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Title: Developing of Distributed Virtual Laboratories for Smart Sensor System Design Based on Multi-Dimensional Access Method
Authors: Palagin, Oleksandr
Romanov, Volodymyr
Markov, Krassimir
Velychko, Vitalii
Stanchev, Peter
Galelyuka, Igor
Ivanova, Krassimira
Mitov, Ilia
Keywords: Virtual Laboratory
Computer-Aided Design
Access Methods
Distributed System
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: In the article it is considered preconditions and main principles of creation of virtual laboratories for computer-aided design, as tools for interdisciplinary researches. Virtual laboratory, what are offered, is worth to be used on the stage of the requirements specification or EFT-stage, because it gives the possibility of fast estimating of the project realization, certain characteristics and, as a result, expected benefit of its applications. Using of these technologies already increase automation level of design stages of new devices for different purposes. Proposed computer technology gives possibility to specialists from such scientific fields, as chemistry, biology, biochemistry, physics etc, to check possibility of device creating on the basis of developed sensors. It lets to reduce terms and costs of designing of computer devices and systems on the early stages of designing, for example on the stage of requirements specification or EFT-stage. An important feature of this project is using the advanced multi-dimensional access method for organizing the information base of the Virtual laboratory.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1204
ISSN: 1313-0455
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