Abdelrahman Abuarqoub

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Several recent studies have demonstrated the benefits of using the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) technology in large-scale monitoring applications, such as planetary exploration and battlefield surveillance. Sensor nodes generate continuous stream of data, which must be processed and delivered to end users in a timely manner. This is a very challenging task(More)
Recent advances in the development of microprocessors, microsensors, ad-hoc wireless networking and information fusion algorithms led to increasingly capable Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Besides severe resource constraints, sensor nodes mobility is considered a fundamental characteristic of WSNs. Information Extraction (IE) is a key research area within(More)
In the field of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), a wide body of literature deals with Information Extraction (IE). The proposed schemes are based on the assumption that sensor nodes are static. There has been only a handful set of papers addressing IE in the presence of node mobility. The shortcomings of these approaches were discussed by the authors in a(More)
One of the most critical properties of a wireless sensor network is the adaptivity to topological changes. Several studies have demonstrated the benefits of using mobile nodes as an effective tool for gathering data from sensor nodes. However, nodes mobility causes steady connectivity disruptions, where the delay between two disruptions is dependent on the(More)
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