I am an associate professor in Engineering at Arizona State
To reach me:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (480) 965-2045
Fax: (480) 965-8325
Arizona State University East
Department of Engineering
7001 E. Williams Field Road, Bldg 50
Mesa, AZ 85212
Pedagogy and Teaching
I have lately become interested in engineering pedagogy as a scholarly
discipline. Some interesting references are here.
In the Fall 2004 semseter, I am teaching EEE
My primary area of interest is engineering applications of
theory and particularly decision theory. My current research topics
include attentive sensors (sensor allocation and scheduling) and target
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- H. Shah and D. Morrell, “An
Adaptive Zoom Algorithm For Tracking Targets Using Pan-Tilt-Zoom Cameras,”
Proceedings of ICASSP’04,
May 2004, Volume II, pp. II721–II-724.
- A. Chhetri, D. Morrell, and A. Papandreou-Suppappola, “The Use of Particle Filtering with
the Unscented Transform to Schedule Sensors Multiple Steps Ahead,” Proceedings of ICASSP’04, May 2004,
Volume II, pp. II-301–II-304.
- T. Stevens and D. Morrell, “Minimization
of Sensor Usage for Target Tracking in a Network of Irregularly Spaced
Sensors,” (Invited paper), IEEE
Workshop on Statistical Signal Processing, September 2003, pp.
- A. Chhetri, D. Morrell, and A. Papandreou-Suppappola, “Scheduling Multiple Sensors using
Particle Filters in Target Tracking” (Invited paper), IEEE Workshop on Statistical Signal
Processing, September 2003, pp. 549–552.
- Y. Xue and D. Morrell, "Target
and Data Fusion using Multiple Adaptive Foveal Sensors," Proceedings of the 6th International
Conference on Information Fusion, July 2003, pp 326-333.
- D. Morrell and W. Stirling, "An
Extended Set-valued Kalman
Filter," 3rd International
Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities and
Their Applications, July 2003, pp. 396-407.
- Y. Xue and D. Morrell, "Adaptive
Foveal Sensor for Target Tracking," Conference Record of the 36th Asilomar
Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, November 2002,
- D. R. Morrell and Y. Xue, "Bayesian
Analysis of Target Localization using a Dual-Mode Sensor," Proceedings of the 2002
International Conference on
Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, May 2002, pp.
- D. R. Morrell and Y. Xue, "Analysis
of and Heuristics for Sensor Configuration in a Simple Target
Localization Problem," Conference
Record of the 35th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and
Computers, November 2001, pp. 1391-1395.
- C. Champlin and D. Morrell, "Target
Tracking Using Arbitrarily Located Detectors and a Continuous-State
Viterbi Algorithm," Conference
Record of the 34th Asilomar
Signals, Systems, and Computers, October 2000, pp. 1100–1104.