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A pyroelectric infrared sensor-based indoor location-aware system for the smart home
Smart home is expected to offer various intelligent services by recognizing residents along with their life style and feelings. One of the key issues for realizing the smart home is how to detect theExpand
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Development of PIR sensor based indoor location detection system for smart home
Smart home is expected to offer various intelligent services by recognizing residents along with their life style and feelings. One of the key issues for realizing the smart home is how to detect theExpand
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Resident Location-Recognition Algorithm Using a Bayesian Classifier in the PIR Sensor-Based Indoor Location-Aware System
Intelligent home service systems consist of ubiquitous sensors, a home network, and a context-aware computing system that together collect residential environment information and provide intelligentExpand
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Development of PIR sensor based indoor location detection system for smart home
Smart home is expected to offer various intelligent services by recognizing residents along with their life style and feelings. One of the key issues for realizing the smart home is how to detect theExpand
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NDIS-based virtual polling algorithm of IEEE 802.11b for guaranteeing the real-time requirements
This paper focuses on the feasibility of IEEE 802.11b wireless LAN for real-time wireless industrial network. In general, it has been known that IEEE 802.11b is not suitable for industrial networkingExpand
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Performance Evaluation of MAC Layer of LnCP and LonWorks Protocol as Home Networking System
Recently, various home network systems, such as LonWorks, Echonet, and LnCP, etc., are developed to enhance customer's comfort and convenience. However, it is not known that performance of anyExpand
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Wireless networked control system using NDIS-based four-layer architecture for IEEE 802.11b
This paper presents the feasibility of using the IEEE 802.11b protocol for wireless networked control systems (NCSs). The IEEE 802.11b protocol is considered to be not suitable for industrialExpand
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Way-point tracking for a hovering AUV by PID controller
In this paper, we suggest a PID controller for tracking the way-points of hovering autonomous underwater vehicle(HAUV). The PID controller is aimed at tracking arbitrary way-points and the way-pointsExpand
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Performance Evaluation of MAC Layer of LnCP and LonWorks Protocol as Home Networking System
Recently, various home network systems, such as LonWorks, Echonet, and LnCP, etc., are developed to enhance customer's comfort and convenience. However, it is not known that performance of anyExpand
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The Basic Study of Underwater Robot Control for Over Actuated Systems
In general, only six individual thrusters are required to perform 6 DOF (Degree Of Freedom) motion. Sometimes, however, more than six thrusters are used for 6 DOF motion for a variety of purposes.Expand
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