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Low power wireless sensor networks provide a new monitoring and control capability for civil and military applications in transportation, manufacturing, biomedical technology, environmental management, and safety and security systems. Low power integrated CMOS systems are being developed for microsensors, signal processors, microcontrollers, communication(More)
Phylogenetic trees are important in biology since their applications range from determining protein function to understanding the evolution of species. Maximum Likelihood (ML) is a popular optimization criterion in phylogenetics. However, inference of phylogenies with ML is NP-hard. Recursive-Iterative-DCM3 (Rec-I-DCM3) is a divide-and-conquer framework(More)
  • X. Du, F. Lin
  • 2005
Wireless sensor networks hold the promise of facilitating large-scale, real-time data processing in complex environments. So far, the main research focus has been on routing, media access control, security, etc, while less emphasis was placed on network management aspect. Designing an application layer management protocol for sensor networks has several(More)