New PDF release: Artificial human sensors : science and applications

By Peter Wide

ISBN-10: 9814267643

ISBN-13: 9789814267649

As the aged inhabitants raises, the significance of making refined details help to people with restricted sensing functionality has additionally grown. This e-book discusses human and synthetic sensing along side human belief services (auditory, flavor, scent, imaginative and prescient, and touch). It additionally discusses the fusion of this sensing details to discover solutions to questions corresponding to how we will elevate our human "fuzzy" choice power (perception). The e-book offers clever new applied sciences which could improve the ordinary sensing, belief, and mobility talents of people, letting them have more healthy, extra efficient, more secure lives.

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On the other hand, the human aspect can be used as a sensor node and make human based sensing. The sensing information is then communicated into the decision system, Pavlin (2007). The human supporting system approach makes the system redundant and very dynamic, knowing that people will report any unusual and threatening events to a computer system in a convincing and communicative way. This direction introduces a new methodology, where human perception is supportive as sensors in a complex system.

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A complementary system that is in coherence with humans and interacts with the needs and expectations of a specific individual seems without doubts, an obvious and indeed an attractive solution. There are indications, however, that the emerging trends of future social behaviours will have the need for further extending the human capabilities. One of the major technical developments in the coming decades is foreseen to have a great demand for the direction toward artificial human supportive systems.

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