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Embedded Systems with IEEE 1451.1 on Internet

Originální název

Embedded Systems with IEEE 1451.1 on Internet

Anglický název

Embedded Systems with IEEE 1451.1 on Internet

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This book chapter presents an approach to industrial embedded system networking that offers a reusable design pattern for the class of Internet-based applications. It deals with an integrated networking framework stemming (1) from the IEEE 1451.1 smart transducer interface standard, which is an object-based networking model supporting among others publish-subscribe approach to group messaging, and (2) from the Internet Protocol (IP) multicast communication, mediating efficient and unified access to smart sensors through Internet. The kernel of this paper focuses on adaptations and tuning of those concepts and on their utilization for a gas pipes pressure measurement system.

Anglický abstrakt

This book chapter presents an approach to industrial embedded system networking that offers a reusable design pattern for the class of Internet-based applications. It deals with an integrated networking framework stemming (1) from the IEEE 1451.1 smart transducer interface standard, which is an object-based networking model supporting among others publish-subscribe approach to group messaging, and (2) from the Internet Protocol (IP) multicast communication, mediating efficient and unified access to smart sensors through Internet. The kernel of this paper focuses on adaptations and tuning of those concepts and on their utilization for a gas pipes pressure measurement system.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT55603,
  author="Miroslav {Švéda} and Radimír {Vrba}",
  title="Embedded Systems with IEEE 1451.1 on Internet",
  annote="This book chapter presents an approach to industrial embedded system networking that offers a reusable design pattern for the class of Internet-based applications. It deals with an integrated networking framework stemming (1) from the IEEE 1451.1 smart transducer interface standard, which is an object-based networking model supporting among others publish-subscribe approach to group messaging, and (2) from the Internet Protocol (IP) multicast communication, mediating efficient and unified access to smart sensors through Internet. The kernel of this paper focuses on adaptations and tuning of those concepts and on their utilization for a gas pipes pressure measurement system.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society",
  booktitle="Enabling Technologies for the New Knowledge Society",
  chapter="55603",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society",
  year="2005",
  month="december",
  pages="539--550",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society",
  type="book chapter"
}