• ACTor: A Practical, Modular, and Adaptable Autonomous Vehicle Research Platform

    2018 IEEE International Conference on ElectroInformation Technology (EIT) The Autonomous Campus Transport (ACTor) project is a new research-focused project that aims to provide LTU students hands-on experience working with an autonomous vehicle. The project has two primary goals. First, to provide a platform which student research projects can built upon, and second, to be used for transportation of students and visitors to and from various buildings on campus. Aside from the drive-by-wire system, all vehicle software and hardware has been written and installed exclusively by university students. This paper describes the hardware and software frameworks used to implement various autonomous and safety features of the vehicle. View on Google Scholar

  • Learning Julia - Packt Publishing

    Role: Technical editor The book presents the fundamentals of programming in Julia and in-depth informative examples, using a step-by-step approach. You will be taken through concepts and examples such as doing simple mathematical operations, creating loops, metaprogramming, functions, collections, multiple dispatch, and so on.

  • Application of HDR algorithms to solve direct sunlight problems when autonomous vehicles using machine vision systems are driving into sun

    Computers In Industry, 2018 - Elsevier Solve the direct sunlight problem using high dynamic range imaging and Mertens exposure fusion algorithm. View on Google Scholar

  • A Catalog of Photometric Redshift and the Distribution of Broad Galaxy Morphologies

    Galaxies, 2018 - MDPI We created a catalog of photometric redshift of~ 3,000,000 SDSS galaxies annotated by their broad morphology. The photometric redshift was optimized by testing and comparing several pattern recognition algorithms and variable selection strategies, trained and tested on a subset of the galaxies in the catalog that had spectra.... View on Google Scholar