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Sensor selection for detecting deviations from a planned itinerary [article]

Hazhar Rahmani, Dylan A. Shell, Jason M. O'Kane
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Given a set of feasible sensors to select from, we ask how to choose sensors optimally in order to ensure that the agent's execution does indeed fit its pre-disclosed itinerary.  ...  Our treatment is distinguished from prior work in sensor selection by two aspects: the form the itinerary takes (a regular language of transitions) and that families of sensor choices can be grouped as  ...  This paper starts by formalizing the problem of optimal sensor selection to detect deviations from a disclosed itinerary (Section III).  ... 
arXiv:2103.07029v2 fatcat:hcnnj53vpres7dhvd6yvbcsvsa

Conceptual Design of Multi-agent System for Suramadu Bridge Structural Health Monitoring System

Seno Adi Putra, Bambang Riyanto, Agung Harsoyo, Achmad Imam Kistijantoro
2015 TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control)  
In this approach agents are empowered to have several intelligent learning capabilities for structural monitoring, damage detection, and prediction.  ...  It combines modern sensor, microelectronic, computation, communication, and distributed processing technology.  ...  agent deviates from a sequence of states that has been planned before [9] .  ... 
doi:10.12928/telkomnika.v13i3.1382 fatcat:icqjja4dkbcvldr73kihh2blhy

Directional Itinerary Planning for Multiple Mobile Agents in Wireless Sensor Networks

Mostefa Bendjima, Mohammed Feham, Mohamed Lehsaini, Oscar Esparza
2021 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
Currently, the majority of research in the area of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is directed towards optimizing energy use during itinerary planning by mobile agents (MAs).  ...  Conversely, finding an ideal arrangement of Source Nodes (SNs) for mobile agents to visit could be a problematic issue.  ...  In order to achieve our goal, we proposed a new DSNG (Directional Source Node Grouping for multiagent itinerary planning) approach in wireless sensor networks.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/5584581 fatcat:rpndqm6j4zdnzpktdkxexrhmma

A Blockchain-Based Multi-Mobile Code-Driven Trust Mechanism for Detecting Internal Attacks in Internet of Things

Noshina Tariq, Muhammad Asim, Farrukh Aslam Khan, Thar Baker, Umair Khalid, Abdelouahid Derhab
2020 Sensors  
This paper presents an energy-efficient decentralized trust mechanism using a blockchain-based multi-mobile code-driven solution for detecting internal attacks in sensor node-powered IoT.  ...  A multitude of smart things and wirelessly connected Sensor Nodes (SNs) have pervasively facilitated the use of smart applications in every domain of life.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors extend their sincere appreciation to the Deanship of Scientific Research at King Saud University for funding this work through the Research Group No. RGP-214.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21010023 pmid:33375153 pmcid:PMC7792932 fatcat:pb7wkfnbabcp3a6o3xldkchasa

A first look at the performance of autonomous mobile agents in dynamic networks

C. Erfurth, A. Dohler, W. Rossak
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
Furthermore, the framework provides a route planning module and an optimization module, which minimizes network load respectively transmission time.  ...  The basis for this project is the Tracy Domain Service, which is a hierarchical arrangement of agent servers that groups agencies into a federation of networked local clusters, so called domains.  ...  Erich Stein for their support and the fruitful discussions. Many thanks also to our students which worked on the framework.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265672 dblp:conf/hicss/ErfurthDR04 fatcat:25mwflwxnndhvpk6uwqom7ebvu

Parallelizing Itinerary-Based KNN Query Processing in Wireless Sensor Networks

Tao-Yang Fu, Wen-Chih Peng, Wang-Chien Lee
2010 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
However, how to derive itineraries for KNN query based on different performance requirements remains a challenging problem.  ...  In these applications, spatial queries that collect data from wireless sensor networks play an important role.  ...  Another important issue for itinerary-based KNN query processing techniques is to estimate an initial KNN boundary to decide a coverage area for itinerary planning.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2009.146 fatcat:lmf3un6pobbyhgq5n5qlzdkucy

Clone-Based Mobile Agent Itinerary Planning Using Separate Trees For Data Fusion In WSNS

Soheil Javadi
2012 International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks  
the itinerary plan.  ...  Particularly, itinerary planning for MAs is a significant aspect of these approaches. Tree-based methods have been widely used for this purpose where many agents are dispatched simultaneously.  ...  TWO TREES SCHEME In this section we propose a new approach for itinerary planning of mobile agents in WSNs.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwmn.2012.4417 fatcat:tgwdj7uuwrha7dfzf7c3ugcvfu

MINDS: Mobile Agent Itinerary Planning Using Named Data Networking in Wireless Sensor Networks

Saeid Pourroostaei Ardakani
2021 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
This article proposes a mobile agent route planning protocol for sensory data collection called MINDS.  ...  This protocol utilises the Hamming distance technique to partition a sensor network into a number of data-centric clusters.  ...  This article proposes MINDS, NDN-enabled "MA itinerary planning in wireless sensor networks".  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan10020028 doaj:740c41f157b044d98671a559c762ada7 fatcat:ex7eyynqcvcs5dndsm37kuedxu

Dynamic OD transit matrix estimation: formulation and model-building environment [chapter]

Lídia Montero, Esteve Codina, Jaume Barceló
2015 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
, new detection technologies (ICT) complete the traditional ones: -This is the case of the new sensors detecting passengers equipped with Bluetooth mobile devices, • Or for auto trip matrices, sensors  ...  -From a research stand point this means starting to explore the potential of ICT new technologies in simplifying transportation models and develop new applications for practitioners.  ...  (stops, headways and itineraries). • A Transport Zoning System and historic demand matrix for the period of study. • The location of ICT sensors at transit-stops (identified by an additional segment attribute  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08422-0_51 fatcat:z3576frfjjaqfoajipqihylw2a

An information-driven navigation strategy for autonomous navigation in unknown environments

Redouane Boumghar, Simon Lacroix, Olivier Lefebvre
2011 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics  
This paper presents a strategy for a rover navigation in initially unknown or poorly known environments.  ...  The strategy consists in determining the areas in which information is relevant to gather for the rover to reach the goal.  ...  From left to right: perfect sensor, sensor modelled with sensor model matrix Me (defined in Fig. 6 . 6 Example of a region map built upon Velodyne laser scanner to show nominal path (left) and path selection  ... 
doi:10.1109/ssrr.2011.6106782 fatcat:2sfijopkenhyjg5hl3uhqwmhnu


David Montoya, Serge Abiteboul, Pierre Senellart
2015 Proceedings of the 23rd SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems - GIS '15  
We designed a system to infer multimodal itineraries traveled by a user from a combination of smartphone sensor data (e.g., GPS, Wi-Fi, accelerometer) and knowledge of the transport network infrastructure  ...  The system infers itineraries from a sequence of smartphone observations in two phases.  ...  In the past, both static [26] and real-time [25] timetables have been used for tracking user in a transportation network. In itinerary detection, the use of a dynamic Bayesian network is not new.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2820783.2820852 dblp:conf/gis/MontoyaAS15 fatcat:k4sxpkoihbazxbnel5eaft2hl4

Software Architecture for Self-Adapting Sub-sea Sensor Networks: Work in Progress

Svein Hallsteinsen, Richard Torbjørn Sanders
2009 2009 Third International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications  
Monitoring of the sub-sea environment requires advanced sensor networks with both stationary and mobile nodes on the surface and underwater, each node playing a different role.  ...  This articles presents work in progress that sets out to address these issues by adapting approaches from software engineering solutions to ubiquitous computing.  ...  This is detected as an SLA violation by the adaptation middleware, which thus triggers a re-planning.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sensorcomm.2009.54 fatcat:qovahhp46ncrhctuttlhtj3rs4

NAVIG: augmented reality guidance system for the visually impaired

Brian F. G. Katz, Slim Kammoun, Gaëtan Parseihian, Olivier Gutierrez, Adrien Brilhault, Malika Auvray, Philippe Truillet, Michel Denis, Simon Thorpe, Christophe Jouffrais
2012 Virtual Reality  
In addition, details of a new type of detection and localization device are presented.  ...  The system integrates an adapted geographic information system with different classes of objects useful for improving route selection and guidance.  ...  Acknowledgments The NAVIG consortium includes IRIT, LIMSI, CerCo, SpikeNet Technology, NAVOCAP, CESDV -Institute for Young Blind, and the community of Grand Toulouse.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10055-012-0213-6 fatcat:gq67mbayjnh63k3f4gzzv4gk64

Mobile Agents in Heterogeneous Networks: A Look on Performance

R. B. Patel, Neeraj Goel
2006 Journal of Computer Science  
The basis for this work is the PMADE Domain Service, which is a hierarchical arrangement of AHs that groups AHs into a federation of networked local clusters, so called domains.  ...  Mobile agents can be seen as a new paradigm for distributed computing. One characteristic of mobile agents is their autonomy and pro-activity.  ...  The second effect is that the deviations from average values increase according to the network load. Ping round trip times (RTT) deviations are significant smaller than the latency sensor RTT ones.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2006.824.834 fatcat:kxuhsazo4jbifhig53y5pclwqa

NAVIG: Guidance system for the visually impaired using virtual augmented reality

Brian F.G. Katz, Florian Dramas, Gaëtan Parseihian, Olivier Gutierrez, Slim Kammoun, Adrien Brilhault, Lucie Brunet, Mathieu Gallay, Bernard Oriola, Malika Auvray, Philippe Truillet, Michel Denis (+2 others)
2012 Technology and Disability  
In addition, details of the new type of detection and localization device are presented in relation to guidance directives developed through participative design with potential users and educators for  ...  Finding ones way to an unknown destination, navigating complex routes, finding inanimate objects; these are all tasks that can be challenging for the visually impaired.  ...  The NAVIG consortium includes IRIT, LIMSI, Cer-Co, SpikeNet Technology, NAVOCAP, CESDV -Institute for Young Blind, and the community of Grand Toulouse.  ... 
doi:10.3233/tad-2012-0344 fatcat:jyaiefidwvhj3bnk7fxffw356u
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