This dataset was used in the article "Dias-Audibert FL, Navarro LC, de Oliveira DN, Delafiori J, Melo CFOR, Guerreiro TM, Rosa FT, Petenuci DL, Watanabe MAE, Velloso LA, Rocha AR and Catharino RR (2020) Combining Machine Learning and Metabolomics to Identify Weight Gain Biomarkers. Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. 8:6. doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2020.00006", open access available at: https://doi.org/10.3389/fbioe.2020.00006.

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WGMSML-Data folder contains the mass spectra input data for the Matlab scripts which are in WGMSML-MATLAB-SourceCode folder. WGMSML-ExecutionLogsAndPlots contains logs and plots generated by the execution of the Matlab code over the input data. Main scripts are enumerated in the order of execution.

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Low light scenes often come with acquisition noise, which not only disturbs the viewers, but it also makes video compression harder. These type of videos are often encountered in cinema as a result of artistic perspective or the nature of a scene. Other examples include shots of wildlife (e.g. mobula rays at night in Blue Planet II), concerts and shows, surveillance camera footage and more. Inspired by all above, we are proposing a challenge on encoding low-light captured videos.

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Smart Grids (SG) are a novel paradigm introduced for optimizing the management of the power generation, transmission, distribution and consumption. A SG system can efficiently work only if all the components are connected through a communication network able to satisfy the SG applications requirements. Wireless communications are the most appropriate candidates for handling SG requirements due to their flexibility.

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Supplementary Material for IEEE-TII Transaction Article "Controller Design for Electrical Drives by Deep Reinforcement Learning - a Proof of Concept"

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Adding additional training curves to the article. No instruction required since it is only of illustrative purpose.

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All technologies is adapting renewable energy source to reduce pollution in the environment. Aircraft uses fuel which causes great amount of C02 emission which pollutes the environment. So to reduce the pollution caused by aircrafts,research is going on aircrafts for being converted to more electric aircrafts(MEA) or hybrid aircrafts(HEA) which will require energy storage which is light and of huge capacity. The main challenge is energy storage in aircrafts and I will be discussing about this issue in this report.

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Article 

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Microbial fuel cells (MFC) are one of the best sources of renewable energy but the power density achieved till now is not enough for present as well as future application purpose. Recent research gives us hope that a high amount of power density can be achieved by doing various modifications at different functional levels on the paper based MFC.

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Literature Survey

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One of the materials that is commonly being used in electronics applications is paper. It is flexible, cheap, highly available, and allows for simple manufacturing when paired with methods such as screen printing or inkjet printing. Proposed below is an optogenetic device that uses paper as the sole substrate, with a screen­printed PCB with Ag/AgCl wires. This device was quick and easy to manufacture, unlike the state of the art optoelectronic devices that use polymers and rely on complex fabrication methods such as photolithography.

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Research Article

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Different instruments, satellite data and simulation softwares are available for measuring solar irradiation intensities but efficiency and accuracy of all devices are different. This paper represents detailed comparison of various measuring instruments based on efficiency, cost effectiveness, availability, accuracy, compactness and reliability .Importing solar radiation measurement instruments is very costly from economic and maintenance point of view for developing countries so it is preferred to construct devices from locally available equipments.

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Review Article

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Experiments are conducted on a polishing industrial robot using the CompuGauge robot performance analysis system. The aim of this experiment is to explore the influences of link dimension errors and joint torsional angle errors on the positional accuracy reliability for single coordinate, single point, multipoint and trajectory accuracy of industrial robots.

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Experiments are conducted on a polishing industrial robot to derive the influence of uncertain variables on the positional accuracy reliability. The experimental setup of positional performance for industrial robot. The control signals of the industrial robot are generated by the control cabinet, which designates the robot for predetermined motions. The 3D measurement adaptor, which is installed at the end of the load, pulls the four red lines. Thus, the lengths of the four red lines, which come out from the cable decoder, is changed. The length variation of lines is recorded by the cable decoder and transformed into electrical signals. The electrical signals are then transmitted to the computer through the USB data acquisition to derive thex,yandzcoordinates of the end-effector.

In order to measure the positional accuracy of a single point for the industrial robot, point A (750, −200, 230) is defined as a referenced point. All the units of coordinates are in millimeters in this study. The end-effector of the industrial robot is controlled to repeatedly move to the reference point A with similar speed and posture. Totally, 6664 experiments are carried out.

The positional accuracy test of multipoint is also conducted by defining four referenced points according to the GB/T 12642-2013. The four referenced points are A (750, −200, 230), B (750, 200, 230), C (1150, 200, 630) and D (1150, −200, 630), respectively. The end-effector of the industrial robot sequentially moves to the reference points A, B, C and D with a same speed and posture. The test times in this experiment is also 6664 for each point.

The positional accuracy test is also carried out to measure the accuracy of kinematic trajectory for this industrial robot. The positional points and kinematic trajectory are selected based on GB/T 12642-2013. The end-effector of the industrial robot sequentially moves to the reference points A (750, −200, 230), B (750, 200, 230), C (1150, 200, 630) and D (1150, −200, 630) with a same speed and posture. The test times in this experiment is run 6664 times for each point. The industrial robot is driven by the servo motor to move along the rectangular trajectory with a same speed and posture. In total, the trajectory experiment is carried out 6000 times.

All the datas can be analyzed in MATLAB software.

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This report outlines the derivation of the first-, second-, and third-order Taylor series expansions of the power flow solution; it is the Electronic Companion of the following paper:

R. A. Jabr, “High-order approximate power flow solutions and circular arithmetic applications,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 34, no. 6, pp. 5053-5062, November 2019.

The derivation is carried out in complex variables via the use of Wirtinger calculus.

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