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Part I Wireless Sensor Networks and Cyber-Physical Systems - New Approaches and Methods
1. Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey
2. Replay Attack Detection Using Excitation Source and System Features
3. Hypergraph-Based Type Theory and Requirements Engineering for Software Development in a Cyber-Physical Context
4. A New Method of Power Efficient Speech Transmission over 5G Networks Using New Signaling Techniques
Part II Smart Cities, Smart Homes and Smart Communities
5. A Study Of Robust Language Identification Techniques for The Future Smart Cities
6. Natural Interaction with our Sensorized Smart Homes
7. A Study on Emotional State of a Speaker in Voice Biometrics in Building Smart Cities
Part III Ecological Monitoring
8. Ubiquitous Computing and Biodiversity Monitoring
9. The use of Wireless Sensor Networks in the surveillance of endangered bird species: A Case Study
Advances in Ubiquitous Computing: Cyber-Physical Systems, Smart Cities and Ecological Monitoring debuts some of the newest methods and approaches to multimodal user-interface design, safety compliance, formal code verification and deployment requirements, as they pertain to cyber-physical systems, smart homes and smart cities, and biodiversity monitoring. The contributors, who are distinguished members of universities and research centers in Europe, South Asia, Africa, and the US, have been hand selected by the editor of this volume because of their outstanding work in pervasive computing. In this anthology the authors assiduously examine a panoply of topics related to wireless sensor networks. Those topics include interacting with smart-home appliances and biomedical devices, and designing multilingual speech recognition systems that are robust to vehicular, mechanical, and other noises common to large metropolises. The authors also recognize that in building smart cities there is a pressing need for voice biometrics through which one can validate a person’s identity over a wireless medium.
In laying a foundation for the new methods and approaches to pervasive computing, this book gives the reader an understanding of the true challenges in designing smart cities, smart homes and smart communities, and in the architecture of a system for performing high-level ecological monitoring. This book is an invaluable reference to system designers and biomedical scientists, as well as emergency healthcare management agencies and first responders in the field.
- Examines the history, scope and advances in ubiquitous computing, including threats to wildlife, tracking of disease, smart cities and Wireless Sensor Networks
- Discusses user interface design, implementation and deployment of cyber-physical systems, such as wireless sensor networks, Internet of Things devices, and other networks of physical devices that have computational capabilities and reporting devices
- Covers the need for improved data sharing networks
Systems designers, biomedical engineers, biomedical researchers and policy makers in health care and medicine
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 1st May 2020
- Academic Press
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Dr. Amy Neustein has served as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Speech Technology since 2008. She is the author/editor of 12 academic books that span various topics from speech and automata in healthcare, advances in speech recognition and natural language processing, text mining of web-based medical content, acoustic modeling of speech disorders, forensic speaker recognition, voice technologies for speech reconstruction and enhancement, and acoustic analysis of pathologies from infancy to young adulthood. She serves as editor of three book series. The first two are published by Springer: SpringerBriefs in Speech Technology; and Signal and Communication Technology. The third one, “Speech Technology and Text Mining in Medicine and Healthcare,” is published by de Gruyter. She has authored over 40 papers and chapters. She heads up a think tank in Fort Lee, NJ, Linguistic Technology Systems, and has developed a novel dataset creator framework for publishing research objects.
Founder and CEO of Linguistic Technology Systems, Fort Lee, NJ, USA