Devin McBride

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Previously the cost and extremely limited capabilities of sensors prohibited Quality of Service (QoS) implementations in wireless sensor networks. With advances in technology, sensors are becoming significantly less expensive and the increases in computational and storage capabilities are opening the door for new, sophisticated algorithms to be implemented.(More)
With the growing number of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) monitoring systems in outdoor environments, smart sensing capability has attracted great research interests recently: scientists and researchers expect long-term healthy systems running in harsh environments. Because of the environmental damages to less-protected sensors, a sensing component, is(More)
Cerebral hemorrhages account for 15–20 % of stroke sub-types and have very poor prognoses. The mortality rate for cerebral hemorrhage patients is between 40 and 50 %, of which at least half of the deaths occur within the first 2 days, and 75 % of survivors are incapable of living independently after 1 year. Current emergency interventions involve lowering(More)
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