Sensor Review: Volume 14 Issue 3


The international journal of sensing for industry

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Development of fuzzy logic in embedded control

R Bannatyne

Examines the growth of a new technology called fuzzy logic and itssignificance for microcontroller‐based embedded control solutions.Outlines the reasons for the emergence…

Neurofuzzy technologies

Constantin von Altrock

Examines a successful method which has been developed for integratingneural nets and fuzzy logic. Outlines the background of fuzzy logic andneural net design techniques…

A laser‐based thread detection system

Mark Hassell

Examines the development of a laser‐based system for detectingthe presence or absence of threads on turned components used in theautomotive industry. Describes how a laser…

Neural processing set to boost sensor technology

Mike Goodwin

Outlines the background to neural computing and the learning abilitiesof neural networks. Describes the design and operation of the NeuralInstruction Set Processor [NiSP]…

Supertag—stock counting off its trolley

Peter Hawkes

Examines the “Supertag” automatic identification system which is aninnovative electronic replacement for barcodes and which can also function asan anti shoplifting device…

Fuzzy in control

Rudi Raber

Examines the problems of applying fuzzy logic to control applicationswhere each application is different from the previous one and looks at thedevelopment of a unique…

OTIM—passive remote gas detector gas cloud‐imaging industrial development programme

Graham Thomas

Outlines a project undertaken by the Defence Research Agency [DRA] toproduce a “gas cloud imaging” system based on optical transform imagemodulation [OTIM]. Describes the…

Infrared: sensing pollution

R.J. Dann

Describes the basic optical concepts of infrared gas detection inrelation to industrial applications and considers the electro opticcomponents at the heart of the…

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