Artificial Human Sensors: Science and Applications by Peter Wide

By Peter Wide

As the aged inhabitants raises, the significance of making refined info help to people with constrained sensing functionality has additionally grown. This ebook discusses human and synthetic sensing together with human belief functions (auditory, style, scent, imaginative and prescient, and touch). It additionally discusses the fusion of this sensing details to discover solutions to questions akin to how we will be able to raise our human "fuzzy" selection power (perception). The publication provides clever new applied sciences which could increase the common sensing, notion, and mobility skills of people, permitting them to have fitter, extra efficient, more secure lives.

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