Research

Research Highlights

The Design of Big Data Analytics for Testing & Measurement and Traffic Flow on an Experimental 4G/LTE Network

A cloud-enabled 4G/LTE experimental network in BML at NYCU campus has been utilized to perform various tests and Performance measurements for the endpoints...

Internet of Things (IoT)

With faster Internet speed and the day-by-day miniaturization of the volume of computing platforms, various products in daily life can collect external data via sensors, and acquire added value through exchange and analysis of that information.

Applications of SDN & Cloud in 4G/LTE & 5G Wireless Networks

A cloud-enabled 4G/LTE experimental network in BML at NYCU campus has been utilized to perform various tests and Performance measurements for the endpoints...

Research content and results in 5G - Research on the role played by 5G in IoT of the future, Big Data, Cloud, and Software Defined Networking (SDN).

The fast technology development of 5G mobile broadband (5G), Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data Analytics (Big Data), Cloud Computing (Cloud) and Software Defined ...

Six-Piece Chess

Also called Connected Six Piece, this game was created to improve the unfair situation in Five-Piece Chess/Gomoku, when the person going first always wins. Aside from the first turn, when the black side puts down one piece, every subsequent turn both the black and white sides put down two pieces per turn, with the side that connects six pieces in a row winning the game. Professor Wu Yih-Cheng of our college first presented Six-Piece Chess/Six-in-a-Row Chess at the 11th Advancesin Computer Games conference in September of 2005, and developed with Graduate student Huang Teh-Yen the first Artificial Intelligence computer programmed Six-Piece Chess. In 2006, Six-Piece Chess/Six-in-a-Row Chess further became one of the competitions of the 11th Computer Olympiad.

Post-Production Visuals

Post-Production visuals can bring lots of added value, such as turning a photo into oil painting or watercolor painting, or fixing the problems caused by hand trembling during the shooting of the picture or video in order to enhance image quality.

Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) maps with departure and destination stations as the main focus.

MRT maps can help the user find his or her way between different areas of the city via riding public transit. The key information displayed by this map is the node structure of the transport network, and not precise geographical locations. This characteristic also allows the map to take many different looks. We display the complicated MRT map on smartphones, and utilize its internet connection and computing capabilities to help the user choose the best route. Because smartphone screens are usually not large, the user often needs to repeatedly zoom in and out, as well as slide around to inspect different routes, causing lots of inconvenience. Our system automatically enlarges the route that the user needs to take at the moment, and minimize the rest, in recreating the entire MRT map. Stations are labeled with their names to achieve simple and clear display.