Ayman Alharbi

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Big data are found in numerous underwater applications, such as Seismic Monitoring, Detection and tracking of marine objects applications, underwater multimedia systems, 3D maps of underwater sites, and many other applications. Such information is large in size and often generated continuously at fast rate. Current techniques used to collect data from(More)
Underwater sensor networks (UWSNs) have emerged as an essential technology for various undersea applications. However, the use of acoustic links in UWSNs poses critical challenges in terms of overall delay, energy consumption and low bandwidth, which make the transmission of raw data in large sizes impractical. In our previous work, we employed various(More)
Underwater computing systems have recently emerged as a new technology for underwater applications. In our previous work, we employed various nodes (processing nodes, gateway nodes, and sensing nodes) that are used to construct different candidate computing architectures (i.e. single, pipeline, and hybrid of parallel/pipeline). In this paper, we use these(More)
Limited bandwidth and high propagation delay are two significant challenges in the field of underwater sensor networks. Underwater processing nodes enhance the performance of underwater sensor networks by efficiently using channel capacity, reducing end-to-end delay, and extending the network lifetime. Underwater processing nodes can perform local(More)
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