The Industrial Information Technology Handbook (Google eBook)

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Richard Zurawski
CRC Press, Nov 29, 2004 - Computers - 1936 pages
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The Industrial Information Technology Handbook focuses on existing and emerging industrial applications of IT, and on evolving trends that are driven by the needs of companies and by industry-led consortia and organizations. Emphasizing fast growing areas that have major impacts on industrial automation and enterprise integration, the Handbook covers topics such as industrial communication technology, sensors, and embedded systems.

The book is organized into two parts. Part 1 presents material covering new and quickly evolving aspects of IT. Part 2 introduces cutting-edge areas of industrial IT.

The Handbook presents material in the form of tutorials, surveys, and technology overviews, combining fundamentals and advanced issues, with articles grouped into sections for a cohesive and comprehensive presentation. The text contains 112 contributed reports by industry experts from government, companies at the forefront of development, and some of the most renowned academic and research institutions worldwide. Several of the reports on recent developments, actual deployments, and trends cover subject matter presented to the public for the first time.
  

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Contents

Chapter 58 The Standard Message Specification for Industrial Automation Systems 8212 ISO 9506 MMS
58-1
Chapter 59 Remote Monitoring and Control over the Internet
59-1
Chapter 60 Internetbased Telemanipulation
60-1
Chapter 61 Knowledge Connect An Approach for an IndustrialIT Service Tool
61-1
Chapter 62 OPC 8212 Openness Productivity and Connectivity
62-1
Chapter 63 Java Technology and Industrial Applications
63-1
Chapter 64 The GRAFCET Specification Language
64-1
Chapter 65 Programming with the IEC 611313 Languages and the MatPLC
65-1

Chapter 8 Internet Programming Languages
8-1
Chapter 9 Internet Still Image and Video Formats
9-1
Chapter 10 The Fundamentals of Web Services
10-1
Chapter 11 Programming Web Services with net and Java
11-1
Chapter 12 Multidimensional Databases1
12-1
Chapter 13 TCPIP Architecture Protocols and Services
13-1
Chapter 14 The Fundamentals of the Quality of Service
14-1
Chapter 15 The Internet Protocol
15-1
Chapter 16 The Transmission Control Protocol
16-1
Chapter 17 The User Datagram Protocol
17-1
Chapter 18 ARP 8212 Address Resolution Protocol
18-1
Chapter 19 IPv6 IPSec and VPNs
19-1
Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols
20-1
Chapter 21 Multicast
21-1
Chapter 22 A Survey of Congestion and QoS Control Mechanisms for the Internet
22-1
Chapter 23 Mobile IP Routing
23-1
Chapter 24 IPMobility Cellular and Wireless Networks
24-1
Scalable and Flexible QualityofService with Differentiated Services
25-1
Chapter 26 MPLS 8212 Multiprotocol Label Switching
26-1
Chapter 27 The Integrated Services Architecture and RSVP
27-1
Chapter 28 RTP RTCP and RTSP 8212 Internet Protocols for Real Time Multimedia Communication
28-1
Chapter 29 Mail Transfer Protocols and File Transfer Protocol
29-1
Chapter 30 The Hypertext Transfer Protocol and Uniform Resource Identifier
30-1
Basic Notions and Frameworks
31-1
Chapter 32 Simple Network Management Protocol SNMP
32-1
Chapter 33 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
33-1
Chapter 34 Network Security and Secure Applications
34-1
Chapter 35 Internet Firewalls
35-1
Chapter 36 Ad Hoc Networks
36-1
INDUSTRIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
36-17
Chapter 37 Principles of Lower Layer Protocols for Data Communications
37-1
Chapter 38 Wireless Local Area Networks and Wireless Personal Area Networks WLANS and WPANs
38-1
Chapter 39 PROFIBUS 8212 Open Solutions for the World of Automation
39-1
Chapter 40 The WORLDFIP Fieldbus
40-1
History and Features
41-1
Chapter 42 Operating Principles and Features of CAN Networks
42-1
Chapter 43 LonWorksEIA709 Networks EIA709 Protocol LonTalk
43-1
Chapter 44 TimeTriggered Communcation Networks
44-1
Chapter 45 IEEE 1394 for Factory Automation
45-1
Chapter 46 Which Network for Which Application
46-1
Chapter 47 Networked Control Systems Overview
47-1
Chapter 48 The Quest for RealTime Behavior in Ethernet1
48-1
Chapter 49 Switched Ethernet in Automation Networking
49-1
Chapter 50 Wireless LAN Technology for the Factory Floor
50-1
Chapter 51 Bluetooth
51-1
Chapter 52 Linking Factory Floor and the Internet
52-1
Chapter 53 LonWorksTM over IP
53-1
Chapter 54 Interconnection of Wireline and Wireless Fieldbusses
54-1
Chapter 55 Security in Automation Networks
55-1
Chapter 56 PROFIsafe 8212 Safety Technology with PROFIBUS
56-1
Chapter 57 A Comparative Case Study of Distributed Network Architectures for Different Automotive Applications
57-1
A Developers View
66-1
Chapter 67 Applications of Haptics in Design and Manufacturing
67-1
Chapter 68 Implementation of a Virtual Factory Communication System using the Manufacturing Message Specification Standard
68-1
Chapter 69 IT Security for Automation Systems
69-1
Chapter 70 A Smart Transducer Interface Standard for Sensors and Actuators
70-1
Chapter 71 Integration Technologies of Field Devices in Distributed Control and Engineering Systems
71-1
Analysis and Design
72-1
Chapter 73 Robot Vision
73-1
Chapter 74 Robot Tactile Sensing
74-1
Chapter 75 Giving Robots a Sense of Smell
75-1
Chapter 76 Ultrasonic Sensors in Robotics
76-1
Chapter 77 Intelligent Space and Mobile Robots
77-1
Chapter 78 A Survey on SelfOrganizing Wireless Sensor Networks
78-1
Chapter 79 Software for Wireless Sensor Networks
79-1
Chapter 80 Introduction to Multisensor Data Fusion
80-1
Chapter 81 RealTime Systems
81-1
Chapter 82 Design of Embedded Systems
82-1
Chapter 83 Models of Computation for Embedded Systems
83-1
Chapter 84 Hardwarelevel Design Languages
84-1
Chapter 85 Languages for Embeddd Systems1
85-1
Chapter 86 Verification Languages
86-1
Chapter 87 Embedded Software in the SoC World The Concept of HdS in View of the HW and SW Design Challenge
87-1
Chapter 88 Internal Architecture and Features of Realtime Embedded Operating Systems
88-1
Chapter 89 Power Aware Embedded Computing
89-1
Chapter 90 HTTP Digest Authentication 8212 Theory and Practice
90-1
Chapter 91 Security in Embedded Systems
91-1
Chapter 92 SystemonChip and NetworkonChip Design
92-1
Chapter 93 PlatformBased and Derivative Design
93-1
Chapter 94 HardwareSoftware Interfaces Design for SoC
94-1
Chapter 95 NetworkonChip Design for Gigascale SystemsonChip
95-1
Chapter 96 An Introductory Survey of Networked Embedded Systems
96-1
Chapter 97 Introduction to e Manufacturing
97-1
Chapter 98 XML for the Exchange of Automation Project Information
98-1
Chapter 99 Enterprise Manufacturing Data Exchange Using XML
99-1
Chapter 100 Web Services for Integrated Automation Systems
99-21
Chapter 101 Integration Between Production and Business Systems
99-35
Chapter 102 Principles and Features of PROFINET
99-59
Chapter 103 The IDA Standard
99-87
Chapter 104 Open System Architecture for Controls within Automation Systems OSACA
99-93
Chapter 105 Open Controller Enabled by an Advanced RealTime Network OCEAN
99-105
A Technical Overview
99-117
The MultiAgent Approach
99-133
Chapter 108 Multiagentbased Architecture for Plant Automation
99-153
Chapter 109 Collaborative AgentBased Factory Automation
99-173
Chapter 110 Smart Power Systems Rely on Standards for Information Models and Messaging 8212 IEC 61850
99-195
Chapter 111 The JEVIS Service Platform 8212 Distributed Energy Data Acquistion and Management
99-217
Chapter 112 Industrial ITBased Network Management
99-229
Author Index
I-1
Subject Index
I-7
Back cover
I-53
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