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CDC
2010
IEEE
128views Control Systems» more  CDC 2010»
10 years 8 months ago
Greedy sensor selection: Leveraging submodularity
ACT We consider the problem of sensor selection in resource constrained sensor networks. The fusion center selects a subset of k sensors from an available pool of m sensors accordi...
Manohar Shamaiah, Siddhartha Banerjee, Haris Vikal...
IPSN
2010
Springer
11 years 8 months ago
Online distributed sensor selection
A key problem in sensor networks is to decide which sensors to query when, in order to obtain the most useful information (e.g., for performing accurate prediction), subject to co...
Daniel Golovin, Matthew Faulkner, Andreas Krause
KDD
2007
ACM
191views Data Mining» more  KDD 2007»
12 years 1 months ago
Cost-effective outbreak detection in networks
Given a water distribution network, where should we place sensors to quickly detect contaminants? Or, which blogs should we read to avoid missing important stories? These seemingl...
Andreas Krause, Carlos Guestrin, Christos Faloutso...
ATAL
2010
Springer
11 years 2 months ago
A decentralised coordination algorithm for minimising conflict and maximising coverage in sensor networks
In large wireless sensor networks, the problem of assigning radio frequencies to sensing agents such that no two connected sensors are assigned the same value (and will thus inter...
Ruben Stranders, Alex Rogers, Nicholas R. Jennings
CDC
2009
IEEE
129views Control Systems» more  CDC 2009»
11 years 6 months ago
Resource allocation for signal detection with active sensors
— We consider the problem of determining the existence of known constant signals over a set of sites, given noisy measurements obtained by a team of active sensors that can switc...
Jerome Le Ny, Michael M. Zavlanos, George J. Pappa...
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