Igor Galelyuka

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Fast development of information technologies puts strict requirements to terms and costs of designing of computer devices and systems. These requirements may be fulfilled with help of virtual methods of designing, which are realized by means of virtual laboratories of computer-aided design. Often it is necessary to verify designed actual working samples,(More)
Fast development of information technologies puts strict requirements to terms and costs of designing of computer devices and systems. These computer devices and systems. These requirements may be fulfilled with help of virtual methods of designing, which are realized by means of virtual laboratories of computer-aided design.
In the article it is considered preconditions and main principles of creation of virtual laboratories for computer-aided design, as tools for interdisciplinary researches. Virtual laboratory, what are offered, is worth to be used on the stage of the requirements specification or EFT-stage, because it gives the possibility of fast estimating of the project(More)
In the paper it is described the multilevel sensor network for data acquisition and processing in precision farming and ecological monitoring. The main aim of the multilevel sensor network is real-time data acquisition of state of plants on large territories, on-line data processing and timely decision making according to specified criteria. Wireless sensor(More)
A distinguish principle for Virtual Laboratories for Computer Aided Design of Smart Sensor Systems (VLCAD-SSS) is proposed. This is the “intelligence” of the VLCAD-SSS. This principle is based on the investigation in the area of the General Information Theory (GIT) and especially of the Theory of Infos, which is a part of GIT. The understanding the(More)
In the article the applications of wireless technologies in agriculture, ecological monitoring and defense are considered. The common approach of realization of wireless data acquisition systems for monitoring of biological object states in different areas of human activity was developed.
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