Wednesday, 2 November 2005: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
302 (Cincinnati Convention Center)

Computers in Operations and Information Processing (10c)

#374 - Sensors and Sensor Networks in Operations and Control (10C12)
Papers with contributions to new/novel technologies and applications of sensing systems and sensor networks in operations and control are sought. The concept of sensor networks includes spatial distribution -- proximate (e.g. automotive sensor network), local distribution (e.g. plant-wide distributed control system), and/or geographically distribution (e.g. pipeline network, environment monitoring). Contributions that emphasize protocols and algorithms (both measurement analysis and control) for smart sensing, as well as for wired/wireless sensors over various networks structures are particularly encouraged. Application/industrial case studies are also welcome.
CoChair:Deepak Srinivasagupta
Chair:Karlene A. Hoo
12:30 PMReal-Time Characterization of Ysz Film during Chemical Vapor Deposition Using an Extended Kalman Filter Based Soft Sensor
Rentian Xiong, Martha Gallivan
12:50 PMOptimal Sensor Placement for Water Distribution Network Security
Yogendra Shastri, Urmila Diwekar
1:10 PMA Federated Sensor Network Architecture for Data Rectification and Process Monitoring
Yen Yen Joe, Zhong Qiang Ding, Keck Voon Ling, Jose A. Romagnoli
1:30 PMDevelopment of a Utility Function for Sensor Networks from a Fault Diagnosis Perspective
Sridharakumar Narasimhan, Raghunathan Rengaswamy
1:50 PMOn a New Rigorous Methodology for Instrumentation Network Design
Miguel J. Bagajewicz, Mayur Gala
2:10 PMFault-Tolerant Control of Nonlinear Process Systems: Handling Sensor Malfunctions
Charles McFall, Adiwinata Gani, Prashant Mhaskar, Panagiotis D. Christofides, James F. Davis
2:30 PMOptimal Actuator Placement for Transport-Reaction Process Systems Employing Spatial Controllability
Antonios Armaou, Michael Demetriou
Sponsor:Computing and Systems Technology Division

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