Maximilian Götzinger

Maximilian Götzinger
University of Turku | UTU · Department of Information Technology

Doctor of Science (Technology)

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Today's energy grids face an increasing number of decentralized and renewable energy sources as well as growing e-mobility. Therefore, reliable grid monitoring becomes a key element for a sustainable grid operation. Traditional grid monitoring concepts are either fully manual, need a detailed system model, or rely on computationally heavy machine l...
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The role of smart and autonomous systems is becoming vital in many areas of industry and society. Expectations from such systems continuously rise and become more ambitious: long lifetime, high reliability, high performance, energy efficiency, and adaptability, particularly in the presence of changing environments. Computational self-awareness prom...
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Cardiovascular diseases are one of the world's major causes of loss of life. The vital signs of a patient can indicate this up to 24 hours before such an incident happens. Healthcare professionals use Early Warning Score (EWS) as a common tool in healthcare facilities to indicate the health status of a patient. However , the chance of survival of a...
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A large number of research and industrial projects could benefit from a module-based development. However, these modules and the communication between them may vary from project to project. Therefore, a general middleware instead of several specialized middlewares for each domain is desired. This paper presents the ACONA Framework (Agent-based Comp...
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Computational Self-awareness can improve performance, robustness, and adaptivity of a system. As a key element of self-awareness, observation quality is critical to gain a correct and comprehensive understanding of the system, its own state, and the environment. This is of more importance in systems, where contextual information play a crucial role...
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Early Warning Score (EWS) systems are a common practice in hospitals. Health-care professionals use them to measure and predict amelioration or deterioration of patients’ health status. However, it is desired to monitor EWS of many patients in everyday settings and outside the hospitals as well. For portable EWS devices, which monitor patients outs...
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Summarized under the term Transport-by-Throwing, robotic arms throwing objects to each other are a visionary system intended to complement the conventional, static conveyor belt. Despite much research and many novel approaches, no fully satisfactory solution to catch a ball with a robotic arm has been developed so far. A new approach based on memor...
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Early Warning Score (EWS) systems are utilized in hospitals by health-care professionals to interpret vital signals of patients. These scores are used to measure and predict amelioration or deterioration of patients’ health status to intervene in an appropriate manner when needed. Based on an earlier work presenting an automated Internet-of-Things...

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