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In some pneumatic actuators deployments, sensors may not be uniformly distributed, which means that some sections or zones in the pneumatic actuators may be densely populated while others are not. In mobile pneumatic actuators, sensors may move from one place to another so as to create additional uniformity. In fact, if we consider the current state of pneumatic actuators, most pneumatic actuators data storage facility proposes an efficient temporal similarity search scheme for both conventional valve kit static and dynamic movement.
The same goes for efficient pneumatic actuators data aggregation as well as information query, which is especially true with multi-attribute data. The pneumatic actuators spatial temporal search can be identified as an important approach that makes use of the similarity search functionalities and aims to reduce the overall energy consumption as well as search latency. In pneumatic actuators, a deployed large scale pneumatic actuators field can be considered as a rectangular field while the entire field can be divided into small rectangular zones. Each zone has a dedicated pneumatic actuators sensor node that is named as zone head. It is assumed that each pneumatic actuators node in the network is configured with three information elements including the number of zones both horizontally and vertically and the zone ID assignments scheme.
The later is assigned within the pneumatic actuators zone sequentially from left to right, and the zone conventional valve kit geographical location can be identified with pneumatic actuators node in the zone with the distance from another zone. The pneumatic actuators similarity algorithm has been proposed based on the curve over a structure and turns out to be rather successful in searching similar data without collecting data from all of the pneumatic actuators network sensors. Being motivated from the curve concept, pneumatic and electric actuators can be divided into different networks as well as square quadrants which denote the number of pneumatic actuators levels.
It is important to select the right pneumatic actuators indexing nodes so as to avoid performance degradation due to too many indexing nodes and on the other hand a lack of enough storage space might be negative within the device due to too few indexing nodes according to the conventional pneumatic actuators design. If the total memory space for pneumatic actuators storing data is one hundred percent and the memory size of each pneumatic actuators sensor is certain, then the number of indexing nodes can be defined as the entire data range of an event in the lower bound and upper bound. Pneumatic actuators can be divided into equal conventional valve kit sub-ranges with each being equal to a particular segment if the event falls in the range of that actuating device.