24 June 2007

Special issue: Intelligent sensing technologies and applications

International Journal of Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications 3(1/2) 2007 is a special issue: Intelligent sensing technologies and applications. Most of the articles are enhanced versions of papers from the 1st International Conference of Sensing Technology, 21–23 November 2005, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Article titles:
* Implementation of a framework to integrate sensors and controllers
* Scalable infrared sensor network for multiple three-dimensional indoor targets localisation
* Measuring of exhaust gas emissions using absorption spectroscopy
* Hydrogen gas sensor based upon perylene-imide derivatives
* A smart gas sensor for environmental monitoring, compliant with the IEEE 1451 standard and featuring a simplified transducer interface
* Inaccuracies in measurement of contact pressure due to the measuring grid of a foil sensor
* An accurate model of a highly ordered 81/19 Permalloy AMR Wheatstone bridge sensor against a 48 pole pair ring-magnet
* Applications of SV-GMR sensor for detecting micro non-magnetic and ferromagnetic material
* Fibre Bragg gratings with one defect towards development of optical networks interrogators
* Solutions to the inverse problem in a two-dimensional model for microwave breast tumour detection
* On-chip electrometer using MEMS parallel-plate pull-in sensing

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