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References 1. MISCHE M. A. 2002. In: Enterprise Systems Integration. Boca Raton: CRC Press. ISBN 0-8493-1149-7 2. PECI M., VAZAN P., NEMLAHA E. 2013. The levels of systems integration. In: Vol. 373-375: International Conference on Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation (ICMRA 2013). China, Guangzhou, pp. 1949-1953. 3. SAPORITO P. 2006. Data Integration Alternative & Best Practices. Retrieved from http://www.casact.org/education/ratesem/2006/handouts/Saporito.pdf 4. DYCHÉ J., E. LEVY, 2006. Customer Data Integration: Reaching a Single Version of the Truth. John

enterprise factors is usually enterprise scale, enterprise income, the internationalization level, qualifications etc.[ 2 ]. Our country software enterprise level evaluation depends on two times a year, our country’s system integration enterprise qualification certification, qualification that define the conditions and level of the system integration enterprise, and directly reflects the development of software industry in our country. 1 System integration qualification and assessment system The so-called system integration is a new process and method which combines

Uhri 1994: vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 237-257 Copyright © Mimksgaard 1994 Printcd in Oenmark - all rights reserved /->im ISSN 0024-2667 Metadata Systems: Integrative Information Technologies MARK S. MADSEN!, IAIN Foco2 AND CLIVE RuGGLES3 Metadata Systems are concerned with the management of data which describes other data (datasets, catalogues or actual database management Systems) and are presently the subject of intensive research. Metadata Systems can be used to störe richly detailed forms of Information, perform seamless wide-ranging searches of Information

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This paper describes a system integration for a life-sized robot working at a kitchen. On cooking tasks, there should be various tools and foods, and cooking table may have reflective surface with blots and scratch. Recognition functions should be robust to noises derived from them. As other problems, cooking behaviors impose motion sequences by using whole body of the robot. For instance, while cutting a vegetable, the robot has to hold one hand against the vegetable even if another hand with a knife should be moved for the cutting. This motion requires to consider full articulation of the robot simultaneously. That is, we have difficulties against both recognition and motion generation. In this paper we propose recognition functions that are to detect kitchen tools such as containers and cutting boards. These functions are improved to overcome the influence of reflective surface, and combination shape model with task knowledge is also proposed. On the other hand, we pointed out the importance of the use of torso joints while dual arm manipulation. Our approach enables the robot to keep manipulability of both arms and viewing field of a head. Based on these products, we also introduce an integrated system incorporating recognition modules and motion generation modules. The effectiveness of the system was proven through some cooking applications.

renewable energy requires new components in the grid to ensure the stability of electricity supply. In particular, the known disadvantages of direct storage of electrical energy such as efficiency, dimensioning, demand for raw materials and suboptimal sustainability [ 2 ] require the consideration of alternative storage options. A possible shift of the storage challenge to other domains such as gas [ 3 ], [ 4 ] or heat [ 5 ] using energy systems integration strategies appears to be a promising approach to ensure the energy supply by taking resilience and economical

problems. As of the same importance as energy saving and emission reduction, water consumption saving and effluent reduction are the hottest topics in response to the clean production policy. With an increasing demand for water consumption saving, water system integration gas aroused general concern, and consequently extensive research has been carried out and implemented on a number of industrial applications. Water system integration technology, from the perspective of systems engineering, takes the entire water system as an organic whole for the comprehensive

| 269 13 How Do Educational Systems Integrate? I nteg r ati on of S econd - G ener ati on T ur k s in G er m a ny, F r a n ce , the N ether l a nd s , a nd A u str i a Maurice Crul Research on the second generation of postwar immigrants is a relatively new phenomenon. Only in the past decade has it become a central focus in the study of immigrant integration. In the United States in particular, a theo- retical debate has evolved in which research on the second generation plays a fundamental role. That research began to emerge in the mid-1990s, and

Chapter 7 System Integration and Battle Management CONTENTS Introduction 179 Battle Management 179 Conduct of the Battle 180 Battle Management Functions 180 Interactions Among the Phases 185 System Performance and Interaction 186 Opportunities for Human Intervention 187 Supporting Functions 190 Communications 191 Recovery From Damage and Failures 191 Complexity of Battle Management 191 Battle Management Architecture 192 Conclusions 195 Boxes Box page 7-A. Algorithms 188 7-B. Centralization, Distribution, and Coupling 192 7-C. Hierarchies and

://www.ijcte.org/papers/117-G607.pdf (accessed: 10.07.2012). [23] Report: Disruptive Civil Technologies , Six Technologies with Potential Impacts on US , Interests out to 2025 , Appendix f: the internet of things (background), http://www.dni.gov/nic/PDF_GIF_confreports/disruptivetech/appendix_F.pdf (accessed: 10.07.2012). [24] Report: Internet of Things in 2020 - A Roadmap for the Future , Information Society and Media Directorate- General of the European Commission (DG INFSO) and the European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration (EPoSS), 05 September, 2008, ftp

. System Integration of Vehicle Electronics by Networks This paper describes the integra- tion concepts of electronic control units (ECU) within automobiles by in-vehicle networks. The basic aims of the system integration is to re- duce costs and to reach new cus- tomer benefits. Furthermore, an in- creased reliability and availability of the different electric and electronic components will be possible. Actual trends and future developments will be discussed such as modularization and standardization of the ECU software, the vehicle module orien- tation of