New York: Springer, 2015. - 269 p.This book is written for academic and industry professionals working in the field of sensing, instrumentation and related fields, and is positioned to give a snapshot of the current state of the art in sensing technology, particularly from the applied perspective. The book is intended to give broad overview of the latest developments, in addition to discussing the process through which researchers go through in order to develop sensors, or related systems, which will become more widespread in the future.Contents :
Front Matter Potentiality of Semiconducting Metal Oxide Nanoforms as Solid State Vapor Sensors Design of Low-Cost Sensors for Industrial Processes Energy Consumption Measurement: Application to the Gas Flow Consumed by a Boiler Measurement of Ultrafine Particles in the Exhaust of Combustion Engines Using Light Scattering – Theory and Application Noninvasive Estimation of Blood Glucose Concentration Using Near Infrared Optodes Optics and Radar Image Fusion Based on Image Quality Assessment Development of Anal Position Detecting System for New-Toilet system Experimental Confirmation of Cylindrical Electromagnetic Sensor Design for Liquid Detection Application An Ultra-Low Power Miniaturised Wireless Mote for Ubiquitous Data Acquisition Intellectus: Multi-Hop Fault Detection Methodology New Approaches for Singularization in Logistic Applications Using Low Cost 3D Sensors Circularly Moving Sensor for Use of Modulation Effect - CAROUSEL Magnetotransport at High Frequency of Soft Magnetic Amorphous Ribbons Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Control for Feedback Control of Outer Rotor Spherical Actuator Back Matter
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