• International Journal of 

     Soft Computing and Software Engineering [JSCSE]

    ISSN:  2251-7545

    Prefix DOI  :  10.7321/jscse

    URL: http://JSCSE.com


    A Peer-Reviewed Journal 

  •  The International Journal of 

    Soft Computing and Software Engineering [JSCSE]


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Table of Contents [Vol. 5, No.8, Aug]

Carol Niznik
Doi : 10.7321/jscse.v5.n8.1
Page : 116 - 122
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Abstract . The Lagrangian Deformable Tensor Software(LDTS)Protocol is a mathematical technique which realizes many of the new sensor imaging concerns from Terrorists since 911. The rugged mobile non-intrusive imaging inspection system for vehicle interiors and cargo areas goals require prediction of motion, weight and sensitivity perturbation in a three dimensional perspective and must be modeled by a Lagrangian Deformable Tensor equation within the LDTS Protocol for detection of explosives, biological, and chemical agents in containers in concrete and other construction materials for rugged mobile non-intrusive imaging inspection systems. The LDTS Protocol contains the mathematical complexity to interpret the imagery content of containers for Global Information Grid(GIG)CIA Simulation and Intelligence interpretation and response to protect humanity from Terrorist threats from IED single or multiple Bombers via a Robotic YOYO Device for bomb disposal, a portable device that is handheld and capable of imaging a briefcase-sized object for interior explosive detection at one pass with single-sided imaging capability with the high resolution provided by the LDTS Protocol. The additional Heart Protocol Geometric Software Structure links the LDTS Geometric Software Structure to the two Sensor Hardware Geometric Structures,i.e. the Overlayed Circular Sensor Structure and the Cross Sensor Structure. The basic Robotic YOYO model enables image sensing in place with the singing property of the YOYO from the sensors in the periphery of the Overlayed Circular Sensor Structure shaped device with overlayed larger diameter sections, and the Cross Sensor Structure with the circular sections containing sensors at the edge of each arm of the Cross Sensor Structure. This sensing property enables placement of this Robotic YOYO System on the floor of vehicle or chamber to track a Terrorist suspect and has either wired or wireless communication with other Robotic Devices or Security Personnel. The Robotic YOYO System, which uses the YOYO singing property to establish the length of the sensing time correlated to each Terrorist Threat, is an evidence-based knowledge tool enhancing the administration of justice and public safety for guiding policy and practice.
Keyword : Robotic System; Mobile; Non-Intrusive Imaging Inspection System;