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The future of complexity engineering

Regina Frei, Giovanna Marzo Serugendo
2012 Open Engineering  
AbstractComplexity Engineering encompasses a set of approaches to engineering systems which are typically composed of various interacting entities often exhibiting self-* behaviours and emergence.  ...  It then classifies the presented work according to five types of nature-inspired technology, namely: (1) using technology to understand nature, (2) nature-inspiration for technology, (3) using technology  ...  Christian Knipprath from the Advanced Composites Centre for Innovation and Science (AC-CIS), Department of Aerospace Engineering, Bristol University, for his explanations about the various types of self-healing  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13531-011-0071-0 fatcat:6paflsnetngc3mupaxxirqffqm

A Survey on FPGA-Based Sensor Systems: Towards Intelligent and Reconfigurable Low-Power Sensors for Computer Vision, Control and Signal Processing

Gabriel García, Carlos Jara, Jorge Pomares, Aiman Alabdo, Lucas Poggi, Fernando Torres
2014 Sensors  
A new generation of smarter, reconfigurable and lower power consumption sensors is being developed in Spain based on FPGAs.  ...  High-resolution images and videos require complex compression and coding algorithms [7] .  ...  In [37] , a high precision automatic system for liquid level measurement in membrane distillation applications is presented.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s140406247 pmid:24691100 pmcid:PMC4029637 fatcat:4rue4bmegfchjdcdo56lok7trq

Understanding Smart Sensors

Randy Frank
2000 Measurement science and technology  
Also, generating code for a DSP, in general, is more difficult than generating code for an MCU. However, the multiply-accumulate unit programmed in C requires less effort.  ...  The ARCNet protocol automatically reconfigures the network without software intervention if a node is added or deleted.  ...  well-defined rules or processes for solving a problem in a finite number of steps aliasing distortion due to sampling a continuous signal at too low a rate aliasing noise distortion component created when  ... 
doi:10.1088/0957-0233/11/12/711 fatcat:inet5t3lzbecrczd2f5tdevkzq

REVIEW ON IDEAL SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY

P. S. Aithal
2021 Zenodo  
In this chapter, we have also developed the concept of Ideal technology by creating a model and identified its important characteristics.  ...  Hence, ideal properties of a device or a system can be used to upgrade or improve its properties toward reaching 100% efficiency.  ...  , (6) Easy testability, (7) Highest modularity, (8) Best readability, (9) Easy documentation for anybody use, (10) Infinite tenant efficiency, and (11) Easy reconfigurability.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4699115 fatcat:i7nzty5zfnatte7ond5pqcguyi

Study on the Concept of Ideal Systems, Ideal Technology and their Realization Opportunities using ICCT & Nanotechnology

Dr P. Sreeramana Aithal
2021 Zenodo  
, (6) Easy testability, (7) Highest modularity, (8) Best readability, (9) Easy documentation for anybody use, (10) Infinite tenant efficiency, and (11) Easy reconfigurability.  ...  Self-Modifying Software:  Artificial Intelligence program, capable of developing its own programs, using a genetic algorithm implementation with self-modifying and self-improving code that performs a  ...  ., (2014) 4 Blood (Artificial) Bio inspired nanocomposites [25] Sen Gupta, A. (2017) 5 Cells Regeneration Stem cell tracking with nanoparticles [26] Accomasso, L., (2016) 6 Limb Regeneration Nanostructured  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5148343 fatcat:xupc6wlsabanjedtekzcqfpxla

Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Materials [article]

Cefe López
2022 arXiv   pre-print
for functions instead of finding applications to found materials.  ...  In a simultaneous progress race, new materials, systems and processes can be devised and optimized thanks to machine learning techniques and such progress can be turned into in-novative computing platforms  ...  for which it was created  ... 
arXiv:2209.11618v2 fatcat:2tsodaoyjjb3jhuewnauvamjfy

National Science Foundation

1955 Physics today  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3061958 fatcat:2nreh5mzcvf25ixcglblwuc6cm

National Science Foundation

1953 Physics today  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3061207 fatcat:u23xgzlpzvh27p6hhtfwvckgjm

National Science Foundation

1962 Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1093/besa/8.1.14a fatcat:7nnxsf24l5btrpkenwvso6jlaa

National Science Foundation

1967 School Science and Mathematics  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1949-8594.1967.tb15109.x fatcat:htprnly4djdsbmxp5cc72mt7iq

National Science Foundation

1949 Physics today  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3066308 fatcat:7oncsndfxzfy3kbuyhg5o5bsfy

National Science Foundation

1951 Physics today  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3067202 fatcat:7d63gde53ngzfcytpvcm5ngo7m

National Science Foundation

1962 American Antiquity  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0002731600025324 fatcat:scpjhvj5mncqdom5rlcyqsj4s4

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

1979 Council for Museum Anthropology newsletter  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1525/mua.1979.3.4.13 fatcat:5kqogrt2snerlehnokmkym3f7m

The National Science Foundation

1965 Nature  
PARC research on self-aware, reconfigurable polybots has pushed at new robotic frontiers.  ...  It would automatically reconfigure itself to bypass damaged components and compensate for any loss of capability.  ...  As part of a nanotechnology initiative I would like to see a new science of cost-benefit analysis in which issues of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to technology can be rethought in radical  ... 
doi:10.1038/2061299a0 fatcat:kp3h7mn4uba4vjh4zjdi4xzrai
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