Applied Cyber-Physical Systems by Bernd J. Krämer (auth.), Sang C. Suh, U. John Tanik, John N.

By Bernd J. Krämer (auth.), Sang C. Suh, U. John Tanik, John N. Carbone, Abdullah Eroglu (eds.)

Applied Cyber-Physical Systems offers the newest equipment and applied sciences within the sector of cyber-physical structures together with scientific and organic functions. Cyber-physical platforms (CPS) combine computing and verbal exchange services by means of tracking, and controlling the actual platforms through embedded and desktops.

This ebook brings jointly special contributions from popular specialists on cyber-physical platforms study and schooling with functions. It additionally addresses the key demanding situations in CPS, after which offers a solution with numerous various purposes as examples.

Advanced-level scholars and researchers inquisitive about desktop technology, engineering and biomedicine will locate this to be an invaluable secondary textual content ebook or reference, as will pros operating during this field.

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This paper serves as inspiration and ground work for future grant preparation activity in the area of medical applications for cyberphysical systems. Healthquest CDSS Project Contributing to NASA Digital Astronaut Project The Health Quest CDSS project contributes to the NASA Digital Astronaut Project [3] by preparing university students and K-12 students for careers in Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The R&D workflow requirements promote learning in these areas. This is achieved by giving an opportunity for young K-12 students to observe how senior design and graduate students can build a working prototype of a CDSS by registering to an online platform managed by SDPS student chapter members.

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