm to EEG Signals for Feature Reduction in Mental Task Classification

Alireza Rezaee

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 1-4

Abstract
  Brain-Computer interface systems are a new mode of communication which provides a new path between brain and its surrounding by processing EEG signals measured in different mental states.  Therefore, choosing suitable features is demanded for a good BCI communication. In this regard, one of the ...  Read More

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2. Dynamic Demand Management in an Airconditioner System by Frequency Control in Smart Grid Environment

Sevda Allahyari; Shahram Javadi

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 5-9

Abstract
  As there is a rapid growth both in the number of power consumers and also the limitations energy resources, it is clearly accepted that the old version of power grid must change into smart grid from head to toe. One of the most important advantages of smart grid which makes it much more exclusive rather ...  Read More

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3. Per Unit Coding for Combined Economic Emission Load Dispatch using Smart Algorithms

Naser Ghorbani; Ebrahim Babaei; Sara Laali; Payam Farhadi

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 11-21

Abstract
  This paper proposes per unit coding for combined economic emission load dispatch problem. In the proposed coding, it is possible to apply the percent effects of elements in any number and with high accuracy in objective function. In the proposed per unit coding, each function is transformed into per ...  Read More

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4. A Novel Resistive Capacitive Feedback Trans-impedance Amplifier Optimization Using IPSO Algorithm

Hamid Niyazi; Fakhralsadat Rastegari; Majid Pourahmadi

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 23-29

Abstract
  A novel low noise trans-impedance amplifier is proposed using low cost 0.18 µm CMOS technology. A resistive-capacitive feedback is used to extend the bandwidth of the amplifier. As the structure is inductor less, it is suitable for low cost integrated optical interconnects. In this paper Improved ...  Read More

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5. Load Frequency Control in Power Systems Using Multi Objective Genetic Algorithm & Fuzzy Sliding Mode Control

M. Khosraviani; M. Jahanshahi; M. Farahani; A.R. Zare Bidaki

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 31-42

Abstract
  This study proposes a combination of a fuzzy sliding mode controller (FSMC) with integral-proportion-Derivative switching surface based superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) and PID tuned by a multi-objective optimization algorithm to solve the load frequency control in power systems. The goal ...  Read More

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6. Providing A New Characteristic for Overcurrent Relays

Keyvan Allahmoradi; Mohsen Farshad; Omid Bahrampour

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 43-48

Abstract
  This with the integration of distributed generation (DG) to meshed distribution systems, the operating time of the protective system becomes a major concern in order to avoid nuisance DG tripping. This paper proposes a new tripping characteristic for directional overcurrent relays (DOCRs) that can achieve ...  Read More

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7. Improvement of Coverage Algorithm in WSN in Terms of Sensor Numbers and Power Amount

Iman Khandani; Reza Sabbaghi-Nadooshan; Fardad Farokhi

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 49-52

Abstract
  Wireless sensor networks(WSN) have unique properties that distinguished them from other wireless networks and have special challenges. Not-chargeable, not-changeable and limited power supplies of sensor nodes is the most important challenge of this networks, and if the power supply of node expired, a ...  Read More

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8. A Novel Approach to Trace Time-Domain Trajectories of Power Systems in Multiple Time Scales Based Flatness

Mohsen Radan; Alireza Tvakoli Dinani

Volume 05, Issue 01 , February 2016, Pages 53-58

Abstract
  This paper works on the concept of flatness and its practical application for the design of an optimal transient controller in a synchronous machine. The feedback linearization scheme of interest requires the generation of a flat output from which the feedback control law can easily be designed. Thus ...  Read More