Establishing New Research Initiatives for Theoretical and Algorithmic Aspects of Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks.- Random Graph Models and the Limits of Scalability in Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks.- Analysis of Effective Connectivity in Mobile Wireless Communications.- Some Detectability Issues in Sensor Networks.- Comparative Methods of Channel Assignment in Multivariate Wireless Networks.- Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: QoS-Aware Integration Architecture.- Distributed Energy-Aware Topology Control Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks.- MFACE: A Multicast Backbone-Assisted Face Traversal Algorithm for Arbitrary Planar Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Topologies.- Service-Driven Query Routing in Sensor-Actuator Networks.- Multiscale Anchor-Free Distributed Positioning in Sensor Networks.- Evaluation of Time Synchronization over Mobile Ad hoc Networks.- Universal Modular Framework for Sensor Networks.- Application and Evaluation of Hierarchical Agglomerative Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks.- A Fault-Tolerant Scheme for Detection of DDoS Attack Patterns in Cluster-Based Wireless Sensor Networks.- Forming Energy-Efficient Bluetooth Scatternets for Sensor Networks.
This book brings together leading researchers and developers in the field of wireless sensor networks to explain the special problems and challenges of the algorithmic aspects of sensor and ad-hoc networks. The book also fosters communication not only between the different sensor and ad-hoc communities, but also between those communities and the distributed systems and information systems communities. The topics addressed pertain to the sensors and mobile environment.
Explains the special problems and challenges of the algorithmic aspects of sensor and ad-hoc networks
Fosters communication not only between the different sensor and ad-hoc communities, but also between those communities and the distributed systems and information systems communities
Defines and establishes a common infrastructure of the discipline and develops a consensus-based resource that provides a foundation for implementation, standardization, and further research
Identifies and defines fundamental concepts and techniques, resolves conflicts between certain approaches in the area and provides a common ground for advanced research and development in algorithmic aspects of sensor and ad-hoc networks