Thursday, November 16, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Union Square 25 (Hilton San Francisco)
#542 - Design & Synthesis of Sensor Systems (10A08)
Design & Synthesis of Sensor Systems Papers are sought addressing the design, analysis and optimization of chemical and biological sensor systems. Three types of systems are envisioned: (a) redundant measurements to reduce the occurance of false positives, (b) multiplexing arrays for simultaneous detection of multiple targets, and, (c) sensors with temporal or spatial resolution. Possible application areas would include be medical diagnostics, environmental monitoring and control of biochemical processes.
Chair:Steinar Hauan
CoChair:Jean-Francois Hamel
12:30 PMSensor Network Design Via Observability Analysis and Principal Component Analysis
Jeremy Brewer, Abhay K. Singh, Manish Misra, Juergen Hahn
12:55 PMComputing Sensor Locations for Nonlinear Systems under the Influence of Disturbances
Abhay K. Singh, Juergen Hahn
1:20 PMConstraints Driven Optimal Actuation Policies for Distributed Parameter Systems with Collocated Actuators and Sensors
Stevan Dubljevic
1:45 PMNew Sensor Network Design Formulation Maximizing Economic Value of Accuracy
DuyQuang Nguyen, Miguel J. Bagajewicz
2:10 PMDesign of a Diagnosis-Based Sensor Network
Raffaele Angelini, Ignacio Yélamos, Luis Puigjaner
2:35 PMCovariance Based Hardware Selection for Infinite Dimensional Systems
Donald J. Chmielewski, Jui-Kun Peng

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