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Asguard : A Hybrid-Wheel Security and SAR-Robot Using Bio-Inspired Locomotion for Rough Terrain
For outdoor locomotion of mobile robots, one has to cope with di erent requirements for such systems. These robots have to be highly agile and fast on at ground and, at the same time, should be ableExpand
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Distributed Agent-Based Computing in Material-Embedded Sensor Network Systems With the Agent-on-Chip Architecture
  • S. Bosse
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Sensors Journal
  • 22 January 2014
Distributed material-embedded systems like sensor networks integrated in sensorial materials require new data processing and communication architectures. Reliability and robustness of the entireExpand
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Distributed and Cloud Computing: The Big Machine
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Mobile Multi-agent Systems for the Internet-of-Things and Clouds Using the JavaScript Agent Machine Platform and Machine Learning as a Service
  • S. Bosse
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE 4th International Conference on Future…
  • 1 August 2016
The Internet-of-Things (IoT) gets real in today's life and is becoming part of pervasive and ubiquitous computing networks offering distributed and transparent services. A unified and common dataExpand
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Structural Health and Load Monitoring with Material-embedded Sensor Networks and Self-organizing Multi-agent Systems
Abstract One of the major challenges in Structural Health Monitoring and load monitoring of mechanical structures is the derivation of meaningful information from sensor data. This work investigatesExpand
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Structural Monitoring with Distributed-Regional and Event-based NN-Decision Tree Learning Using Mobile Multi-Agent Systems and Common Java Script Platforms
Abstract Among the Internet-of-Things, one major field of application deploying agent-based sensor and information processing is Structural Load and Structural Health Monitoring (SLM/SHM) ofExpand
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Intelligent microchip networks: an agent-on-chip synthesis framework for the design of smart and robust sensor networks
  • Stefan Bosse
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Microtechnologies for the New Millennium
  • 28 May 2013
Sensorial materials consisting of high-density, miniaturized, and embedded sensor networks require new robust and reliable data processing and communication approaches. Structural health monitoringExpand
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Cloud-Based Automated Design and Additive Manufacturing: A Usage Data-Enabled Paradigm Shift
Integration of sensors into various kinds of products and machines provides access to in-depth usage information as basis for product optimization. Presently, this large potential for moreExpand
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Unified Distributed Computing and Co-ordination in Pervasive/Ubiquitous Networks with Mobile Multi-Agent Systems using a Modular and Portable Agent Code Processing Platform
Abstract A novel and unified approach for reliable distributed and parallel computing using mobile agents is introduced. The agents can be deployed in large scale and hierarchical networkExpand
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