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International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems

Professor Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

Exeley Inc. (New York)

Subject: Computational Science & Engineering , Engineering, Electrical & Electronic

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VOLUME 2 , ISSUE 1 (March 2009) - List of articles

Scalability and Performance Issues in Deeply Embedded Sensor Systems

Prasanna Sridhar/ Asad M. Madni

The property of scalability for a given system indicates the ability of a system or a subsystem to be modified with changing load on the system. For a sufficiently large complex system, there are several factors that influence the ability of the system to scale. It is necessary to incorporate solutions to these factors (or bottlenecks) in the design for scalability of a given system. In this paper, we discuss such design principles to handle the key factors that influence the scalability of larg(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-335

A LOCATION-AWARE CALL FORWARDING MANAGER SYSTEM FOR A SMART TELEPHONY NETWORK OF THE SMART SPACE

Heng-Chih Huang/ Yueh-Min Huang/ Kuan-Chieh Chiu

A smart space, such as smart sensor rooms, an office, or simply an area, requires a smart telephony network for an effective voice communication between users. Nowadays, modern Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system does not only provide telephone exchange, but also supports many heterogeneous telephony networks and provides many other useful functions as well. Despite its powerfulness, PBX still cannot achieve a basic requirement for a smart space: It cannot adapt its surroundings automatically, (..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-336

An Attitude Based Multi-agent Problem Solving in a Hostile World

Madhu Goyal

In multi-agent setting agent often encounter conflicts in agents’ plans and actions. This paper presents an attitude based cooperative decision making methodology that allows agents to act appropriately to various options in a hostile and dynamic fire world. It shows that attitude based decision making explore the attitudes and behaviors that help agents to solve problems constructively. The application and implementation of this methodology to a virtual fire- fighting domain has revealed a prom(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-337

STUDY OF SUPERHYDROPHILIC NANOPARTICLE-BASED ULTRA-THIN FILMS TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPTICAL FIBER HUMIDITY SENSORS

Miguel Hernaez/ Ignacio R. Matias/ Jesus M. Corres/ Javier Goicoechea/ Javier Bravo/ Francisco J. Arregui

The study of new nanostructured transparent materials in order to control the permeability properties of the objects is a very interesting field of research due to its enormous applications in optical and electronics among others. With the aim of achieving superhydrophilic coatings it is very important to control some coating parameters such as the water affinity of the coating materials and the overall thickness and roughness at the nanometer scale. In this work transparent superhydrophilic ult(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-338

K-BARRIER COVERAGE WITH A DIRECTIONAL SENSING MODEL

Kuo-Feng Ssu/ Wei-Tong Wang/ Feng-Kuang Wu/ Tzu-Ting Wu

The use of wireless sensor networks to protect sensitive facilities or international borders has attracted more and more attention. In contrast to previous studies in which the barrier coverage problem was solved under the assumption of an omni-directional sensing model, the current study presents a scheme for constructing k-barrier coverage using randomly deployed sensors with directional sensing model. The performance of the proposed scheme was evaluated using the ns-2 network simulator and co(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-339

LF Indoor Location and Identification System

Antti Ropponen/ Matti Linnavuo/ Raimo Sepponen

In this paper, a low-frequency RFID location system based on a matrix of quad antennae placed under a floor surface is described. A prototype system was used for parameterisation and feasibility tests. The results show that it is possible to build a location system using floor quad antennae.

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-340

DESIGN OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SENSING NETWORKS FOR TUNNELS, TRAINS AND BUILDINGS

S. K. Palit/ Stuart. Bickerstaff/ Chris Langmaid

This paper deals with the various assumptions used in the design and analysis of distributed antenna system (DAS) for trains, tunnels and in-building wireless radio coverage. The design includes handover overlap design, base station connectivity, signal reticulation using splitters, couplers, bi-directional amplifiers, attenuators, discrete antennas, radiating cables and opto-electric couplers etc. It is found that signal strength, noise, intermodulation calculated for the up and down links are (..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-341

OSGi-Based Context-Aware Middleware for Building Intelligent Services in a Smart Home Environment

SHU-CHEN CHENG/ CHIEN-FENG LAI

Context awareness technology is a key technology of digital home that brings a more convenient life. Context awareness technology is a system that catches the information from the sensor network, which is built in environment, the network could get the environment data immediately, and through this data information that network provides, the system could do the exactly the right thing that help people's like getting better. These information data could be location, temperature or humidity. Howev(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-342

POSITIONING ACCURACY AND MULTI-TARGET SEPARATION WITH A HUMAN TRACKING SYSTEM USING NEAR FIELD IMAGING

H. Rimminen/ J. Lindström/ R. Sepponen

We analyze the performance of a novel human tracking system, which uses the electric near field to sense human presence. The positioning accuracy with moving targets is measured using raw observations, observation centroids and Kalman filtered centroids. In addition to this, the multi-target discrimination performance is studied with two people and a Rao-Blackwellized Monte Carlo data association algorithm. A reel-based triangulation system is used as the reference positioning system. The mean p(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-343

Normalization techniques for gas sensor array as applied to classification for black tea

Bipan Tudu/ Bikram Kow/ Nabarun Bhattacharyya/ Rajib Bandyopadhyay

Assessment of black tea quality is a difficult task due to the presence of a large number of chemical compounds. The present day practice in the tea industry for this purpose is to employ the tea-tasters, who evaluate the quality based on their experience and professional acumen. There is a dire need in the industry to assess the tea quality objectively using instrumental methods. In this pursuit, an electronic nose instrument with five gas sensors has been developed and deployed for declaring t(..)

DOI: 10.21307/ijssis-2017-344

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