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Next-generation wireless sensor networks will be used for many diverse applications in time-varying network/environment conditions and on heterogeneous sensor nodes. Although Quality of Service (QoS) has been ignored for a long time in the research on wireless sensor networks, it becomes inevitably important when we want to deliver an adequate service with(More)
In contrast to traditional wireless sensor networks, where energy conservation is the main objective, next-generation wireless sensor networks will additionally demand guarantees in terms of delay, reliability and bandwidth. However, current sensor network protocols offer very limited QoS support. Moreover, the current research does not take into account(More)
Wireless sensor networks and mobile robotics are two hot research topics. Integrating them leads to a wide range of new applications in many different environments such as terrestrial, underwater, underground and aerial. Where sensor networks are mainly used for large-scale monitoring and control, mobile robotics are used for performing fine-scale actions(More)
In-network aggregation is used inwireless sensor networks to reduce energy consumption on sensor nodeswith limited capabilities. Typically, only packets with the same destination are aggregated along the routing path and these packets are sent by unicast. While this is adequate for traditional multipoint-to-point sensor network applications, this is not(More)
BACKGROUND Handwriting difficulties may have pervasive effects on a child's school performance. I Can! is a remedial handwriting program with a focus on self-regulated learning and applying motor learning principles combined with a behavioural approach. It is developed for typically developing children with handwriting problems. OBJECTIVE The study aim(More)
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