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The FCC will not be issuing a rule to determine the eligibility of a handheld
device for the ISM based frequency bands. The so-called “Micro-cellular”
system, which uses low-power picocell and femtocell devices, is currently
in its beginning stages, but the FCC has been researching picocells and
femtocells for the last several years and is said to be eyeing the on going
development of these technologies (generally described as the wireless
data/WiMax convergence process) as a potential way to provide mobile
broadband and digital TV service to consumers. The first truly pico- and
femto-cell devices should be on the market in the first half of 2007 and
2008, respectively. The first commercial micro-cellular systems could not
enter the market until 2009 or later.
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Recommended paper source on Event Representation
Looking for a paper which presents an architecture of (possibly incremental) Event Representation. More precisely a way to manage Events (i.e. Ensembles of Sensor Data) that may be obtained by Sensor Data Streams.
What is presented here is only a partial and clumsy investigation of this question.
Here’s a somewhat more detailed question.
Assume that a Control System monitors some subset of State Variables of a plant.
Assume that at any time point the Control System contains some information about how this subset has changed since the start of the plant operation, as well as about the current value of the monitored state variables.
By looking at the time-line of these two things, the Control System may create an Event, say “Sensors”, and record the identity of the plant state variables that have changed as part of this Event.
By looking at the sequence of these Events, the Control System may create an Event, say “Sensors Change” and record the identity of the state variables that have changed as part of this Event.
Now imagine the Control System is given some Semantically-Intuitive Input from an External Observer. As the Control System starts receiving this Input, it will keep creating new Events corresponding to the Semantically-Intuitive Inputs. As the Control System receives more and more Input, it may create new Events corresponding to the Sem