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Orthogonal Organized Finite State Machine Application to Sensor Acquired Information

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The application of the Orthogonal Organized Finite State Machine (OOFSM) to the representation of data acquired by sensor networks is proposed. The OOFSM was proposed in earlier work; it is succinctly reviewed here. The approach and representation of the OOFSM to sensor acquired data is formalized. The usefulness of this OOFSM application is illustrated by several case studies, specifically, gradients, contouring and discrete trajectory path determination. In addition, this paper informally discusses the OOFSM as a Cellular Automata.

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d’Auriol, B.J., Kim, J., Lee, S., Lee, YK. (2007). Orthogonal Organized Finite State Machine Application to Sensor Acquired Information. In: Malyshkin, V. (eds) Parallel Computing Technologies. PaCT 2007. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4671. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-73940-1_11

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