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Human Centred Cyber Physical Systems

  • Liming ChenEmail author
  • Chris D. Nugent
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Abstract

This Chapter presents four prototype systems which have been developed for testing and evaluating various activity recognition approaches investigated in previous chapters. These prototype systems are categorised based on the styles of their software architecture into a standalone, a multi-agent and two SOA systems. This reflects and closely corresponds to the evolution of the latest technologies in software engineering and smart cyber-physical systems. Given that previous chapters have already described how systems are used for specific use scenarios, this chapter has focused on the implementation details and operation processes of these systems which are described one by one in four sections. It is expected that interested researchers can use these systems or follow the implementation methodologies to support their research. In addition, the performance, strengths and limitations, and future work of these systems are also discussed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Computer Science and InformaticsDe Montfort UniversityLeicesterUK
  2. 2.School of ComputingUlster UniversityBelfastUK

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