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Sep 21, 2022Open    Access

The Effect of Typographic Modifications on Pupil and Blink Behavior in Dyslexic and Non-Dyslexic Readers

Louise Tooze
This paper examines the effect of four typographic modification variables among a group of dyslexic and non-dyslexic adults (18 - 45 y) during English reading. The eye movement recordings of 14 participants dyslexic (n = 2) and non-dyslexic (n = 14) readers were analyzed by examining the following parameters: pupil diameter, blink count, blink duration and blink frequency. The typographic modification variables assessed co comprise font color, background color, line spacing and font type. It was...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.9, 2022

Mar 06, 2015Open    Access

Design of a 16.5 Megapixel Camera Lens for a Mobile Phone

Yuke Ma, V. N. Borovytsky
A 16.5 megapixel camera lens for a mobile phone is designed. The lens consists of 3 plastic aspheric lenses, one glass spheric lens and an infrared glass filter. CMOS OV16850 with a pixel size of 1.12 micrometers from Omni Vision is used as an image sensor. The lens has an effective focal length of 4.483 mm, a F-number of 2.50, a field-of-view (FOV) of 76.2 degree, and a total length of 5.873 mm. The maximum distortion of the lens is less than 2.0%. The minimum value of all field relative illumi...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.2, 2015

Jul 29, 2014Open    Access

Simulation and Comparative Analysis of SS-LMS & RLS Algorithms for Electronic Dispersion Compensation

Gurpreet Kaur, Gurmeet Kaur

In this paper electronic feed forward equalization is performed to mitigate the link chromatic dispersion. The equalizer coefficients are computed by a decision-directed process based on the sign-sign least mean square and the recursive least square algorithm. Therefore, this paper evaluates the performance of these algorithms in chromatic dispersion compensation at bit rate of 10 Gb/s. This paper compares these two adaptation algorithms for receiver based on analogue elec

Open Access Library J.   Vol.1, 2014


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