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In search of a common digital infrastructure increasing convergence trends require to interoperate devices and services in heterogeneous network environments throughout various application domains, e.g. home domain. Home networks usually feature embedded devices with sparse resources and low processing power as e.g. in home automation devices. As a(More)
Dedicated non-standardized platforms and software environments require to deploy middleware solutions in distributed heterogeneous systems. In order to mask this heterogeneity and guarantee application interoperability, the middleware must provide interplay between communication technologies concealed behind a common service interface. The Internet Protocol(More)
The role of positional information in synapse formation was studied in the cricket cercal sensory system by transplanting epidermis from one species of cricket to another. Strips of cercal epidermis containing identified sensory neurons were transplanted from a black donor species to a tan host species; the color difference was used to distinguish between(More)
The upcoming IEEE 802.11e standard for Wireless LAN has gained a lot of popularity, recently. It improves the Medium Access Control (MAC) of the legacy 802.11 with regard to Quality of Service (QoS) by introducing the Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA) and the HCF Controlled Channel Access (HCCA). In contrast to the legacy Distributed Coordination(More)
future challenges are discussed in this paper. I. INTRODUCTION This paper is about monitoring mileage, by the host servers of vehicle manufacturers, using controller area network (CAN) and frame transmission using TCP/IP Protocol. For its functionality the system will check CAN bus for any data over it. Any interrupts over the line will be checked. Whole(More)
  • G Kämper
  • 1994
Sensory neurons in the cricket cuticle project with their axons in a spatially ordered manner into the central nervous system. There they possess synapses with particular interneurons, according to their receptor type, age and the location on the body surface. A sensory neuron is programmed at the time of differentiation by an unknown position specific(More)
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