Publication detail

Communication Switch for Seismic Active Area

ŠKORPIL, V. ZEDNÍČEK, P.

Original Title

Communication Switch for Seismic Active Area

English Title

Communication Switch for Seismic Active Area

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Communication network in the field of geology, for the seismic active areas must have, given the difficulty of the environment, the advanced controlled switches, the earthquake epicentres with specific fault zones must be serviced. We propose a model of the switch, which would be for its advanced properties for an active seismic territory very suitable in this paper. Part of the research were described previously, in this contribution we focused to yet non-published conclusions. Switch suitable for the seismic active area is controlled progressively using artificial intelligence, such as neural networks or evolutionary algorithms and not classical sequential circuits. Switching is more reliable, faster and better meets the demands of the environment. Switches the main role of the processing of a received data according to the results of the processing units and the direction of these data to the relevant networks. It is important to maintain the quality of service, therefore questions of the packet delay, jitter, priority processing, etc. In the seismic areas are the services sensitive primarily to the delay, jitter, error rates and sensitive nondeterministic behaviour, for example random delay.

English abstract

Communication network in the field of geology, for the seismic active areas must have, given the difficulty of the environment, the advanced controlled switches, the earthquake epicentres with specific fault zones must be serviced. We propose a model of the switch, which would be for its advanced properties for an active seismic territory very suitable in this paper. Part of the research were described previously, in this contribution we focused to yet non-published conclusions. Switch suitable for the seismic active area is controlled progressively using artificial intelligence, such as neural networks or evolutionary algorithms and not classical sequential circuits. Switching is more reliable, faster and better meets the demands of the environment. Switches the main role of the processing of a received data according to the results of the processing units and the direction of these data to the relevant networks. It is important to maintain the quality of service, therefore questions of the packet delay, jitter, priority processing, etc. In the seismic areas are the services sensitive primarily to the delay, jitter, error rates and sensitive nondeterministic behaviour, for example random delay.

Keywords

Seismic, Network Element, Neural Network, Model, Simulation

RIV year

2011

Released

21.01.2011

Publisher

NAUN

Location

Athens

ISBN

1998-4499

Periodical

International Journal of Geology

Year of study

5

Number

3

State

GR

Pages from

60

Pages to

65

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT75294,
  author="Vladislav {Škorpil} and Petr {Zedníček}",
  title="Communication Switch for Seismic Active Area",
  annote="Communication network in the field of geology, for the seismic active areas must have, given the difficulty of the environment, the advanced controlled switches, the earthquake epicentres  with specific fault zones must be serviced. We propose a model of the switch, which would be for its advanced properties for an active seismic territory very suitable in this paper. Part of the research were described previously, in this contribution we focused to yet  non-published conclusions. Switch suitable for the seismic active area is controlled progressively using artificial intelligence, such as neural networks or evolutionary algorithms and not classical sequential circuits. Switching is more reliable, faster and better meets the demands of the environment. Switches the main role of the processing of a received data according to the results of the processing units and the direction of these data to the relevant networks. It is important to maintain the quality of service, therefore questions of the packet delay, jitter, priority processing, etc. In the seismic areas are the services  sensitive primarily to the delay, jitter, error rates and sensitive nondeterministic behaviour, for example random delay.",
  address="NAUN",
  chapter="75294",
  institution="NAUN",
  number="3",
  volume="5",
  year="2011",
  month="january",
  pages="60--65",
  publisher="NAUN",
  type="journal article - other"
}