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A Verified Low-Level Implementation of the Adaptive Exterior Light and Speed Control System [chapter]

Sebastian Krings, Philipp Körner, Jannik Dunkelau, Chris Rutenkolk
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
, we use MISRA C for a low-level implementation instead.  ...  In consequence, our realization of the ABZ case study can serve as a baseline reference for comparison, allowing to assess the benefit provided by the various formal modeling languages, methods and tools  ...  The overall system consists of two loosely coupled components, namely an adaptive exterior light system (ELS) and a speed control system (SCS).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-48077-6_30 fatcat:brmu5zns3vd4nhcaar2hllxus4

Modelling an Automotive Software-Intensive System with Adaptive Features Using ASMETA [chapter]

Paolo Arcaini, Silvia Bonfanti, Angelo Gargantini, Elvinia Riccobene, Patrizia Scandurra
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Adaptive Exterior Light and the Speed Control Systems are examples of software-intensive systems that equip modern cars.  ...  In the context of automotive domain, modern control systems are software-intensive and have adaptive features to provide safety and comfort.  ...  Model Details In this section, we present the result of our modelling of the Adaptive Exterior Light and Speed Control systems 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-48077-6_25 fatcat:uxwts2jk3jfn7fwiwvcwhd4lcm

Product Development Process for Headlamps and Rear Lights

Detlef Decker, Michael Hage, Franz Jerg, Eugen Tatartschuk
2013 ATZ worldwide  
Exterior lighting characterises the appearance of modern cars more than almost any other styling element. Headlamps and rear lights convey strong emotions.  ...  The steps from the study phase, the definition phase, the realisation phase and series production are described using a full-LED headlight, presented at IAA fair 2013 as an example. 2 8 DE VELO PMENT LIGHTING  ...  The increasing complexity of lighting systems calls for flexible and low-cost control electronics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s38311-013-0126-3 fatcat:ya2dwfddjvfqbnu556so5bxdam

Building technology platform aimed to develop service robot with embedded personality and enhanced communication with social environment

Aleksandar Rodić, Miloš Jovanović, Ilija Stevanović, Branko Karan, Veljko Potkonjak
2015 Digital Communications and Networks  
The robot consists of a wheel-based mobile platform with spinal (segmented) torso, bi-manual manipulation system with multi-finger robot hands and robot head.  ...  The device is foreseen to operate autonomously but it may be also operated remotely from a host computer through wireless communication link as well as by use of a smart-phone based on advanced client-server  ...  Acknowledgment The work presented in this paper is supported by the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Development within the project no.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcan.2015.03.002 fatcat:bzxijcjgdffqfipt67shoroysa


Y. Chen, V. Wickramasinghe, D. G. Zimcik
2007 Transactions of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering  
This paper provides a review of smart structures research at the National Research Council Canada for helicopter vibration and cabin noise control applications.  ...  path, or weakening the coupling between exterior and cabin acoustic fields.  ...  In addition, the Smart Spring can be implemented with a small footprint and the system is scalable for a variety of helicopter vibration control applications.  ... 
doi:10.1139/tcsme-2007-0003 fatcat:ed463ww7yzadvijo4rbdi7dwpi

Active materials for adaptive architectural envelopes based on plant adaptation principles

Marlén López, Ramón Rubio, Santiago Martín, Ben Croxford, Richard Jackson
2015 Journal of Facade Design and Engineering  
The paper proposes a research of the relationship that can be developed between active materials and environmental issues in order to propose innovative and low-tech design strategies to achieve living  ...  In this paper, the authors present research into adaptive architectural envelopes that adapt to environmental changes using active materials, as a result of application of biomimetic principles from plants  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful for financial support of their work by the nominative subsidy to the University of Oviedo for R&D projects of the 'Conserjeria de Economia y Empleo del Principado  ... 
doi:10.3233/fde-150026 fatcat:xua73bxzovfefckjtwsjjidwte

An Event-B Model of an Automotive Adaptive Exterior Light System [chapter]

Amel Mammar, Marc Frappier, Régine Laleau
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper introduces an Event-B formal model of the adaptive exterior light system for cars, a case study proposed in the context of the ABZ2020 conference.  ...  The system can be viewed as a lights controller that reads different information form the available sensors (key state, exterior luminosity, etc.) and takes the adequate actions by acting on the actuators  ...  The authors would like to thank the case study authors, and Frank Houdek in particular, for his responsiveness and useful feedback during the modeling process when questions were raised or when ambiguities  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-48077-6_28 fatcat:vbfyixdvgvarrbhtywhqi4aqr4

Landscape Architecture of the Atacama Desert [chapter]

Jose Guerra Ramirez
2018 Landscape Architecture - The Sense of Places, Models and Applications  
of the oases, and a great productive activity of the sustainable mining industry.  ...  The conditions of the desert environment are presented and differentiated between the different ecological levels that, by altitude, distinguish and determinate the architectural response.  ...  The high illuminance is controlled with a light envelope of low thermal capacity that allows ventilation that generates shade and diminishes the intense luminosity, and to increase the low humidity, water  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.77185 fatcat:zkmg4lhnmfeddby5sk3xiwn4q4

Camera-Monitor Systems as a Replacement for Exterior Mirrors in Cars and Trucks [chapter]

Eike Andreas Schmidt, Heike Hoffmann, Rainer Krautscheid, Maxim Bierbach, Alexander Frey, Jost Gail, Christine Lotz-Keens
2016 Augmented Vision and Reality  
A multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was calculated in order to determine whether the factors "System type" (2 levels: exterior mirror, CMS) and "Speed" (3 levels: 20 km/h, 35 km/h, 50 km/h) had  ...  However, the adaptability of the CMS (required time to adapt to differences in brightness and ability to display a large range of brightness levels) is of importance here.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-29611-1_12 fatcat:e6ecqnzf45hvdcaav22u6ettv4

The Design of Serial ATA Bus Control Chip

Wei Cheng, Zhenghua Tan, Zhiliang Zhu, Guiran Chang
2010 Journal of Computers  
IDE module is a subsystem of interface controller, The fig.4 shows the verifying system structure. connecting ATA/ATAPI peripheral equipment, which mainly control transfer mode and may chose  ...  If the count value is more than CNT, the control adopts a local low speed clock (1/8 of serial transfer rate) word of DCO circuit will be increased and the frequency of to generate 32 same  ... 
doi:10.4304/jcp.5.4.524-532 fatcat:nfvwebfdjjfzllmvgrl7wv5zhm

End user impacts of automated electrochromic windows in a pilot retrofit application

E.S. Lee, E.S. Claybaugh, M. LaFrance
2012 Energy and Buildings  
Monitored weekday lighting energy savings were 91% compared to the existing lighting system, which was less efficient, had a higher illuminance setpoint, and no controls.  ...  Claybaugh Automated electrochromic (EC) windows, advanced thermally-improved window frames, and a dimmable lighting system were installed in a single, west-facing conference room in Washington DC.  ...  We also gratefully acknowledge the contributions of our LBNL colleagues for their support on this project: Mehry Yazdanian, Stephen Selkowitz, Dennis DiBartolomeo, Christian Kohler, Chad Howdy Goudey,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2011.12.003 fatcat:o2zzlpopuzggjakiyiq4nl732q

Monitoring System Analysis for Evaluating a Building's Envelope Energy Performance through Estimation of Its Heat Loss Coefficient

Catalina Giraldo-Soto, Aitor Erkoreka, Laurent Mora, Irati Uriarte, Luis del Portillo
2018 Sensors  
Based on an extended review of experimental tests to estimate the HLC undertaken since 1978, qualitative and quantitative analyses of the Monitoring and Controlling System (MCS) specifications have been  ...  Furthermore, it was not possible to identify a trend of technology type used in sensors, hardware, software, and communication protocols, because a high percentage of the reviewed experimental tests do  ...  A report by the EPBD [15, 16] remarks on the importance of implementing Monitoring and Control Systems (MCSs) to achieve quality assurance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s18072360 pmid:30036997 pmcid:PMC6068572 fatcat:3ll2o3g7nnhonfbwuuy7fzzotq

Variable self-powered light detection CMOS chip with real-time adaptive tracking digital output based on a novel on-chip sensor

HongYi Wang, Youyou Fan, Zhijian Lu, Tao Luo, Houqiang Fu, Hongjiang Song, Yuji Zhao, Jennifer Blain Christen
2017 Optics Express  
Light direction sensors proposed have an accuracy of 1.8 degree over a 120 degree range. In order to improve the accuracy, a compensation circuit is presented for photodiodes' forward currents.  ...  Light direction sensors, energy harvesting photodiodes, real-time adaptive tracking digital output unit and other necessary circuits are integrated on a single chip based on a standard 0.18 µm CMOS process  ...  In our approach, the integrated real-time adaptive tracking digital output unit can generate a digitized output that can directly control the system.  ... 
doi:10.1364/oe.25.024138 pmid:29041359 fatcat:isemirokhrbz5oldpsg4ng2dxy

ANP model for evaluating the performance of adaptive façade systems in complex commercial buildings

Ibrahim Yitmen, Amjad Al-Musaed, Fikri Yücelgazi
2021 Engineering Construction and Architectural Management  
and the comfort level of inhabitants.  ...  Before beginning the adaptive façade system of a building design process, the design manager must determine the significance of each of these attributes as high performance primacies will affect the results  ...  control of blinds reliant on the outdoor temperature, amount of light and wind speeds and revealed that optimized adaptive shadings reduce the heat gain due to high temperature at significant levels  ... 
doi:10.1108/ecam-07-2020-0559 fatcat:amfmlq2twncnjdyeslwsqowvmy

Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist Assessment based on Southeast Asian Environmental Conditions: Preliminary Investigation

M.R. Mansor, A.H. Nurfaizey, N.A. Masripan, M.A. Salim, A.M. Saad, N. Tamaldin, G. Omar, M.Z. Akop, M.H.A. Majid, M.H.M. Maamor, M.S. Solah, S.G. Herawan
2020 Journal of the Society of Automotive Engineers Malaysia  
Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Keep Assist (LKA) systems are part of the Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), which are equipped in the latest passenger vehicles sold in the Southeast Asia  ...  Hence, this is a preliminary investigation of the new test protocol developed for LDW and LKA based on SEA's environmental conditions.  ...  University (Indonesia), and Malaysia Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) for providing great input and strong cooperation throughout this works.  ... 
doi:10.56381/jsaem.v4i2.33 fatcat:5trbrxf6e5gf5nf2kr5w6ksti4
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