Kongzhi yu Juece/Control and Decision (ISSN:1001-0920) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus indexed journal originally founded in 1986. It is sponsored by the Ministry of Education, china and Northeastern University, china. Kongzhi yu Juece/Control and Decision (ISSN:1001-0920) has always adhered to the correct purpose of running the journal, and has been committed to gathering and disseminating excellent academic achievements, inspiring technological innovation, and promoting the development of disciplines in my country.Aiming at major national needs and international frontiers, this journal has published a large number of original and high-level research result. The journal was selected into the "China Science and Technology Journal Excellence Action Plan Project" in December 2019.In the future, it will strive to build an open innovation, collaborative integration.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) plays a crucial role in diagnosing brain disorders, with stroke being a significant category among them. Recent studies emphasize the importance of swift treatment for stroke, known as "time is brain," as early intervention within six hours of stroke onset can save lives and improve outcomes. However, the conventional manual diagnosis of brain stroke by neuroradiologists is subjective and time-consuming. To address this issue, this study presents an automatic technique for detecting, segmenting, and classifying brain stroke lesions from MRI images. The techniqu
The cosmetic industry faces the challenge of detecting mercury contamination in their products, which can lead to harmful health effects such as renal damage, anxiety, depression, and memory loss. This project focuses on developing an IoT-based mercury substance detector for cosmetic products. It involves selecting a suitable sensor, determining the mercury detection range in cosmetics, and building an IoT circuit. The software tools used are Arduino IDE, Blynk, and Google Spreadsheet. Arduino IDE is employed for coding the NodeMCU, while Blynk and Google Spreadsheet receive data from the Node
An analysis of a generic damping system is developed through finite element simulations. The analysis is divided into three stages: a structural static analysis, a modal analysis based on the stationary structural analysis, and a structural transient analysis aimed at obtaining the deformation profile of the damping system. An instantaneous force was applied to simulate the impact effect on the generic damper. Consequently, the obtained results allow us to present the maximum permissible load for the system, based on a safety factor criterion of 1.4 for this study. Additionally, we showcase st
The gravitational vortex turbine (GVT) is an increasingly popular alternative for energy generation and consumption due to its easy manufacturing and low maintenance requirements. This study focuses on key aspects of the GVT, including the design of the rotor, the tank geometry, and the formation of the vortex. The tank geometry and vortex formation were also considered in this study. Different tank geometries, such as conical and cylindrical tanks, were evaluated, with experimental and numerical analyses conducted to compare their efficiencies. The conical tank demonstrated superior performan
This paper introduces an innovative asset-tracking system driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), revolutionizing the landscape of asset management through the seamless integration of advanced hardware and software elements. Central to this system is the ESP32 microcontroller, serving as the orchestrator of a sophisticated ecosystem. Indoor asset tracking leverages Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, utilizing RFID tags for accurate asset identification and localization within indoor environments. Conversely, outdoor tracking exploits the Global Positioning System (GPS) module, e