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Maximizing Network Lifetime of Broadcasting Over Wireless Stationary Ad Hoc Networks

Intae Kang, Radha Poovendran
2005 Journal on spesial topics in mobile networks and applications  
We make use of this solution to develop a periodic tree update strategy for effective load balancing and show that a significant gain in network lifetime over the optimal static network lifetime can be  ...  We provide through graph theoretic approaches a polynomial-time globally optimal solution, a variant of the minimum spanning tree (MST), to the problem of maximizing the static network lifetime.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to thank the anonymous reviwers for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11036-005-4445-5 fatcat:hv3igfycrjcyxljltlpgdbadh4

Game Theory Based Construction Efficient Topology in Wireless Sensor Networks

M. J. Abbasi, Muhammad Shafie Bin Abd Latiff, Hassan Chizari, N. Fisal
2015 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
In this paper, we present a minimum spanning tree- (MST-) based algorithm, called noncooperative minimum spanning tree (NMST), for topology control in wireless multihop networks.  ...  In this algorithm, each node constructs its minimum power-cost spanning tree which is a tree and can connect the node with one hop away from its neighbor node in constructed topology.  ...  , 1), (0, 2)} constructed two minmum spaning tree by 2 as shown in Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/754940 fatcat:2xmyautf5jccpjnl672bcm2ak4

A Survey on Target Tracking Techniques in Wireless Sensor Networks

K Ramya
2012 International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering Survey  
Target Tracking as it moves through a sensor network has become an increasingly important application in Wireless Sensor Networks.  ...  There are seven main categories explored in this paper. The survey promotes overview of recent research literature along with their performance comparison and evaluation.  ...  While tracking a target the nodes that detect the target communicates with each other and selects a root node. The root node collects information from all the nodes via a distributed spaning tree.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcses.2012.3408 fatcat:rolhfxfogfdk3ew4kjqlk7qbiq

Parallel Computing Flow Accumulation in Large Digital Elevation Models

Hiep-Thuan Do, Sébastien Limet, Emmanuel Melin
2011 Procedia Computer Science  
This paper describes a new fast and scalable parallel algorithm to compute global flow accumulation for automatic drainage network extraction in large digital elevation models (DEM for short).  ...  A parallel spanning tree algorithm is proposed to compute hierarchical catchment basins to model the flow of water from a sink (local minima) moving on DEM to its outlet (ocean, NODATA, or border of DEM  ...  In Section 3 we propose to construct a minimal spaning tree (called hierarchical tree or HT) linking sinks together and representing the most probable path of water (see also [6] ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2011.04.248 fatcat:zucuufbmjbaq3k4r7d5nfjzfha

Text as Algorithm and as Process [chapter]

Paul Eggert
2010 Text and Genre in Reconstruction  
Short, for unstinting support of the Seminar from which most of the essays in this volume originated.  ...  Thanks are due to the Institute of English Studies (to its Director, for whom the dedication) and to the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, and its Director, Professor Harold  ...  "y ςodifying its weights in response to error, the network can ρearn to associate each of the input paterns a-e with activity in either of the two units in the output ρayer a forς of categorisation task  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctt5vjtd9.12 fatcat:kegc3rsth5eydj3r3m257xv67i

Homo Ludens Moralis: Designing and Developing a Board Game to Teach Ethics for ICT Education

Damian Gordon, Dympna O'Sullivan, Ioannis Stavrakakis, Andrea Curley
2021
As interaction with online platforms is becoming an essential part of people's everyday lives, the use of automated decision-making algorithms in filtering and distributing the vast quantities of information  ...  This also contributes to design guidelines for the inclusion of trust relationships in the development of algorithm-driven systems.  ...  (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2017) In the present context, for example, a compact comparison of common problematic factors in the Therac and Boeing cases might be effectively presented among the  ... 
doi:10.21427/0bnd-kd72 fatcat:kzfaobdhyfatzoun5h54biz3wm

Beamforming of Broadband Bandpass Signals using Multidimensional FIR Filters [article]

Thushara Kanchana Gunaratne, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Leonard T. Bruton
2012
temporal sampling rate for a given tem­poral bandwidth.  ...  The first method employs a complex-coefficient two-dimensional finite impulse re­sponse filter structure having an asymmetric trapezoidal-shaped passband at base­band and achieves the minimum possible  ...  side-lobes spaning the remainder of |ω x | ≤ π.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/23074 fatcat:gu2rsjysirdd3bth56kxmdss24

Dejan Donev

Elvio Baccarini, Ivan Cifrić, Jozo Čizmić, Ante Čović, Josip Grbac, Nenad Hlača, Majda Pahor, Fernando Stepke, Hans-Martin Sass, Michael Cheng-Tek Tai, Ivan Šegota, Ksenija Turković (+4 others)
Nada Gosić   unpublished
In some classes in sailing it is allowed to build a sail from never before used material, but it is not allowed to construct a hull in a way to transfer the weight of the boat on "towards the back".  ...  Th is leads to the question who in the media decides what interests people and who manipulates them? (for example, Croatian Television broadcasts USA hockey league footages and reports. For whom?  ...  When a work is cited for the fi rst time (regardless of the language the work has been published in), it should look as following: • znanstveni članci koji sadrže izvoran, sažet i kritički prikaz jednog  ... 
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