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Sensor Driven Information Technology for the Next Decade
Audience: Adults
Description: Conventional Networking systems inherently assume the structure of information content exchanged in a network. Distributed Routing methods and policies will not be taken into account in these scenarios. For applications in extreme environments using sensor networks, we must develop strategies and protocols which exploit the variability and dynamics of the information structure between different types of sources, users, and applications.

This talk presents an overview of the author’s contribution for the last two decades on the challenges involved in the design and deployment of sensors and for modeling of information topological structure. As an example, we discuss the challenges involved in the MobiCon system developed by Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

Also this seminar provides an overview of a famous Brooks-Iyengar distributed sensing algorithm, which is being used by many agencies such as DARPA, ONR, Raytheon/BBN, LINUX OS, and many other organizations.

Keywords: Algorithms
Sensor Networks
Duration: 1 hour or less
Fee: Greater than $500

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