Adaptive Sensing Based on Profiles for Sensor Systems
AbstractThis paper proposes a profile-based sensing framework for adaptive sensor systems based on models that relate possibly heterogeneous sensor data and profiles generated by the models to detect events. With these concepts, three phases for building the sensor systems are extracted from two examples: a combustion control sensor system for an automobile engine, and a sensor system for home security. The three phases are: modeling, profiling, and managing trade-offs. Designing and building a sensor system involves mapping the signals to a model to achieve a given mission. View Full-Text
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Ishida, Y.; Tokumitsu, M. Adaptive Sensing Based on Profiles for Sensor Systems. Sensors 2009, 9, 8422-8437.
Ishida Y, Tokumitsu M. Adaptive Sensing Based on Profiles for Sensor Systems. Sensors. 2009; 9(11):8422-8437.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ishida, Yoshiteru; Tokumitsu, Masahiro. 2009. "Adaptive Sensing Based on Profiles for Sensor Systems." Sensors 9, no. 11: 8422-8437.