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Integrated Framework and Design Pattern for Coupling a Group of Sensors with Internet

Originální název

Integrated Framework and Design Pattern for Coupling a Group of Sensors with Internet

Anglický název

Integrated Framework and Design Pattern for Coupling a Group of Sensors with Internet

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This report presents an application of networked sensors that offers a design pattern for a class of sensor-based embedded systems. It deals with an integrated framework based on smart transducer interface standard (IEEE 1451), on messaging architecture (Compaq-Intel-Microsoft's Virtual Interface Architecture), and on IP multicast communication, mediating an efficient and unified access from Internet to sensor-based embedded systems and vice versa. Kernel of the report focuses on utilization of the framework for a computer-based pressure measurement system as a real-world project, stressing its communication architecture.

Anglický abstrakt

This report presents an application of networked sensors that offers a design pattern for a class of sensor-based embedded systems. It deals with an integrated framework based on smart transducer interface standard (IEEE 1451), on messaging architecture (Compaq-Intel-Microsoft's Virtual Interface Architecture), and on IP multicast communication, mediating an efficient and unified access from Internet to sensor-based embedded systems and vice versa. Kernel of the report focuses on utilization of the framework for a computer-based pressure measurement system as a real-world project, stressing its communication architecture.

BibTex


@techreport{BUT56559,
  author="Miroslav {Švéda} and Radimír {Vrba} and Michal {Strach}",
  title="Integrated Framework and Design Pattern for Coupling a Group of Sensors with Internet",
  annote="This report presents an application of networked sensors that offers a design pattern for a class of sensor-based embedded systems. It deals with an integrated framework based on smart transducer interface standard (IEEE 1451), on messaging architecture (Compaq-Intel-Microsoft's Virtual Interface Architecture), and on IP multicast communication, mediating an efficient and unified access from Internet to sensor-based embedded systems and vice versa. Kernel of the report focuses on utilization of the framework for a computer-based pressure measurement system as a real-world project, stressing its  communication architecture.",
  address="Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science BUT",
  chapter="56559",
  institution="Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science BUT",
  year="2001",
  month="november",
  pages="1--80",
  publisher="Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science BUT",
  type="report"
}