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2007
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
R-Sentry: Providing Continuous Sensor Services against Random Node Failures
The success of sensor-driven applications is reliant on whether a steady stream of data can be provided by the underlying system. This need, however, poses great challenges to sen...
Shengchao Yu, Yanyong Zhang
SUTC
2006
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Power-aware Node Deployment in Wireless Sensor Networks
Sensor networks have attracted intensive interests due to its extendable capability. In this paper, we attempt to answer a fundamental but practical question:” how should we dep...
Yunhuai Liu, Hoilun Ngan, Lionel M. Ni
SIGMOD
2006
ACM
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9 years 7 months ago
Constraint chaining: on energy-efficient continuous monitoring in sensor networks
Wireless sensor networks have created new opportunities for data collection in a variety of scenarios, such as environmental and industrial, where we expect data to be temporally ...
Adam Silberstein, Jun Yang 0001, Rebecca Braynard
CORR
2007
Springer
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8 years 7 months ago
Dependable k-coverage algorithms for sensor networks
– Redundant sensing capabilities are often required in sensor network applications due to various reasons, e.g. robustness, fault tolerance, or increased accuracy. At the same ti...
Simon Gyula, Miklós Molnár, Lá...
COMCOM
2007
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8 years 7 months ago
Sensor replacement using mobile robots
Sensor replacement is important for sensor networks to provide continuous sensing services. Upon sensor node failures, holes (uncovered areas) may appear in the sensing coverage. ...
Yongguo Mei, Changjiu Xian, Saumitra M. Das, Y. Ch...
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