Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2008. — XX, 424 p. — (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering Volume 21). — ISBN 978-3-540-69030-6, e-ISBN 978-3-540-69033-7.Sensors are the most important component in any system and engineers in any field need to understand the fundamentals of how these components work, how to select them properly and how to integrate them into an overall system. This book has outlined the fundamentals, analytical concepts, modelling and design issues, technical details and practical applications of different types of sensors, electromagnetic, capacitive, ultrasonic, vision, Terahertz, displacement, fibre-optic and so on. The book: addresses the identification, modeling, selection, operation and integration of a wide variety of sensors, demonstrates the concepts of different sensors technology through simulation, design and real implementations, discusses the design and fabrication of high performance modern sensors technology, presents a selection of cutting-edge applications. Written by experts in their area of research, this book will be useful reference book for engineers and scientist especially the post-graduate students find this book as reference book for their research.Electromagnetic Sensors Modern CMOS Hall Sensors with Integrated Magnetic Concentrators Christian Schott and Samuel Huber Commercial Magnetic Sensors (Hall and Anisotropic Magnetoresistors) Michael J. Haji-Sheikh Improving the Accuracy of Magnetic Sensors Pavel Ripka Modelling Electromagnetic Field Sensors Ian Woodhead Dielectric Characterization of Biological Tissues: Constraints Related to Ex Vivo Measurements Mustapha Nadi Estimation of Property of Sheep Skin to Modify the Tanning Process Using Interdigital Sensors Kasturi and S. C. MukhopadhyayFiber Optic/Optical Fibre Sensors Fiber Bragg Gratings Evanescent Wave Sensors: A View Back and Recent Advancements Andrea Cusano, Antonello Cutolo and Michele Giordano Optical Fibre Humidity Sensors Using Nano-ﬁlms Jesus M. Corres, Ignacio R. Matias and Francisco J. Arregui Overview of the OPTO-EMI-SENSE Project: Optical Fibre Sensor Network for Automotive Emission Monitoring E. Lewis, G. Dooly, E. Hawe, C. Fitzpatrick, P. Chambers, J. Cliﬀord, W.Z. Zhao, T. Sun, K.T.V. Grattan, J. Lucas, M. Degner, H. Ewald, S. Lochmann, G. Bramann, F. Gili, and E. Merlone-BorlaWireless Sensors Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications Yueh-Min Huang, Meng-Yen Hsieh and Frode Eika Sandnes Wireless Sensor Network Transport Layer: State of the Art Md. Abdur Rahman, Abdulmotaleb El Saddik and Wail GueaiebSensors for Tracking and Navigation Real Time Tracking and Monitoring of Human Behavior in an Indoor Environment Maki K. Habib Dynamic VRML-Based Navigable 3D Map for Indoor Location-Aware Systems Wan-Young Chung and Chi-Shian YangUltrasonic Sensor Ultrasonic Sensing: Fundamentals and its Applications to Nondestructive Evaluation Ikuo IharaImage Sensor Multimodal Image Sensor Fusion Using Independent Component Analysis Nedeljko Cvejic, Nishan C. Canagarajah and David R. BullVision Sensing Fast Image Capture and Vision Processing For Robotic Applications Gourab Sen Gupta and Donald Bailey Sensors Based on Human Parameter Aﬀection Based Multi-robot Team Work Sajal Chandra Banik, Keigo Watanabe, Maki K. Habib and Kiyotaka IzumiDisplacement Sensor Displacement Sensor Using Magnetostrictive Wire and Decrease of its Hysteresis Error Hiroyuki WakiwakaTHZ Sensor Submillimeter-Wave Coherent and Incoherent Sensors for Space Applications Goutam ChattopadhyayIndex
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