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Nanotech 2004 Poster Award
Best Poster
Poster Session A

The NSTI-Nanotech 2004 Best Poster, Poster Session A, Award recognized the poster chosen as the best poster in the 2004 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Poster Session A.

The recipients of this award are Elena Gaura and R.M. Newman of Coventry University, UK, for their poster entitled "Smart, Intelligent and Cogent Microsensors - Intelligence for Sensors and Sensors for Intelligence".

Awards are given to the best posters presented at the conference. These awards are based on the recommendations of the reviewers and on recommendations of a duly constituted program committee jury who visit the poster presentations.

Winners of the NSTI-Nanotech Best Poster Award receive free conference registration and a commemorative plaque.

Title:Smart, Intelligent and Cogent Microsensors - Intelligence for Sensors and Sensors for Intelligence
Authors:E. Gaura and R.M. Newman
Affilation:Coventry University, UK
Keywords:sensor, smart, intelligent, cogent, MEMS, artificial intelligence
Abstract:The paper develops a terminology to describe sensors which have been enhanced in some way by the integration of some additional processing circuitry. Several terms, current in the literature, including 'smart sensors' and 'intelligent sensors' are discussed and the 'cogent' sensor is introduced. This is followed by a brief review of existing and potential applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to microsystems, in terms of technology integration, device level performance enhancement and system level added functionality.
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Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1 Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
 
Chapter 9: Smart MEMS and Sensor Systems
 
Smart, Intelligent and Cogent Microsensors - Intelligence for Sensors and Sensors for Intelligence
E. Gaura and R.M. Newman
Pages:443 - 446
ISBN:0-9728422-7-6
Pages:521
 
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