Ppt on pheromonal security system

Swarm Intelligence An Introduction

used for a large set of problems A set of software agents Stochastic Based on the pheromone model Artificial Ant A set of software agents Stochastic Based on the pheromone model Pheromones are used by real ants to mark paths. Ants follow these paths (i.e., / following areas: Data Mining Intelligent Robots Routing Movies/Entertainment Industry Parameter Optimization Protection/Security Systems Applications of ABC algorithm Your report should include a comprehensive literature review with a list of references.


Swarm Intelligence 05005028 (sarat chand) 05005029(naresh Kumar) 05005031(veeranjaneyulu) 05010033(kalyan raghu)‏

is artificial intelligence based on the collective behavior of decentralized, self-organized systems” Characteristics of Swarms Composed of many individuals Individuals are homogeneous Local interaction / Scheduling jobs for a production machine. Data clustering Comparisons Ants use pheromones for back tracking route to food source. Bees instead use Path/ trilogy, Troy. Unmanned underwater vehicles(UUV):  Groups of UUVs used as security units  Only local maps at each UUV  Joint detection of and attack/


BEHAVIOR NATURE OF BEHAVIOROF. Stimuli and Behavior An organism’s environment is always changing. These changes may involve one or more external factors,

contrasts between flowers that appear similar to us partly explains the efficiency with which honeybees secure nectar from only one species of flower at a time even when other species are /pheromone of the butterfly Agrotis segetum COORDINATING BEHAVIOR The behavior of an organism depends on its form and Structure. The cheetah’s body structure permits it to run swiftly to catch prey. The robin escapes predators by flying away. Behavior is affected by all body systems. The nervous system, endocrine system/


11.3: Movement of Ants (plus more Matlab, plus Artificial Life)

(N, S, E, W) 2. Each cell contains an ant, a quantity of pheromone (chemical deposited by ants and attractive to them), both, or neither 3. Ant cannot /What interests scientists is the spontaneous orders and self-organizing behaviors that emerge from such simple systems of rules. This is a profound idea that shows up in biology, economics, and /preferring the support of domestic to that of foreign industry he intends only his own security; and by directing that industry in such a manner as its produce may be /


Programming for Swarm CS655 Course Project Weilin Zhong.

visited can be associated with a color can be sensed by a growing points to make growth decision Pheromone exists to guide the movement of growing point radially symmetric about the source and monotonic decreasing in the /Object Oriented Shortcomings No consideration of security and survivability Poor Performance April 24 2001CS655 Project Weilin Zhong StarLogo and GPL StarLogo Multi-agent System Mobile agents and static env Regularly discrete and coordinated spatial system Dynamic and adaptive models GPL /


Chapter 12 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation /Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental/ pesticides Bio pesticides Genetic engineering Genetic engineering Pheromones, sterile males, juvenile hormones, radiation Pheromones, sterile males, juvenile hormones, radiation Integrated/


Programming for Swarm CS655 Course Project Weilin Zhong.

visited can be associated with a color can be sensed by a growing points to make growth decision Pheromone exists to guide the movement of growing point radially symmetric about the source and monotonic decreasing in the/Object Oriented Shortcomings No consideration of security and survivability Performance April 24 2001CS655 Project Weilin Zhong StarLogo and GPL StarLogo Multi-agent System Mobile agents and static env Regularly discrete and coordinated spatial system Dynamic and adaptive models GPL /


This continuing education web conference is brought to you by The web conference will start at 8:02 p.m. (EST). 1.

(cortisol)  acute / chronic effects on behaviour health Noradrenergic system  Acute / chronic  sympathetic arousal – lack conscious control// drugs www.abrionline.org Positive Veterinary Visits 64 Positive association with restraint / carrier / car  Secure restraint – head halter  Other pet – owner - treats / toys Fear / anxiety: Avoid till/to stimulus Determine cause – resolve (e.g. conflicts) Evidence - pheromones, fluoxetine, clomipramine Other natural products Feline Urine Marking 66 Anxiety / /


1 (c) Mark Gerstein, 1999, Yale, bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu BIOINFORMATICS Databases Mark Gerstein, Yale University bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/mbb452a.

g. antibiotics against bacteria, Tatusov et al., 1997). In some genome annotation systems, attempts have been made to integrate a variety of membership analyses and perform/4 3 Neurotoxin III (ATX III) 1.001.010 d2erl__ 3 5 Protozoan pheromone proteins Matches Folds Structures Foreign Key Cor e 26 (c) Mark Gerstein,/mbb.yale.edu Aspects of Forms: Transactions and Security Transactions  Genome Centers and United Airlines!  Log each entry and enable UNDO Security  Only certain users can modify certain fields/


EMOTION AND REASON IN SAFE SEX COMMUNICATION AND WARNING: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERVENTION DESIGN  ROSS BUCK  UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT  PRESENTATION TO.

: u COMMUNICATIVE DISPLAYS (PHEROMONES, FACE EXPR.) u SOCIAL AFFORDANCES EMOTION IS AN ENTITY AT BOTH BIOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL LEVELS  BIOLOGICAL LEVEL: u SPECIFIABLE NEUROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS u ASSOCIATED WITH PEPTIDE NEUROTRANSMITTERS/ SAFE-SEX COMMUNICATION (SAFECOMM) SCALE  BASED ON A HIERARCHY OF SPECIFIC NEUROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS FROM AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE  INCLUDES POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE INDIVIDUALISTIC EMOTIONS (HAPPY, SECURE, SAD, FEAR, ANGER)  INCLUDES POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE PROSOCIAL EMOTIONS (LOVE, /


1 (c) Mark Gerstein, 1999, Yale, bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu BIOINFORMATICS Databases Mark Gerstein, Yale University bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/mbb452a.

. antibiotics against bacteria, Tatusov et al., 1997). In some genome annotation systems, attempts have been made to integrate a variety of membership analyses and perform/ 3 Neurotoxin III (ATX III) 1.001.010 d2erl__ 3 5 Protozoan pheromone proteins Matches Folds Structures Foreign Key 23 (c) Mark Gerstein, 1999, Yale/.yale.edu Aspects of Forms: Transactions and Security Transactions  Genome Centers and United Airlines!  Log each entry and enable UNDO Security  Only certain users can modify certain fields/


Social Interactions Chapter 46. Animal Behavior Observable coordinated responses to stimuli Observable coordinated responses to stimuli Originates with.

Originates with genes that direct the formation of tissues and organs of the animal body Nervous System Detects processes and integrates information about stimuli Detects processes and integrates information about stimuli Commands muscles/pheromones) May bring about behavioral change in receiver or cause physiological change (priming pheromones) Acoustical Signals Sounds used in communication Sounds used in communication Used to attract mates, secure territory, warn off rivals Used to attract mates, secure /


1 (c) Mark Gerstein, 1999, Yale, bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu BIOINFORMATICS Databases Mark Gerstein, Yale University bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/mbb452a.

g. antibiotics against bacteria, Tatusov et al., 1997). In some genome annotation systems, attempts have been made to integrate a variety of membership analyses and perform/4 3 Neurotoxin III (ATX III) 1.001.010 d2erl__ 3 5 Protozoan pheromone proteins Matches Folds Structures Foreign Key Cor e 21 (c) Mark Gerstein,/mbb.yale.edu Aspects of Forms: Transactions and Security Transactions  Genome Centers and United Airlines!  Log each entry and enable UNDO Security  Only certain users can modify certain fields/


Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. CHAPTER 55 LECTURE SLIDES.

group can seek shelter –Social insects produce pheromones that trigger attack behavior –Ants deposit trail pheromones between nest and food source 36 37 Waggle/shore crab selects a diet of energetically profitable prey Behavioral Ecology Territorial behavior secures resources –Home range: where the animal lives and forages; defends territory/tasks Workers and soldiers –Honeybees –Leaf-cutter ants 72 Social Systems Vertebrate social systems –Usually less rigidly organized and less cohesive –Diet and predation/


A Survey on Tracking Methods for a Wireless Sensor Network Taylor Flagg, Beau Hollis & Francisco J. Garcia-Ascanio.

Smart House Air Traffic Control Air Traffic Control Fleet Monitoring Fleet Monitoring Security Security Many sensor types can be used Hierarchical Approach STUN: Scalable Tracking Using/trail of pheromones Ants leave trail of pheromones Other ants follow the direction in which pheromones are most intense Other ants follow the direction in which pheromones are / nodes are pre-established in the region that the evader will occupy Systems provide a lower tier of nodes that only collect evader data Differences/


Hormones R’ Us. It is almost impossible to overestimate the impact of the contraceptive pill on human arrangements. (35)… The pill has had a remarkable,

are separate phenomena, with their own emotional and motivational systems, and accompanying chemicals. These systems have evolved to enable, respectively, mating, pair-bonding/state, says Dr Fisher, is characterised by feelings of calm, security, social comfort and emotional union. Love, the great gender /pheromones and undermine her ability to pick up the right chemical signals from men. Scientists believe pheromones may help people choose biologically compatible mates. Professor Grammer said the pheromone/


Chapter 5.1 Human Population Expansion and its Cause rapid human population expansion is a recent event, occurring mainly over the last 100 years until.

relatively high cost of raising children existence of pensions and Social Security opportunities for women to join the workforce access to contraceptives and health/studies have linked pesticide exposure to suppression of the immune and endocrine systems, as well as Parkinson’s disease evidence of some pesticides interfering with/to provide signals for the control of developmental processes and metabolic functions pheromones: chemicals secreted by one individual that influence the behavior of another /


An Ant Colony Optimization Approach Expert Identification in Social Networks Muhammad Aurangzeb Ahmad, Jaideep Srivastava Department of Computer Science.

security (United Tech) Tax Audit (Dept of Revenue) Driver modeling (Eaton) Science & Engineering Applications Climate modeling (NASA) High energy physics (Fermi) Penetration mechanics (ARL) Simulation (LLNL, DOE) Vehicle Health (NASA)  Technology transfer  Minnesota Intrusion Detection System /.  When an ant finds a food source it retraces its path.  Ants lay chemical trials called pheromones in their path which can evaporate if not reinforced. University of Minnesota ACO (Ant Colony Optimization) ‏ /


The Amazing Honey Bee Photo by D.J. Shlien. We hear about various problems with bees: bee mites Africanized bees colony collapse disorder. Should we care?

makes the management and protection of pollinators an issue of paramount importance to the security of the United States food supply system;” http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=s110-1694 “No other /Dance Communicates the location and profitability of a food source to other foragers of the hive. Pheromones* Various pheromones are secreted by the queen and by the workers from their glands. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * “Any /


Gender Identity and Roles  Sex chromosomes—XX, XY  Y is smaller—carries less information  Occasionally some other combination occurs XXY—Klinefelter’s—a.

genitals but no uterus or fallopian tubes ○ Also no male duct system—epididymus, vas, seminal vesicles, ejaculatory duct, etc Dominican Republic Syndrome/○ Dominant values—caring for others, perseverance ○ Study same subjects ○ Equality Pheromones  Chemical substances secreted externally that convey information/cause responses in other members of/ than women request attractive body shape  More women than men request financial security  More women than men request earning capacity, education, IQ, ambition /


The Amazing Honey Bee Photo by D.J. Shlien. We hear about various problems with bees: bee mites Africanized bees colony collapse disorder. Should we care?

bee pollination. The protection of pollinators is an issue of importance to the security of the United States food supply system;” “No other pollinating insect can be as easily managed and manipulated as the/Dance Communicates the location and profitability of a food source to other foragers of the hive. Pheromones* Various pheromones are secreted by the queen and by the workers from their glands. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * “Any chemical/


Africanized Honey Bee Emergency Response

out the “Predator” and if threatened sting the predator. The stinger releases an “Alarm Pheromone” that signals the other bees to attack. Why are African Honey Bees Aggressive European Honey/3/4" hose line will be pulled and hooked to the apparatus F500 foam system. The hose line will be pulled by the firefighter at a quick pace towards/ Other foams will kill honey bees if F500 is not available, just not as well. Securing the Scene Option One. –Find and destroy the defensive colony with foam if possible. (/


Agriculture of Central Kenya Research Update. The Course Breakdowns  2 Courses  Beginner Course  Informative  Basic Methods/Techniques  Advanced.

slow rate  Uses less water  More complicated system (than flood or treadle)  System could get clogged  routine maintenance is needed  Purity of water needed to prevent rusting within system Pest Control – Push Pull Method  Push – / volatiles Aggregation pheromones Sex pheromones Oviposition stimulants Gustatory stimulants Can also be applied using different repellents and attracts on other things. Pest Control – Push Pull Method (3)  Advantages  Minimizes agro-chemicals  Food security  Increases /


Health Consequences of War and Militarism Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP.

Project Agile (1996) – race-specific stink bombs Pheromones (to impair human and animal reproduction; mark individuals for assaults by killer bees, other animals or pests) Pheromones (to impair human and animal reproduction; mark / Total Information Awareness System (Poindexter) Total Information Awareness System (Poindexter) Paranoia: alert levels, duct tape and plastic sheeting Paranoia: alert levels, duct tape and plastic sheeting Special Interest Provisions in the Homeland Security Law Vaccine liability /


▒ Ecosolatec ©Eco Solatec All rights reserved Hwasoon, Jeon-nam, Korea.

19 Pending 10-2008-0080757 Security Street lamp for Insects 2009.05.28 Pending 10-2009-0046827 Security Street lamp 2009.11./R-2 Bumble Bee (Bombus Terrestris) B.T (Bio-Pesticide) Eco-Friendly Materials Pheromone TrapNatural EnemiesBSF (Black Soldier Fly) Export Products 11 Application RESEARCH / MONITORING FIELD CROPSLIVESTOCKORCHARD/ (Korean Product) Chinese solar trap Operation method- DC generated by solar panel Trapping system - Light+fan+attractant - Trapping net or attached trapping cage - Light only -/


PERTANIAN ORGANIK RAMAH LINGKUNGAN Diabstraksikan oleh:

, hormones, natural plant regulators, enzymes etc. Sex pheromones are one kind of semio-chemicals that attract the pests and controlled by mechanical damage. About 1000 insect pheromones have been isolate and identified and synthesized in Taiwan / Andreasen (International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems) Organic Agriculture is a ”good option for food security in Africa” "… organic agriculture can be more conducive to food security than most conventional systems, and .. it is more likely to be /


Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management

agriculture. Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation of/for the pest enemies. Implant genetic resistance. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt life cycles. Other/: Slow population growth. Sharply reduce poverty. Develop and phase in systems of more sustainable, low input agriculture over the next few decades./


Women’s Long Term Mating Strategies

indispensable Excellent signal of the continuation of present resources Ancestral Women -- helped solve the critical adaptive problem of securing resources -- helped them gauge the likelihood of future resources when direct and easily observable signs of resources /Cont… Women’s mate/marriage choices are also influenced by men’s immune-system genes Women are not directly aware of this, but immune-system genes are signaled thru pheromones and women respond to these scents (especially when fertile) In terms of/


Chapter 23 Food Production and Pest Management. Fig. 13-18, p. 285 Biodiversity LossSoil Water Air PollutionHuman Health Loss and degradation of grasslands,

spawn. Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation of the/Develop and phase in systems of more sustainable, low input or organic agriculture over the next few decades. Develop and phase in systems of more sustainable, low/buildup of aphid populations in field crops c. Using chemicals known as pheromones to disrupt insect mating cycles d. Using sewage sludge to improve the/


Food Resources and Soil Asim Zia Introduction to Environmental Issues EnvS 001, Spring 2007 Department of Environmental Studies San Jose State University.

and wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation  Example/Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation / in natural enemies. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt/


Chapter 13 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

and wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation  Example/Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation of/ in natural enemies. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt/


Mid-term Grades  A (79-90 pts; 88%-100%):15%  B (68- 78 pts; 76%-87%): 8%  C (50-67 pts; 56%-67%):21%  D (35-49 pts; 39%-55%):44%  F (0 - 34 pts;

sentences  AKA: infant-directed speech (IDS); motherese; parentese  Language acquisition support system (LASS, Bruner)  Prosodic features of IDS  Higher acoustic frequency  Wider / effect  Olfaction  Evidence of the functions of pheromones in animals and humans for both kin recognition and/months  Ainsworth: special, irreplaceable people  Desire to maintain proximity  Derive a sense of security Ethology  Konrad Lorenz: Imprinting  Critical period  Irreversible  Humans: Attachment  Sensitive /


Social Interactions. Animal Behavior Observable coordinated responses to stimuli Originates with genes that direct the formation of tissues and organs.

Responds to Prey Mama spiders don’t teach their offspring (instinctive) Nervous System Detects processes and integrates information about stimuli Commands muscles and glands to /-03.asp Acoustical Signals Sounds used in communication Used to attract mates, secure territory, warn off rivals May also be used to communicate danger, keep/receiver intercepts a signal meant for individuals of another species –Termite smells pheromone of invading ant and attacks it An illegitimate signaler mimics signals –Predatory /


Chapter 13 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

and wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation  Example/Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation of/ in natural enemies. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt/


Let’s talk Bees =honey+bee+videos&FORM=VIRE1#vie w=detail&mid=E6F1E803BD31BDC39BD 8E6F1E803BD31BDC39BD8 1.

not have a spine or spinal cord. Do not have lungs Open Circulatory System 4 Honeybees are unique Social Insects that live cooperatively Gather and Store excess quantities//molding wax into cells Accept and store pollen and nectar from foragers House Security Guard hive and its entrance (some say only about 5% of bees /watch?v=89rtOi1Fco Q&feature=player_detailpage 30 Communication Physical Communications – Waggle Dance – Piping Pheromones – Nasonav – Poison – Alarm 31 So the Waggle Dance 32 Waggle Dance –/


Chapter 13 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

and wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation  Example/Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation of/ in natural enemies. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt/


Chapter 13 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

and wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation  Example/Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation of/ in natural enemies. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt/


Chapter 13 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

and wastes water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation  /controls. Solutions: Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  Increasing food security Slowing populations growth Slowing populations growth Reducing poverty Reducing poverty Slowing /in natural enemies. Bring in natural enemies. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones to lure pests into traps. Use hormones to disrupt/


The Emerging Self  First 6 months: Discover physical self  Joint attention – 9 months  Difference in perceptions can be shared  Self-recognition –

of Y chromosome  Testosterone masculinizes brain and nervous system  Social influences and labeling at birth  Gender behavior through social interaction /Westermark effect  Olfaction  Evidence of the functions of pheromones in animals and humans for both kin recognition and sexual/ months  Ainsworth: special, irreplaceable people  Desire to maintain proximity  Derive a sense of security Ethology  Konrad Lorenz: Imprinting  Critical period  Irreversible  Humans: Attachment  Sensitive period /


Chapter 13 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing populations growth, sharply reducing poverty, and slowing environmental degradation/ target weeds.  Pesticides are potentially linked to endocrine system disorders, immune system disorders, nervous system disorders, and childhood brain cancer. Individuals Matter: Rachel / to cover property Use pheromones (species-specific chemical sex attractant) to lure pests into traps. Use pheromones (species-specific chemical sex/


Chapter 12 Food, Soil Conservation, and Pest Management.

water) Stop growing crops for 2–5 years Install underground drainage systems (expensive) Salinization and Waterlogging of Soils: A Downside of Irrigation /Steps Toward More Sustainable Food Production  We can increase food security by slowing __________________, sharply reducing _______________, and slowing environmental / pesticides Bio pesticides Genetic engineering Genetic engineering Pheromones, sterile males, juvenile hormones, radiation Pheromones, sterile males, juvenile hormones, radiation Integrated/


Innovations for sustainable intensification of agricultural production: knowledge intensive routes to doubling yields and reducing inputs Millennium Address.

former the current worlds leading cereal producer, he said biotechnology was the surest existing way to ensure food security in Africa and other developing countries. Maize, if given the right push, he noted, will sufficiently feed/ Sitodiplosis mosellana Construct decision support system for monitoring and control Monitor Fire-fight with pesticides Improve monitoring technology Develop resistant varieties Control by smart sensing systems Monitoring numbers of male midges Pheromone traps set at crop height /


N2ON2O CH 4 CO 2 Sustainability and Tree Fruit Production David Granatstein WSU-Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources Wenatchee, WA USA.

Cydia pomonella control – change over time Lead arsenate DDT Azinphos-methyl Pheromone mating disruption Codling moth granulosis virus ?? Conventional then Conventional now Sustainability / Sustainability Family farms Farm workers Rural communities Human health Food security Fair trade Next generation of farmers 79% from residue exposure/(IFP) Organic farming Similarities: Emphasize bio-intensive management, whole system Use guidelines, standards, certification, label identity Restrict materials Differences/


Catalytic mechanisms of topoisomerases DNA structure: Tertiary Structure: topology of plasmids Lecture 12: 1 10/25/2006.

the cation channel trp2 is required in the VNO to detect male-specific pheromones that elicit aggressive behaviors and dictate the choice of sexual partners. Congratulations / impressed but nevertheless failed to adopt the concept. We have also secured a copy of Minskys original letter to his patent agent which we/German engineering student, Paul Nipkow proposed and patented the worlds first electromechanical television system in 1884. Paul Nipkow devised the notion of dissecting the image and transmitting/


I501 – Introduction to Informatics Info rm atics and computing Lecture 11 – Fall 2009 From.

Info rm atics and computing Lecture 11 – Fall 2009 Informatics: a possible parsing Complex Systems Data & Search Data Mining HCID Social Informatics Security Bio- Chem- Geo- Music- Health-  towards problem solving  beyond computing / Local computation leads to higher order emergent computation  Walk algorithm probabilistic, but biased by pheromone concentraion  Ants leave pheromone trail when food is found  Pheromone evaporates with time  Find shortest path  Note:  ~ greedy algorithm: hill-climbing/


OMG TC meeting at Irvine Feb. 20011 Bio-Networking Architecture: An Approach to Leverage Super Distributed Object Environment using Biological Concepts.

web pages (cyber-entities OMG TC meeting at Irvine Feb. 2001 10 Evolution and Adaptation Biological systems the biological system adjusts itself for environmental changes of long-term and short-term. key enablers:  species diversity / TC meeting at Irvine Feb. 2001 19 Bionet Services Directory Cyber Entity Migration Pheromone Emission Resource Sensing Social Networking CommunicationLifecycle Security Bionet Services Relationship Management Energy Management Resource Allocation OMG TC meeting at Irvine Feb/


Doctoral Defense Application of Agent-Based Approaches to Enhance Container Terminal Operations by Omor Sharif Director: Dr. Nathan Huynh In Partial Fulfillment.

89 (2011) 7 Excessive Waiting of Trucks at Terminal Gates Documentation processing, security checks at gate At peak hours demand greatly exceeds supply at gate Long / Netlogo Simulation model, coded in Netlogo A modeling environment for agent-based systems Many useful primitives that expedite the implementation Extensive documentation and tutorials, model /in network For example, used for shortest path, load balancing We utilize pheromone laying behavior of ants Ants have a decision to make Situation several /


Scientific Foundation of Social Brain Beverly Sutton Research Committee Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP) Other committee members: Russell.

securely reactive 35% of maltreated infants remained disorganized & 21% securely reactive Control infants: opposite rates of 27% disorganized & 71% secure Control infants: opposite rates of 27% disorganized & 71% secure/ recalls experience Memory stores and recalls experience 2-memory systems: 2-memory systems: Declarative (explicit), features awareness of past experiences, /412:873. Crozier RH: Pheromones and the single queen, Nature Genetics, 2002,30(1):4-5. Crozier RH: Pheromones and the single queen, /


Lakeside Labs, Klagenfurt, 14/07/2010 1 Engineering Self-Organising Applications Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo Birkbeck College, University of London

of fields where ants are located Wrinkle = Abstraction for the pheromone Fields = channels Food-fields: down to food Home-fields: down to home Pheromone evaporation Environment removes the wrinkle after elapsed time Lakeside Labs, /. Swarm Intelligence: From Natural to Artificial Systems Santa Fe Institute Studies on the Sciences of Complexity. Oxford University Press, UK, 1999. [Cahill 03] V. Cahill, B. Shand, et al.: "Using Trust for Secure Collaboration in Uncertain Environments", IEEE Pervasive Computing/


Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kalahandi Bh awanipatna. Demographic Detail and Total no of Farm Families of Kalahandi District Total Populati on Schedule Caste.

ruminants for better milk yield.  Providing nutritional and livelihood security to the women groups through various entrepreneurial activities i.e Poultry rearing, vermicomposting/ pigeonpea (Arhar) Name of Technology Details of technology selectedInstallation of pheromone trap @ 20 /acre with application of neem based pesticide @5ml/ Promoting short duration varieties in drought prone areas  Promoting micro irrigation system  Adoption of moisture conservation practices Climatic resilient Technologies  Popularization of /


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