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    • Active particles in complex and crowded environments 

      Bechinger, C.; Di Leonardo, R.; Löwen, H.; Reichhardt, C.; Volpe, G. (American Physical Society, 2016-11)
      Differently from passive Brownian particles, active particles, also known as self-propelled Brownian particles or microswimmers and nanoswimmers, are capable of taking up energy from their environment and converting it ...
    • Incorporating doppler velocity measurement for track initiation and maintenance 

      Kural, F.; Arıkan, F.; Arıkan, Orhan; Efe, M. (IET, 2006)
      Performance of multiple target tracking algorithms in complex environments heavily relies on the success of track initiation and measurement-to-track association algorithms. Doppler velocity measurement is the major ...