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Measurement Automation Monitoring

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2450-2855

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Wydawnictwo PAK

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2018 11 B
2017 11 B
2016 11 B
2015 11 B
2014 7 B
2013 7 B
2012 7 B
2011 7 B
2010 9 B
2009 9 B
2008 9 B

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  • Diagnostyka Procesów i Systemów DPS`2015

    Konferencję DPS’2015 zorganizowała Katedra Systemów Decyzyjnych i Robotyki na Wydziale Elektroniki Politechniki Gdańskiej wraz z gdańskim oddziałem Towarzystwa Konsultantów Polskich. Współorganizatorami były: Politechnika Warszawska i Uniwersytet Zielonogórski. Patronat nad konferencją objęły najważniejsze obszarowo krajowe instytucje naukowe: Polska Akademia Nauk, Komitet Automatyki i Robotyki, oraz Polskie Stowarzyszenie Pomiarów...

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  • Thermal Imaging in Wound Healing Diagnostics

    Results of a project searching for objective, quantitative evaluation of postoperative wound healing in cardiosurgery are presented. We propose simple thermal models of the healing processes after cardiosurgery interventions as objective descriptors allowing classification of patients for extraction and following recovery at home or for prolonged treatment in a hospital. Classification of healing as the normal process or as a process...

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