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Opis: Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks - Hossam Hassanein, Sharief Oteafy

Subject to tremendous redesign and development in the last decade, wireless sensor networks are advanced and highly in demand, but continue to fall short of their widely perceived potential. This text addresses attempts to scale wireless sensor networks to larger regions and augment their functionality. It insists that the networks can improve their levels of scalability and cost effectiveness while capitalizing on the already existing, reusable technologies available to our disposal. Written for system architects, designers, manufacturers, and students, this book includes information on the architecture, framework, and pricing policy in addition to suggesting sustainable solutions for development.Preface ix List of Acronyms xi List of Notations xiii Chapter 1 Evolution of Wirelesss Sensor Networks 1 1.1 The progression of wireless sensor networks 2 1.2 Remote sensing in retrospect 4 1.3 Inherited designs and protocols from MANets 6 1.4 Book outline 7 1.5 Summary 8 1.6 Bibliography 8 Chapter 2 Shifting Dynamic WSN Paradigms 9 2.1 The hurdle of static operation 10 2.2 Versatile operation systems 11 2.3 Dynamic reprogramming 13 2.4 The rise of service-oriented WSNs 14 2.5 Crowd sensing 14 2.6 Bibliography 16 Chapter 3 Resilience and Post-Deployment Maintenance 19 3.1 Impact of harsh environments on network design 20 3.2 High failure proneness (of nodes and communication) 22 3.3 Post-deployment maintenance 26 3.4 Re-deployment 27 3.5 Self-re-distributing SNs and mobility 27 3.6 Bibliography 31 Chapter 4 Current Hindrances in WSNs 33 4.1 Lack of consensus 33 4.2 Resource underutilization in the black-box paradigm 34 4.3 Redundant deployments 36 4.4 Single-appliacation paradigm 36 4.5 Redundancy to boost resilence 37 4.6 IPv6 and enabling internet connectivity 37 4.7 Bibliography 38 Chapter 5 Cloud-Centric WSNs 39 5.1 Introduction 39 5.2 The evolution of cloud-centric architectures 40 5.3 SOA and SODA 43 5.4 Hindrances in adopting cloud-centric WSNs 43 5.5 Future directions 48 5.6 Bibliography 49 Chapter 6 The Resource-Reuse WSN Paradigm 51 6.1 Contribution of the RR-WSN paradigm 52 6.2 RR-WSN: system model 58 6.3 Bibliography 66 Chapter 7 Component-Based WSNs: A Resilient Architecture 69 7.1 Component-based DWSN architecture 71 7.2 WSDN in operation: the synergy of dynamic sensing 75 7.3 Resilience model 78 7.4 Bibliography 80 Chapter 8 Dynamic WSNs - Utilizing Ubiquitous Resources 81 8.1 System model and assumptions 83 8.2 Optimal mapping 85 8.3 BIP formulation 88 8.4 Novel performance evaluation metrics 89 8.5 A note on tractability 93 8.6 Bibliography 94 Chapter 9 Realizing a Synergetic WSN Architecture for All Resources 95 9.1 Introduction 96 9.2 Motivation and background 97 9.3 System model - arbitrators for WSNs with transient resources 98 9.4 Resource attributes 101 9.5 Transient resources - a special case 101 9.6 Mobility models 104 9.7 Usage cost 104 9.8 On maximal matching and construed equality between resource providers 107 9.9 Bibliography 113 Chapter 10 Future Directions in Sensor Networks 115 10.1 Why applications should not be the sole drive 116 10.2 Ode to formal design over mere analysis 116 10.3 The call for synergy 118 10.4 The rise of biosensors, nano-networks and intelligent prostheses 119 10.5 Bibliography 120 Index 123


Szczegóły: Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks - Hossam Hassanein, Sharief Oteafy

Tytuł: Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks
Autor: Hossam Hassanein, Sharief Oteafy
Producent: ISTE Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781848215313
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 160
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.37 kg


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Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks

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Subject to tremendous redesign and development in the last decade, wireless sensor networks are advanced and highly in demand, but continue to fall short of their widely perceived potential. This text addresses attempts to scale wireless sensor networks to larger regions and augment their functionality. It insists that the networks can improve their levels of scalability and cost effectiveness while capitalizing on the already existing, reusable technologies available to our disposal. Written for system architects, designers, manufacturers, and students, this book includes information on the architecture, framework, and pricing policy in addition to suggesting sustainable solutions for development.Preface ix List of Acronyms xi List of Notations xiii Chapter 1 Evolution of Wirelesss Sensor Networks 1 1.1 The progression of wireless sensor networks 2 1.2 Remote sensing in retrospect 4 1.3 Inherited designs and protocols from MANets 6 1.4 Book outline 7 1.5 Summary 8 1.6 Bibliography 8 Chapter 2 Shifting Dynamic WSN Paradigms 9 2.1 The hurdle of static operation 10 2.2 Versatile operation systems 11 2.3 Dynamic reprogramming 13 2.4 The rise of service-oriented WSNs 14 2.5 Crowd sensing 14 2.6 Bibliography 16 Chapter 3 Resilience and Post-Deployment Maintenance 19 3.1 Impact of harsh environments on network design 20 3.2 High failure proneness (of nodes and communication) 22 3.3 Post-deployment maintenance 26 3.4 Re-deployment 27 3.5 Self-re-distributing SNs and mobility 27 3.6 Bibliography 31 Chapter 4 Current Hindrances in WSNs 33 4.1 Lack of consensus 33 4.2 Resource underutilization in the black-box paradigm 34 4.3 Redundant deployments 36 4.4 Single-appliacation paradigm 36 4.5 Redundancy to boost resilence 37 4.6 IPv6 and enabling internet connectivity 37 4.7 Bibliography 38 Chapter 5 Cloud-Centric WSNs 39 5.1 Introduction 39 5.2 The evolution of cloud-centric architectures 40 5.3 SOA and SODA 43 5.4 Hindrances in adopting cloud-centric WSNs 43 5.5 Future directions 48 5.6 Bibliography 49 Chapter 6 The Resource-Reuse WSN Paradigm 51 6.1 Contribution of the RR-WSN paradigm 52 6.2 RR-WSN: system model 58 6.3 Bibliography 66 Chapter 7 Component-Based WSNs: A Resilient Architecture 69 7.1 Component-based DWSN architecture 71 7.2 WSDN in operation: the synergy of dynamic sensing 75 7.3 Resilience model 78 7.4 Bibliography 80 Chapter 8 Dynamic WSNs - Utilizing Ubiquitous Resources 81 8.1 System model and assumptions 83 8.2 Optimal mapping 85 8.3 BIP formulation 88 8.4 Novel performance evaluation metrics 89 8.5 A note on tractability 93 8.6 Bibliography 94 Chapter 9 Realizing a Synergetic WSN Architecture for All Resources 95 9.1 Introduction 96 9.2 Motivation and background 97 9.3 System model - arbitrators for WSNs with transient resources 98 9.4 Resource attributes 101 9.5 Transient resources - a special case 101 9.6 Mobility models 104 9.7 Usage cost 104 9.8 On maximal matching and construed equality between resource providers 107 9.9 Bibliography 113 Chapter 10 Future Directions in Sensor Networks 115 10.1 Why applications should not be the sole drive 116 10.2 Ode to formal design over mere analysis 116 10.3 The call for synergy 118 10.4 The rise of biosensors, nano-networks and intelligent prostheses 119 10.5 Bibliography 120 Index 123

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Szczegóły: Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks - Hossam Hassanein, Sharief Oteafy

Tytuł: Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks
Autor: Hossam Hassanein, Sharief Oteafy
Producent: ISTE Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781848215313
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 160
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.37 kg


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