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2013 IEEE Eighth International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing

2-5 April 2013

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  • An online load identification algorithm for non-intrusive load monitoring in homes

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    Non-intrusive load monitoring (NILM) systems, employed at the utility-customer interface point, provide real-time power usage data to the grid and present real-time per-appliance price data to consumers. Such information will allow consumers to participate in the electricity market, resulting in energy conservation, demand reduction and other benefits. For these reasons, NILM has become an active ... View full abstract»

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  • SA-A-WSN: Situation-aware adaptation approach for energy conservation in wireless sensor network

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    Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are increasingly being adopted in pervasive computing environments as an important component for gathering environmental context. The resource-scarceness of WSNs raises the requirement to efficiently manage the energy consumed by the sensor for prolonged operation. In this paper, we propose a situation-aware adaptation approach for energy conservation in WSNs. Our p... View full abstract»

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  • Indoor navigational aid using active RFID and QR-code for sighted and blind people

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    The aim of this paper is to describe a new Navigation technique to assist the blind and people with low vision to reach their destinations in an indoor environment. The proposed technique is based on our previous positioning technique using active Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. A Global Positioning System (GPS) does not work efficiently in indoor environments. This research prod... View full abstract»

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  • A wake-up switch using a piezoelectric differential pressure sensor

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    This paper reports a wake-up switch using a piezoelectric differential pressure sensor in order to reduce the power consumption of a wireless sensor node. Air pressure change surrounding the sensor is detected by using a Pb(Zr, Ti)O3(PZT) thin film cantilever with the dimension of 1500 μm × 1000 μm × 2 μm. The sensor has high sensitivity with low power... View full abstract»

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  • Characterization of a new flexible pressure sensor for body sensor networks

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    Pressure sensors are generally used in body sensor networks to measure physical forces exerted by our limbs. Popular sensors include the force sensitive resistor and the piezoelectric sensors, both made of rigid semiconductor technology. However, the application of these sensors to human movement monitoring necessitates that these sensors be made flexible. This paper focuses on the design of flexi... View full abstract»

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  • Intra-cavity absorption sensor based on erbium-doped fiber laser

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    The sensitivity of power to relative cavity loss of the intra-cavity sensor based on erbium-doped fiber laser is investigated. Theoretical analysis and simulation show that the coupling ratio of coupler and the pump power have a great effect on sensitivity of ring intra-cavity sensor. And we have experimentally found that the sensitivity can be significantly enhanced as pump power approaches the t... View full abstract»

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  • Regenerated gratings for high temperature environments: T, strain and breaking point analysis

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    The temperature, strain and breaking point of regenerated gratings are characterised and analysed. View full abstract»

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  • Birefringence imaging for optical sensing of tissue damage

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    We present an automated technique to detect and quantify damage to biological tissue by sensing changes in the tissue's optical birefringence. Birefringence is a property of many types of tissue, which decreases with damage. Using a polarisation-sensitive optical coherence tomography scanner, the method first acquires a 3D scan of the area of tissue under analysis. By calculating the birefringence... View full abstract»

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  • Real-time gradient Cost Establishment (RT-GRACE) for an energy-aware routing in Wireless Sensor Networks

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    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) comprise of tiny and resource-constrained sensor nodes that communicate with each other, through unreliable wireless links. In many applications areas of WSNs, real-time forwarding is required that means that data must be delivered to sink within a specified time frame. This paper proposes an energy-aware real-time routing protocol with gradient cost field establish... View full abstract»

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  • Traffic aware fuzzy-tuned delay range for wireless body area networks medium access control protocol (MAC)

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    Wireless biomedical sensor networks in healthcare have been a great motivation in providing a timely and effective response in healthcare services as one of the many target applications such networks have. Being heterogeneous in real-time traffic attributes associated with each biological sensor, organizing the access to the shared wireless medium becomes a subtle task. This paper exploits a fuzzy... View full abstract»

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  • Wireless accelerometer sensor data filtering using Recursive Least Squares adaptive filter

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    One of the applications of wireless accelerometer sensors is to monitor the human body motion and orientation. Such applications range from medical observations, diagnostics and fall detection to game console and entertainment. In typical wireless accelerometer sensors the received data is affected by the nonlinear environmental noises leading to a decreased resolution and the accuracy of received... View full abstract»

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