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Zbigniew Bielecki, Jacek Janucki, Adam Kawalec, Janusz Mikołajczyk, Norbert Pałka, Mateusz Pasternak, Tadeusz Pustelny, Tadeusz Stacewicz and Jacek Wojtas

-443. Eger, L., Do, S., Ishwar, P., Karl, W. C., Pien, H. (2011). A learning-based approach to explosives detection using multi-energy x-Ray computed tomography. Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), IEEE International Conference in Prague , 2004-2007. Faust, A. A., Rothschild, R. E., Leblanc, P., McFee, J. E. (2009). Development of a Coded Aperture X-Ray Backscatter Imager for Explosive Device Detection. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science , 56(1). Buffler, A. (2004). Contraband detection with fast

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Jan Kudlacek and Petr Chabera

.U. Low-pressure plasma cleaning: a process for precision cleaning applications. // Surface and Coatings Technology, 97, 1-3(1997), pp. 176-181. [13] Pacak, L.; Kudlacek, J. The Calibration of a Device Used for the Detection of Surface Cleanliness // Proceedings of CO-MAT-TECH 2005. Bratislava: Vydavatelstvo STU, 2005, pp. 133-138. [14] Kudlacek, J.; Kreibich, V. Evaluation of degreesing processes. // 51. International Galvanic Conference, Bratislava: STU v Bratislave Fakulta chemickej a potravinarskej technologie, 2009, s. 54-59. ISBN

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A. Skorodumovs, E Avots, J Hofmanis and G. Korāts

Telemedicine and Telecare 6 , 199–204. 7. Brownsell, S., and Hawley, M.S. (2004). Automatic fall detectors and the fear of falling. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 10 , 262–6. 8. Muhammad, M., Shao, L., and Seed, L. (2013). A survey on fall detection: Principles and approaches. Neurocomputing 100 , 144–152. 9. STMicroelectronics. (2011). LIS2DH ultra Low Power Accelerometer Datasheet [online] [accessed 8 September 2015]. Available at http://www.st.com/web/en/resource/technical/document/datasheet/DM00042751.pdf . 10. Atmel. (2014). ATxmega32C4

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E. Pliński

-1240 (2005). G. Kube, H. Backe, W. Lauth, and H. Schoepe, "Smith-Purcell radiation in view of particle beam diagnostic", Proc. DIPAC 1, CD-ROM (2008). M. Mukherjee and N. Mazumder, "Photo-illuminated InP Terahertz IMPATT device", Indium Phosphide & Related Materials, 19th IEEE Int. Conf. 1, CD-ROM (2008). N. Karpowicz, H. Zhong, C. Zhang, K.-I Lin, J.-S. Hwang, J. Xu, and X.-C. Zhang, "Compact continuous-wave subterahertz system for inspection applications", Appl. Phys. Lett. 86, 054105

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Christopher Armstrong, Diarmuid Kavanagh, Sara Lal and Peter Rossiter

Combining Popular Game Consoles and OSGi to Investigate Autonomous In-The-Field Biomedical Data Acquisition and Management

The need and interest in conducting biomedical research outside the traditional laboratory is increasing. In the field testing such as in the participant's home or work environment is a growing consideration when undertaking biomedical investigation. This type of research requires at a minimum semi-autonomous computer systems that collect such data and send it back to the laboratory for processing and dissemination with the smallest amount of attendance by the participant or even the experimenter. A key aspect of supporting this type of research is the selection of the appropriate software and hardware components. These supporting systems need to be reliable, allow considerable customizability and be readily accessible but also able to be locked down. In this paper we report a set of requirements for the hardware and software for such a system. We then utilise these requirements to evaluate the use of game consoles as a hardware platform in comparison to other hardware choices. We finish by outline one particular aspect of the supporting software used to support the chosen hardware platform based on the OSGi framework.

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R. Walczak

animals by optical characterization in lab-on-a-chip device", Proc. μTAS 2010 1, 697-698 (2010). DRUID Project http://www.druid-project.eu R. Walczak, J. Dziuban, M. Scholles, and J. Krüger, "Toward portable instrumentation for quantitative cocaine detection with lab-on-a-paper and hybrid optical readout", Procedia Chemistry 1 (1), 999-1002 (2009). R. Walczak, J. Dziuban, and J. Krüger, "Fluorometric detector of cocaine in human sweat - portable new generation narcometer", PAK 56 (7

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Tomasz Kryjak, Mateusz Komorkiewicz and Marek Gorgon

, ISSN 1861-8200. [18] M. Wojcikowski, R. Zaglewski, and B. Pankiewicz, “FPGA-Based Real- Time Implementation of Detection Algorithm for Automatic Traffic Surveillance Sensor Network,” Journal of Signal Processing Systems, vol. 68, pp. 1-18, 2012, issue 1, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland, ISSN 1939-8018,. [19] T. Kryjak, M. Komorkiewicz, and M. Gorgon, “Real-time background generation and foreground object segmentation for high defnition colour video stream in FPGA device,” Journal of Real-Time Image Processing, pp. 1

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J. Wojtas, B. Rutecka, S. Popiel, J. Nawała, M. Wesołowski, J. Mikołajczyk, S. Cudziło and Z. Bielecki

References [1] Bielecki, Z., Janucki, J., Kawalec, A., Mikołajczyk, J., Palka, N., Pasternak, M., Pustelny, T., Stacewicz, T., Wojtas, J. (2012). Sensors and systems for the detection of explosive devices. Metrol. Meas. Syst., 19(1), 3-28. [2] Palka, N. (2010). Spectroscopy of explosive materials in the THz range. Acta Phys. Pol. A, 118(6), 1229-1231. [3] Yinon, J., Zitrin, S. (1993) Modern Methods and Applications in Analysis of Explosives, Chichester, Wiley&Sons. [4] Jankowski, P.J. , Mercdo, A

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Muhammad Salman Khan, Afia Asif, Saed Khawaldeh and Ahmet Tekin

cerevisiae cells at pH 7.2, the obtained value of R(ct) showed over 560 percent from the value obtained on the same thiol-modified electrode [ 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 ]. The main objective of this presented work is to give a better understanding of the comparative study of targeted dopamine detection with two modifications for the surface of Au electrodes i.e., (1) cysteamine and (2) MPA for thermally bonded and ultrasonically welded microfluidic chips, respectively. The influence of both bonding techniques along with the selection of optimized tubing for the fabricated