Computer network, Real-time computing, Distributed computing, Wireless sensor network and Wireless network are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Set and Information sharing in addition to Computer network. His Real-time computing research integrates issues from SIGNAL, Bayesian network, Service and Mobile phone.
His study in Distributed computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Workstation, The Internet and Data transmission. His Wireless sensor network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computer engineering, Spoofing attack, Authentication, Mobile wireless sensor network and Wireless WAN. His Wireless network study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Range.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Neutron diffraction, Real-time computing, Chemical engineering and Crystallography. His Computer network study often links to related topics such as Wireless network. His Neutron diffraction research incorporates themes from Ion, Phosphate glass and Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance.
His Real-time computing study frequently involves adjacent topics like Wireless.
Richard Martin focuses on Switched reluctance motor, Chemical engineering, Magnet, Bioactive glass and Torque. In the subject of general Switched reluctance motor, his work in Reluctance motor is often linked to Torque ripple and Inductance, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His biological study deals with issues like Mineralogy, which deal with fields such as Neutron and Neutron diffraction.
Richard Martin has included themes like Automotive engineering and Ferrite in his Magnet study. The concepts of his Bioactive glass study are interwoven with issues in Sol-gel, Bone regeneration, Simulated body fluid and Nuclear chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Torque brings together such families of science as Stator and Rotor.
Richard Martin mainly focuses on Switched reluctance motor, Automotive engineering, Magnet, Simulation and Torque. His work in the fields of Switched reluctance motor, such as Reluctance motor, overlaps with other areas such as Torque ripple. His studies in Magnet integrate themes in fields like Polarization, Optoelectronics, Nuclear physics, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Microwave.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Steering wheel, Gyroscope, Vehicle dynamics, False positive rate and Inertial measurement unit. His Steering wheel research includes themes of Data acquisition, Event, Real-time computing and Usability. Richard Martin usually deals with Torque and limits it to topics linked to Stator and Fault, Fault tolerance and Topology.
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The limits of localization using signal strength: a comparative study
E. Elnahrawy;Xiaoyan Li;R.P. Martin.
sensor, mesh and ad hoc communications and networks (2004)
Bayesian indoor positioning systems
D. Madigan;E. Einahrawy;R.P. Martin;W.-H. Ju.
international conference on computer communications (2005)
Detecting and Localizing Wireless Spoofing Attacks
Yingying Chen;W. Trappe;R.P. Martin.
sensor mesh and ad hoc communications and networks (2007)
PlanetP: using gossiping to build content addressable peer-to-peer information sharing communities
F.M. Cuenca-Acuna;C. Peery;R.P. Martin;T.D. Nguyen.
high performance distributed computing (2003)
Effects of communication latency, overhead, and bandwidth in a cluster architecture
Richard P. Martin;Amin M. Vahdat;David E. Culler;Thomas E. Anderson.
international symposium on computer architecture (1997)
Protein interactions studied by SAXS: effect of ionic strength and protein concentration for BSA in aqueous solutions
Fajun Zhang;Maximilian W. A. Skoda;Robert M. J. Jacobs;Richard A. Martin.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2007)
Axial-flux permanent-magnet air-cored generator for small-scale wind turbines
J.R. Bumby;R. Martin.
IEE proceedings : electric power applications, 2005, Vol.152(5), pp.1065-1075 [Peer Reviewed Journal] (2005)
Topological versus chemical ordering in network glasses at intermediate and extended length scales
Philip S. Salmon;Richard A. Martin;Philip E. Mason;Philip E. Mason;Gabriel J. Cuello.
A Practical Approach to Landmark Deployment for Indoor Localization
Yingying Chen;John-austen Francisco;Wade Trappe;Richard Martin.
sensor, mesh and ad hoc communications and networks (2006)
Detecting driver phone use leveraging car speakers
Jie Yang;Simon Sidhom;Gayathri Chandrasekaran;Tam Vu.
acm/ieee international conference on mobile computing and networking (2011)
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