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Detecting Faulty Percepts in a Context-Aware Ubiquitous System

Bilal Ahmed, Young-Koo Lee, Sungyoung Lee
2007 International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology, ICACT  
We define a system of fault detection in the perception mechanism of a ubiquitous system based upon Bayesian Networks and the combination of beliefs from independent networks.  ...  Perception of a ubiquitous system is based solely upon sensor and device readings. The system decides to provide adequate services based upon these readings.  ...  The main focus of the work is on fault-tolerance in large and context-aware ubiquitous systems, dealing with application and device failures.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icact.2007.358358 fatcat:lkwdrbwwtna2ljbdjq674k6bty

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2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications  
for Herd Management Parasitic Tracking: Enabling Ubiquitous Tracking through existing Infrastructure Efficient and Fault Tolerant Service Discovery in MANET using Quorum-based Selective Replication  ...  Performance in High Traffic Sensor Networks Towards an Open Ubiquitous Computing Environment Ubiquitous Human Motion Capture using Wearable Micro-sensors Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: the DHT paradigm Positioning  ... 
doi:10.1109/percom.2009.4912745 fatcat:fhuymlscefcqzge6hrv75diqou

Distributed Computing for Ubiquitous Systems

Mona Mani
2011 International journal of computer and communication technology  
Moreover, it also discusses significant role of Tini InterNet Interface - a technology used in DIICS, for embedded device support in ubiquitous systems.  ...  Distributed computing provides a strong foundation on top of which a powerful ubiquitous system can be realized.  ...  DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM GOALS AND UBIQUITOUS TECHNOLOGY Features like transparency, scalability, fault tolerance etc serves the basics of ubiquitous systems.  ... 
doi:10.47893/ijcct.2011.1080 fatcat:uvkdmjz4zvhkfcfks33pzpi4ku

Context Aware Multisensor Image Fusion for Military Sensor Networks using Multi-Agent system

Ashok V. Sutagundar, S. S. Manvi
2020 Zenodo  
This paper proposes a Context Aware Agent based Military Sensor Network (CAMSN) to form an improved infrastructure for multi-sensor image fusion. It considers contexts driven by a node and sink.  ...  Fusing agent roams around the network, visits active sensor node, fuses the relevant images and sends the fused image to sink. The fusing agent uses wavelet transform for fusion.  ...  Fault Tolerance  Scalability of Wireless Sensor Networks  Security and Dependability Issues  Sensor Circuits and Devices  Software, Applications and Programming  Under Water Sensors and Systems  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4310984 fatcat:r3b4cyw4crgcvgtoyshfjj5bna

An Adaptive Fault Tolerance Running on a Cloud Computing Environment

Soongohn Kim, Eungnam Ko
2014 International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering  
This paper explains the design of the AFT_CCE (an Adaptive Fault Tolerance running on a Cloud Computing Environment).  ...  challenging to detect errors and recover them in order to provide seamless services and avoid a single point of failure for a cloud computing environment.  ...  However, it did not include fault-tolerance support in the architecture.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijmue.2014.9.5.36 fatcat:6a7vmtf4z5fadex5ryujttbsqa

A Tentative Design of a Future Internet Networking Domain Landscape [chapter]

Marc Pallot, Brigitte Trousse, Bernard Senach
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents a tentative FI domain landscape populated by Internet computing and networking research areas.  ...  However, there are still open questions such as visualising the conceptual evolution and articulating the various FI networking and computing research areas and identifying appropriate concepts populating  ...  We also wish to acknowledge our gratitude and appreciation to INRIA scientific leaders of project teams involved in FI related projects, namely: Denis Caromel and Franca Perrina (TEFIS), Walid Dabbous  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30241-1_21 fatcat:kbdjaiqtr5cnrfroeea6mc2de4

Biomedical sensors data fusion algorithm for enhancing the efficiency of fault-tolerant systems in case of wearable electronics device

Aileni Raluca Maria, Pasca Sever, Valderrama Carlos
2015 2015 Conference Grid, Cloud & High Performance Computing in Science (ROLCG)  
computational performance, low power consumption and fault tolerance.  ...  Actual trends based on ubiquitous computing, pervasive computing and IoT, are to integrate the smart systems in any products which could provide portability (wearable electronics).  ...  Candidate Stefan Ciprian Arseni Politehnica University of Bucharest, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology  ... 
doi:10.1109/rolcg.2015.7367228 fatcat:6fltiehmzzds7bu223fnb7whpe

Towards fault tolerant pervasive computing

S. Chetan, A. Ranganathan, R. Campbell
2005 IEEE technology & society magazine  
In this paper, we discuss various classes of failures, their implications to pervasive computing and the challenges to be addressed in designing a fault tolerant pervasive computing system.  ...  We also describe our prototype fault tolerant pervasive system and propose future directions.  ...  Fault tolerance issues have been addressed in various areas of computing systems such as computer architecture, operating systems, distributed systems, mobile computing and computer networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mtas.2005.1407746 fatcat:7m2qpz5mtbfhhkw7yum53mb6zq

Body Area Network for Ubiquitous Healthcare Applications: Theory and Implementation

Sana Ullah, Kyung Sup Kwak
2011 Journal of medical systems  
Compared to traditional sensor networks, BANs face additional research challenges including signal propagation in/around a human body, power scavenging issues, fault tolerance, mobility, reliable Medium  ...  With recent advances in wireless communication, lowpower miniaturized sensors and semiconductor technologies, the sensor networks have become the integral part of ubiquitous healthcare systems.  ...  Compared to traditional sensor networks, BANs face additional research challenges including signal propagation in/around a human body, power scavenging issues, fault tolerance, mobility, reliable Medium  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10916-011-9787-x pmid:21993864 fatcat:vhenbnzo6bg43p3of6zudfiqwa

Ubiquitous Systems towards Green, Sustainable, and Secured Smart Environment

Jong-Hyuk Park, Yi Pan, Han-Chieh Chao, Neil Y. Yen
2015 The Scientific World Journal  
These accepted papers mainly look at our issue from the perspectives of ubiquitous sensing, routing, and optimization algorithm for wireless sensor network, data analysis in ubiquitous environment, ubiquitous  ...  And this special issue intends to tackle such deluge issues in ubiquitous systems design, prompting a green, sustainable, and secured computing environment.  ...  "Study on Chaotic Fault Tolerant Synchronization Control Based on Adaptive Observer" considers the abrupt fault in chaotic system, employs an observer-based active fault tolerant approach, diagnoses fault  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/281921 pmid:25874242 pmcid:PMC4383471 fatcat:2wdwh3sbszhindv2vrqmurf4by

Architecting Resilient Computing Systems: Overall Approach and Open Issues [chapter]

Miruna Stoicescu, Jean-Charles Fabre, Matthieu Roy
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we focus on a methodology to provide adaptation mechanisms meant to ensure dependability while coping with various modifications of applications and system context.  ...  Resilient systems are expected to continuously provide trustworthy services despite changes in the environment or in the requirements they must comply with.  ...  Autonomic Computing is also enticing for ubiquitous systems based on technologies such as Wireless Sensor Networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-24124-6_5 fatcat:km5nt455v5eqnegxv6tgl7jqqa

Assessment of Machine Learning Algorithms for Near-Sensor Computing under Radiation Soft Errors

M. Garay Trindade, R. Possamai Bastos, R. Garibotti, L. Ost, M. Letiche, J. Beaucour
2020 2020 27th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS)  
ability to analyze substantial and complex data, supporting artificial intelligence decisions in cloud computing but also in near-sensor computing in endpoint devices.  ...  Both cloud and near-sensor computing are liable to radiationinduced soft errors, especially in automotive and aerospace safety-critical applications.  ...  Results Majority of faults do not incur failure. 2% or less of critical failures without any protection . High percentage of crahses. Differently than critical failures, they can be identified.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icecs49266.2020.9294938 fatcat:akqjiugwjrc6rkesu3c4boa6ku

Mobile Sensing and Actuating with Ubiquitous Computing

Mo Li, Yunhao Liu, Xiang-Yang Li
2012 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
Advanced wireless sensing and networking techniques enable mobile sensing and actuating with ubiquitous computing on numerous smart sensors, mobile devices, RFIDs, and so forth, which revolutionize a variety  ...  of data collection in duty-cycled sensor networks.  ...  Advanced wireless sensing and networking techniques enable mobile sensing and actuating with ubiquitous computing on numerous smart sensors, mobile devices, RFIDs, and so forth, which revolutionize a variety  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/296396 fatcat:gh6bijmahjhztcxlf6rmd2o5fa

Designing WiMAX Static Environment using Local Automata based Autonomic Network Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks

Sanjay K N, Shaila K, Venugopal K R
2021 Procedia Computer Science  
This can reach to back-haul network with reachability of specific nodes and routers in Wireless Sensor Network.  ...  Thus, increasing throughput and fault tolerance levels with 10-15% supporting unicast and multicast delivery.  ...  Fault Tolerance Levels Sanjay K N et al. / Procedia Computer Science 184 (2021) 947-952  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2021.04.017 fatcat:cdcfe52qrfcitlasej6sc4ug3y

Cell differentiation

Lawrence Goldstein, Sean Morrison
2004 Current Opinion in Cell Biology  
Producing the high-fidelity sensor networks required for many ubiquitous computing tasks is a challenge in assembling information from many low-resolution sensors into a high-resolution picture.  ...  Assembly of sensing and actuating components with computing elements is essential for the low-cost computation and communication needed to realize ubiquitous computing.  ...  These include defect-tolerant architectures, fault-tolerant and low-power circuit techniques, and, scalable CAD/compilation tools.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:oo52xmqp2fea5drnncj74cnaze
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