Christopher J. Mallery

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Web applications are fast becoming more widespread, larger, more interactive, and more essential to the international use of computers. It is well understood that web applications must be highly dependable, and as a field we are just now beginning to understand how to model and test Web applications. One straightforward technique is to model Web(More)
Many organizations rely on web applications that use back-end databases to store important data. Testing such applications requires significant effort. Manual testing alone is often impractical, so testers also rely on automated testing techniques. However, current automated testing techniques may produce false positives (or false negatives) even in a(More)
Localization, an important challenge in wireless sensor networks, is the process of sensor nodes self-determining their position. The difficulty encountered is in cost-effectively providing acceptable accuracy in localization. The potential for the deployment of high density networks in the near future makes scalability a critical issue in localization. In(More)
  • ANTONIUSSEN SLAAEN, ROGER ANTONIUSSEN, +5 authors Murali Medidi
  • 2006
by Roger Antoniussen Slaaen, M.S. Washington State University May 2006 Chair: Murali Medidi Localization is an important challenge in wireless sensor networks (WSN). Localization usually refers to the process of dynamically determining the position(s) of one or more node(s) in a larger network. The challenge lies in efficiently providing acceptable accuracy(More)
Localization is the process in which nodes in a wireless sensor network self-determine their positions in the network. While there are many effective mathematical techniques for solving the problem of localization, most are not suitable for the resource-constrained distributed environment of sensor networks. We propose ANIML an iterative, range-aware(More)
by Yuntao Zhu, M.S. Washington State University December 2006 Chair: Murali Medidi Localization is one of the most active research area in wireless sensor networks (WSN). Localization usually refers to the process of determining the position(s) of one or more node(s) in a large network. The challenge of localization lies in ef ciently providing “acceptable”(More)
by Christopher Jerry Mallery, Ph.D. Washington State University May 2009 Chair: Muralidhar Medidi Although the specifics of sensor network deployment scenarios are entirely application domain specific, it is envisioned that wireless sensor networks are densely deployed over large monitoring areas. The post-deployment discovery of location and topological(More)
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