Development of a High Performance Stream-based Computing Environment
Finished by March 31, 2014
University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, Associate professor
Due to the technology advancement of the micro machine technology, numerical recording of human movement/activity has become available using sensors such as very small sized accelerometer and digital compass. Performance of image sensors has been also improved drastically and the sensor promotes to acquire the human activity applying the consideration of environmental visual effects around the measurement point. The main objective of this research project is to define a novel computing framework for implementing a system that generates the "Knowledge" by analyzing the enormous high definition data streams continuously flowed from the sensors.