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Autonomy on Intelligent Home Network  [PDF]
Liguo Liu
Information Technology Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Autonomy is an effective approach to cracking some hard nuts in an intelligent system. In this study on intelligent home network, the focus is placed on the implementation of autonomy of a device. For this reason, some related concepts such as Virtual Device are introduced in this study. Consisting of a family of function agents and possessing the ability for auto-configuration, auto-announcement, auto-service discovery and so on, a virtual device interacts with users or surrounding devices on behalf of the physical one. Based on the virtual device, the autonomy of a device as well as the entire home network is implemented.
Implementation and Deployment of an Intelligent Framework for Utilization within an InfoStation Environment  [cached]
Zhanlin Ji,Damien Meere,Ivan Ganchev,Máirtín O'Dróma
Journal of Software , 2012, DOI: 10.4304/jsw.7.5.935-942
Abstract: With the continuing evolution of modern handheld mobile devices, an opportunity has arisen for a more comprehensive integration of these devices into educational environments. This paper details the design and implementation of an intelligent, light-weight, distributed Java platform based framework for the provision of mobile services (mServices) within an InfoStation-based mLearning environment. A multi-agent system, acting as a conduit between the mService applications and the mobile users is detailed. The deployment of this system for the integration of the supported services into a blended learning experience for system users is also outlined.
Intelligent context-aware energy management using the incremental simultaneous method in future wireless sensor networks and computing systems
Yunyoung Nam, Seungmin Rho and Bok-gi Lee
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/1687-1499-2013-10
Abstract: In this article, we present an intelligent context-aware energy management for saving home energy consumption using activities of daily living. In order to extract energy-consuming patterns, we analyze daily activities, which are collected from location sensors and electronic appliances. In addition, we construct an energy management model using the incremental statistical method, which is improved by the ISM-based adaptive model using house construction and location of electronic devices. Furthermore, we provide a simulator that conducts the various functions using the energy-consuming patterns and present the simulation results for the verification and efficiency of our model.
"Intelligent" controllers on cheap and small programmable devices  [PDF]
Cédric Join,Frédéric Chaxel,Michel Fliess
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: It is shown that the "intelligent" controllers which are associated to the recently introduced model-free control synthesis may be easily implemented on cheap and small programmable devices. Several successful numerical experiments are presented with a special emphasis on fault tolerant control.
An Adaptive and Intelligent Tutor by Expert Systems for Mobile Devices  [PDF]
Hossein Movafegh Ghadirli,Maryam Rastgarpour
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Mobile Learning (M-Learning) is an emerging discipline in the area of education and educational technology. So researchers are trying to optimize and expanding its application in the field of education. The aim of this paper is to investigate the role of mobile devices and expert systems in disseminating and supporting the knowledge gained by intelligent tutors and to propose a system based on integration of intelligent M-Learning with expert systems. It acts as an intelligent tutor which can perform three processes - pre-test, learning concept and post-test - according to characteristic of the learner. The proposed system can improves the education efficiency highly as well as decreases costs. As a result, every time and everywhere (ETEW) simple and cheap learning would be provided via SMS, MMS and so on in this system. The global intention of M-Learning is to make learning "a way of being".
Quantum view on contextual logic of composite intelligent devices  [PDF]
E. D. Vol
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: Based on the ideas of quantum theory of open systems (QTOS) we propose the consistent approach to study probabilistic many-valued propositional logic of intelligent devices that are composed from separate but interconnected logical units. In this preliminary communication we consider only the simplest example of such systems, namely, four- valued probabilistic logical device composed of two logical subsystems. We demonstrate that similar devices can generate two classes of probabilistic propositions:1) decomposable propositions, which in fact are equivalent to certain ordered pair of propositions in device subsystems and 2) indecomposable propositions which are connected with inherent logical interaction between device units. The indecomposable propositions are undoubtedly of greatest interest since they, as shown in the paper, provide powerful additional logical resource compared to standard parallel processing in composite intelligent systems. The contextual logic of composite devices proposed in this paper, as we believe, can be also used for analysis of highly organized systems in cognitive sciences specifically in neuropsychology and linguistics.
The New Implementation Possibilities for Electronic Logical Devices
Jozef Cuntala,Peter Sindler,Anna Kondelova
Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , 2003,
Abstract: This article deals with various technological approaches to realization of electronic logical devices. The accent is given on new possibilities of logic system implementation into single chip microelectronic devices designed on programmable and configurable basis.
Implementation of an Intelligent Interpretative Software System
O.V. Viktorov,Afif Mghawish
Asian Journal of Information Technology , 2012,
Abstract: An intelligent interpretative software system has been developed and tested. A hierarchical algorithm is used to implement indirect access to operations and data. The resulting system allows choice of suitable procedure of search with specific emphasis on heuristic algorithm variations.
An Intelligent Software Workflow Process Design for Location Management on Mobile Devices  [PDF]
N. Mallikharjuna Rao
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: Advances in the technologies of networking, wireless communication and trimness of computers lead to the rapid development in mobile communication infrastructure, and have drastically changed information processing on mobile devices. Users carrying portable devices can freely move around, while still connected to the network. This provides flexibility in accessing information anywhere at any time. For improving more flexibility on mobile device, the new challenges in designing software systems for mobile networks include location and mobility management, channel allocation, power saving and security. In this paper, we are proposing intelligent software tool for software design on mobile devices to fulfill the new challenges on mobile location and mobility management. In this study, the proposed Business Process Redesign (BPR) concept is aims at an extension of the capabilities of an existing, widely used process modeling tool in industry with 'Intelligent' capabilities to suggest favorable alternatives to an existing software workflow design for improving flexibilities on mobile devices.
Secure Framework for Mobile Devices to Access Grid Infrastructure
Kashif Munir,Lawan Ahmad Mohammad
International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security , 2010,
Abstract: Mobile devices are gradually becoming prevalent in our daily life, enabling users in the physical world to interact with the digital world conveniently. Mobile devices increasingly offer functionality beyond the one provided by traditional resources processor, memory and applications. This includes, for example, integrated multimedia equipment, intelligent positioning systems, and different kinds of integrated or accessible sensors. For future generation grids to be truly ubiquitous we must find ways to compensate for the security limitations inherent in these devices as they interact with grid infrastructure in order to leverage available resources to authorized users. This paper looks into design architecture for mobile computing environment. Focus is given to security framework that will enhance the performance of grid computing in terms of secure design, architecture and accessibility.
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