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Radio frequency identification tags linked to on board micro-electro-mechanical systems in a wireless, remote and intelligent monitoring and assessment system for the maintainance of constructed facilities.
 
 

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MEMSCON Facts

Contract No: 036887 

Project total cost:  4.632.430

EC contribution: 3.814.816

Project Start Date: 1/10/2008

Duration: 36 Months

Coordinator: Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), Athens, Greece

Instrument: Specific Targeted Research Project

No of partners: 12

 

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D.2.3 The Expert System, the Data Bases and the Knowledge Base

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY     

The present report describes the work activities related to the Task 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 of the Work Package 2 (Development of the DSS for Proactive Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation Following Seismic Damage). More over it describes the context of the final version of the prototype of the DSS.

The tasks include the Design and Implementation of the Expert System, the Data and Knowledge Base and the Data Manager as well as the testing of functionalities of the modules and of results, on the basis of the architecture developed in Task 2.4.2.1 (“Requirements and specifications”).

During the design and implementation stages the following activities have been performed:

1)     detailed analysis of the internal structure of each module, including interrelations between sub-modules and intermediate results;

2)     definition of the data dictionary including parameters and variables considered in the calculation module developing  in WP1;

3)     design and implementation of the User Interface based on the requirements reported at Task 2.4.2.1

4)     After the implementation, the System was tested by developers and engineers.

Testing activities included functional tests in terms of data loading and modification, visual analysis of the developed frames and check of visibility of the results in graphic form as well as the analysis of the correctness of the Module’s results which include the following tasks:

       System tests,

       Unit tests

       Integration tests

 

The testing activities were followed by the refinement and the technical verification of the Expert System and the Data and Knowledge Bases.

After the analysis of these tasks’ results we believe that the work has been satisfactorily accomplished, as all the initial objectives are fulfilled. The experience from the test and the feedback received lead to the conclusion that the Prototype of the DSS as the outcome of this deliverable is a powerful and highly competitive tool which ensures the realization of the final DSS.