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A Real-Time Wireless Sensor Network for Wheelchair Navigation [Presentation]
(IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
Today, the availability of inexpensive, low power hardware including CMOS cameras and wireless devices make it possible to deploy a wireless sensor network (WSN) with nodes equipped with cameras for a variety of ...
Performance analysis of single-slave Bluetooth piconets under cochannel interference [Presentation]
(IEEE Computer Society, 2004)
We present an analytical model for single-slave Bluetooth piconets when the coexistence of multiple interfering devices produces collisions. Closed-form expressions for the channel throughput and the mean packet delay are ...
Time-Recovering PCI-AER interface for Bio-inspired Spiking Systems [Presentation]
(SPIE: The International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2005)
Address Event Representation (AER) is an emergent neuromorphic interchip communication protocol that allows for real-time virtual massive connectivity between huge number neurons located on different chips. By exploiting high ...
Soft real-time communications over Bluetooth under interferences from ISM devices [Article]
(John Wiley and Sons, 2006)
Bluetooth is a suitable technology to support soft real-time applications like multimedia streams at the personal area network level. In this paper, we analytically evaluate the worst-case deadline failure probability ...
Tools for Address-Event-Representation Communication Systems and Debugging [Presentation]
Address-Event-Representation (AER) is a communications protocol for transferring spikes between bio-inspired chips. Such systems may consist of a hierarchical structure with several chips that transmit spikes among them ...
A Smart Electric Wheelchair Using UPnP [Chapter of Book]
People with disabilities in general, and wheelchair users in particular, are one of the groups of people that may benefit more from Ambient Intelligent (AmI) Systems, enhancing their autonomy and quality of life. However, ...