Lucia Ramirez and Gustavo Vejarano, "Diminishing
Patient Noncompliance in Physical Therapy using Motion Capture
Technologies," in SHPE 2014 Undergraduate Student Technical
Poster Competition, Detroit, MI, USA, Nov. 2014.
 Nicole Gobreial, Jeanette Ricci, Nathan Reyes, Gustavo
Vejarano, and Todd Shoepe, "Movement and Work
Quantification in Elastic Variable Resistance Exercise," in Southwest
Chapter Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine,
Costa Mesa, CA, USA, Oct. 2014.
Lizbeth Rojas and Gustavo
Vejarano, "Development of a Wireless Motion-Capture
System (Mocap) System for the Human Leg," in 25th Anniversary HENAAC Conference
Great Minds in STEM, New Orleans, LA, USA, Oct. 2013.
 Owen Dominguez and Gustavo
Vejarano, "Packet Loss Prediction for a Motion-Capture
(MoCap) System," in SACNAS
National Conference 2013 (SACNAS'13), San Antonio, TX,
USA, Oct. 2013.
 Dai Meng and Gustavo
Vejarano, "Motion Capture of the Human Elbow using the
Earth's Magnetic Field and Gravity," in Graduate Research Symposium,
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Apr. 2013.
 Leonard Turcios, Andrew Petersen, and Gustavo Vejarano,
"Upper-Limb Motion-Capture (MoCap) Testbed," in Undergraduate Research Symposium,
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Mar. 2013.
 Jay Lee and Gustavo
Vejarano, "Motion-Capture (MoCap) Musical System," in Graduate Research Symposium,
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Apr. 2012.
Gustavo Vejarano, Joseph
Makar, Ritwik Dubey, and Janise McNair, "Tactical Bandwidth Booster
for Seamless Communication in Hybrid Networks: PSNR Guarantees
for Video Communication," technical
report for US Army, Nov. 2010.  Gustavo Vejarano and Janise
and Evaluation of IEEE 802.16 Wireless Mesh Networks with
Distributed Scheduling," technical report for OPNET
University Program, March 2010.
 Gustavo Vejarano,
Dexiang Wang, Xiaoyuan Li, and Janise McNair, "PESQ and MED Guarantees for
Voice Communications over Hybrid Wireless Networks," technical report for US Army,
 Gustavo Vejarano, Dexiang
Wang, Xiaoyuan Li, and Janise McNair, "Tactical Bandwidth Booster
for VoIP in Hybrid Wireless Networks," technical report for US Army, May 2009.
 Dexiang Wang, Gustavo
Vejarano, Xiaoyuan Li, and Janise McNair, "Design, Implementation, and
Performance Evaluation of an Adaptive Delay-Jitter-Smoothing
Algorithm for Real-Time Traffic over Heterogeneous Networks," technical report for US Army,
Projects/Simulators WIMU Motion Capture (Dai Meng and Gustavo Vejarano, 2013)
WIMU Motion Capture is a system that measures joint angles
of the human body using a wireless sensor network of Shimmer IMU
nodes. The principle of operation is based on measurements of
the alignments of the different limb segments with the earth's
gravity and magnetic fields.
WiMAX-RBDS-Sim (Gustavo Vejarano and Janise
WiMAX-RBDS-Sim is a simulation model for IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX)
wireless mesh networks with distributed scheduling for the OPNET Modeler.
It provides a framework for the evaluation of reservation-based
distributed scheduling (RBDS) policies at the medium access
control (MAC) layer. It provides interfaces for the integration
of RBDS policies and link-establishment algorithms.
Vejarano and Fabio Guerrero, 2005)
The cdma2000-UV simulator is a MATLAB implementation of
the physical layer of the mobile commuciation technology
cdma2000 1X. The simulator estimates the performance of
transmissions between the user's mobile device and a cdma2000 1X
base station under several test environments such as outdoor to
indoor data transmissions and outdoor transmissions from users
in a moving vehicle.