Christopher Dennett

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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) typically gather data at a discrete number of locations. However, it is desirable to be able to design applications and reason about the data in more abstract forms than in points of data. By bestowing the ability to predict inter-node values upon the network, it is proposed that it will become possible to build applications(More)
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have an intimate interaction, via sensors, with the physical environment they operate within. Application domains have a significant effect on applications performance because WSNs are usually deployed to perform application specific tasks. The part of the world with which an application is concerned is defined as that(More)
This paper presents a distributed information extraction and visualisation service, called the mapping service, for maximising information return from large-scale wireless sensor networks. Such a service would greatly simplify the production of higher-level, information-rich, representations suitable for informing other network services and the delivery of(More)
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