Design of an intraoral artificial larynx

Göker, İmran | Özkan, Mehmet

Article | 2004 | Istanbul University Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering4 ( 2 ) , pp.1171 - 1176

In this study,an electronic intra-oral artificial larynx system is designed. The objective of this study is to provide an alternative speech rehabilitation method to the totally-laryngectomized patients that will generate vibrations of fundamental frequency of human vocal cords. A prototype based on that design that is mounted into a dental prosthesis is established. The design of that system is presented in this paper.

A platform for software engineering course projects

Aygün, Birol

Other | 2004 | Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences12 ( 2 ) , pp.107 - 116

The importance of projects in software engineering courses is well known. Both synthetic and real-life projects have various advantages and disadvantages. Our aim was to create a framework where students can develop projects which reflect some of the complexities of real-life, involving many concurrent, interacting, asynchronous processes, each in a different stage of development, with wide temporal differences among them - some occurring- within millisconds of each other and others executing sporadically over much longer periods. In this project, which was carried out in different arrangements in several software engineering course . . .s in three universities, the students developed both the sub- and super-structures required, with varying degrees of success. The projects were performed in parallel with and subsequent to one-semester courses in software engineering. The development was performed in accordance with the principles established in the lectures. The sub-structure consists of a discrete-time event simulator and a message passing mechanism. It can support many different super-structures. The super-structure we created was an e-business community simulator where a manufacturer, its trading partners and the transactions among them were simulated. In this paper we summarize the project and our experiences during the development. A literature search for similar projects for software engineering education did not yield any hits. However several reported industrial projects for virtual supply chain management were examined. Our project on the other hand was tailored for implementation by student groups in one semester with the primary purpose of getting experience in complex, multi-group software development rather than immediate industrial use of the software Daha fazlası Daha az

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