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Intelligent agents for wireless sensor networks

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Intelligent agents for wireless sensor networks
Interpolation is a technique used to estimate the value of a function at a given location, assuming that the values of the function are known for surrounding locations. A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a spatially distributed set of sensor platforms usually with a range of sensory modalities e.g. temperature or light intensity. Interpolation can be used to intelligently activate nodes of a WSN for power conservation. In this paper we argue that this can form the basis for a distributed agent-based power management scheme and we propose an algorithm for achieving this. As a corollary to this approach we will also demonstrate the feasibility of using distributed, intelligent agents on computationally challenged devices such as the sensor nodes.
Richard Tynan, David Marsh, Donal O'Kane, Gregory
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ATAL
Authors Richard Tynan, David Marsh, Donal O'Kane, Gregory M. P. O'Hare
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