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Design, Modelling and Implementation of a Geo-Antitheft Prototype for MuseuM’s Masterpieces

FRIDENE RAISSI, Faten (2013) Design, Modelling and Implementation of a Geo-Antitheft Prototype for MuseuM’s Masterpieces. Other thesis, Université Virtuelle de Tunis.

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    Day after day, the theft protection field is becoming more and more fundamental. That is why we can obviously observe the progress of the automatic identification purposes and the stolen articles tracking. The field of the geoprocessing applications is gaining more importance and the number of software-tools specialized in the handling of the space-time data witnessed a considerable growth during the last decade. Several methods dedicated to the design of geoprocessing tools have been proposed. Nevertheless, the theft protection field was studied just for the itinerant stolen articles. The different formalisms that exist in the literature such as tablet computers, smart phones and cars, can lead us to clearly deduce that the immobile articles case has never been treated before. Thus, taking the museum’s masterpieces as a primary target, we propose a solution that addresses real time detection constraints in the field of real time geoprocessing applications. This work has led to a prototype with a CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) tool supporting the proposed formalism. A validation through a concrete example enabled us to enrich and improve this prototype.

    Type du document: Thesis (Other)
    Uncontrolled Keywords: GPS, GPRS, Spatial/Temporal database, GM862, EVK2, Application
    Sujets: Mémoires & thèses > Mémoire professionnel (niveau M)
    Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
    Déposé par: Editeur UVT
    Date de dépôt: 11 Feb 2014 11:59
    Dernière modification: 28 Feb 2014 19:18

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