Intelligent Technical Systems [electronic resource] / edited by Natividad Martínez Madrid, Ralf E.D. Seepold.
Contributor(s): Seepold, Ralf E.D [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering: 38Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2009Description: online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402098239.Subject(s): Engineering | Computer Communication Networks | Information systems | Physics | Telecommunication | Engineering | Complexity | Computer Communication Networks | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Communications Engineering, NetworksDDC classification: 620 Online resources: Click here to access online
Multimedia Systems -- Smart Wireless Image Sensors for Video Surveillance -- Policy Management Architecture for Multimedia Services in a Multi-Provider Scenario -- Embedding Multi-Task Address-Event-Representation Computation -- End to End UPnP AudioVisual Service Provisioning and Management -- Virtual Development Environment for Embedded Systems Using ARMulator and SystemC Models -- Embedded Programming -- Rule-Set Extraction from C-Code -- Real Time Implementation of Fuzz-Face Electric Guitar Effect -- Providing Standardized Fixed-Point Arithmetics for Embedded C Programs -- Middleware Platforms -- A Home E-Health System for Dependent People Based on OSGI -- Transparent IP Cores Integration Based on the Distributed Object Paradigm -- Platform Modeling in Safety-Critical Embedded Systems -- Service Platform for E-Safety Automotive Intelligent System -- Sensor Networks and Autonomous Systems -- Intelligent, Fault Adaptive Control of Autonomous Systems -- Digital Open-Loop Control of a Piezoelectric Valve for Household Appliances -- Comining Quantitative and Qualitative Models with Active Observtions to Improve Diagnosis of Complex Systems -- Intelligent Engineering -- Object Memory Management for Constrained Devices with Heterogeneous Memories -- Efficient Computation of Min and Max Sensor Values in Multihop Networks -- A Low-Cost FPGA-Based Embedded Fingerprint Verification and Matching System -- FPGA-Rootkits -- Bridging the Requirements to Design Traceability Gap.
Intelligent technical systems are networked, embedded systems incorporating real-time capacities that are able to interact with and adapt to their environments. These systems need innovative approaches in order to meet requirements like cost, size, power and memory consumption, as well as real-time compliance and security. Intelligent Technical Systems covers different levels like multimedia systems, embedded programming, middleware platforms, sensor networks and autonomous systems and applications for intelligent engineering. Each level is discussed by a set of original articles summarizing the state of the art and presenting a concrete application; they include a deep discussion of their model and explain all design decisions relevant to obtain a mature solution. The multimedia processing systems provide solutions for image processing, multimedia platform design and discovery protocols. The embedded programming section shows approaches in physical modelling and specification, knowledge extraction from code, real-time compilers and library development. Middleware platforms for intelligent technical systems connect different applications on networked devices via services. The main aspects handled in this part are dynamic configuration, integration of hardware and software communication, sensor integration and virtualisation. The sensor networks part discusses the deployment of sensor networks, low-cost actuators and intelligent, fault-tolerant design of autonomous mobile robots. The final section presents different applications of intelligent engineering, discussing memory management, requirement traceability, and security aspects. The results presented will help researchers and engineers to keep ahead with their knowledge in the rapidly evolving field of intelligent technical systems.