Programme of the 6th PhD Mini-Symposium

Instrumentation and Signal Processing
Balázs Fock Development Problems of Power Calibration of High Accuracy
József Németh Integrated Virtual Instrument for On-line Frequency Domain System Identification
Balázs Romhányi Measurements for Determining the Precision, Resolution and Accuracy of the PRIMAS Motion Analyser
Júlia Thomas Data Processing in Marker-Based Motion Analysis
Balázs Vargha Binary Voltage Dividers for DC-resistance Measurement
Csaba Benedecsik Anytime Algorithms in Digital Signal Processing
Márk Fék Reduced Delay Fast Fourier Transformation (RDFFT)
Gábor Szedõ Filter Implementation on FPGAs using CSD Multiplicator Blocks
Cellular Neural Networks
Mátyás Brendel Truncation Learning of Cellular Neural Networks
László Tímár Networks of Language Processors: a Language Theoretic Framework and Simulator for Mainly Locally Connected Processor Arrays
István Petrás Phenomenological CNN Model of Somatosensory Effects
Information Systems
Zsigmond Pap Safeware and Software
Zsolt Németh Implementing Prolog on Multithreaded Architectures
Zoltán Hornák Realization of Access Control Methods
Fault Tolerant Systems
Gábor Huszerl Quantitative Analysis of Dynamic Models
Judit Jávorszky UML Model Verification
Csaba Szász Model-transformation by Database handling
Lõrinc Antoni DSP Applications using VHDL
Artificial Intelligence and Non-linear Systems
Gábor Kis Performance of FM-DCSK Communication System for Multipath Radio Channel
Zoltán Jákó Noise Reduction in DCSK Modulation Scheme by Averaging
Béla A. Frigyik Non-linear Models of Mixed-signal Circuits
Attila Álmos Genetic Based Methods for Fuzzy Model Inversion