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Sink mobility protocols for data collection in wireless sensor networks
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In wireless sensor networks data propagation is usually performed by sensors transmitting data towards a static control center (sink). Expand
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Naming and Counting in Anonymous Unknown Dynamic Networks
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In this work, we study the fundamental naming and counting problems (and some variations) in networks that are anonymous, unknown, and possibly dynamic. Expand
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Elliptic Curve Based Zero Knowledge Proofs and their Applicability on Resource Constrained Devices
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We study well-established ZKP protocols based on the discrete logarithm problem and we adapt them to the Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) setting, which consists an ideal candidate for embedded implementations. Expand
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Efficient data propagation strategies in wireless sensor networks using a single mobile sink
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Data collection is usually performed in wireless sensor networks by the sensors relaying data towards a static control center (sink). Expand
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Fast and energy efficient sensor data collection by multiple mobile sinks
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We investigate the impact of multiple, mobile sinks on efficient data collection in wireless sensor networks. Expand
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WISEBED: An Open Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Network Testbed
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In this paper we present an overview of WISEBED, a large-scale wireless sensor network testbed, which is currently being built for research purposes. Expand
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Wiselib: A Generic Algorithm Library for Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
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We introduce Wiselib, an algorithm library that allows for simple implementations of algorithms onto a large variety of hardware and software. Expand
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Flexible experimentation in wireless sensor networks
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Virtual testbeds model them by seamlessly integrating physical, simulated, and emulated sensor nodes and radios in real time. Expand
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Passively mobile communicating machines that use restricted space
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We propose a new theoretical model for passively mobile Wireless Sensor Networks, called <i>Passively mobile Machines</i>, standing for <i>[Passive mobile Machines>. Expand
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A sleep-awake protocol for information propagation in smart dust networks
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Smart dust is a set of a vast number of ultra-small fully autonomous computing and communication devices, with very restricted energy and computing capabilities that co-operate to quickly and efficiently accomplish a large sensing task. Expand
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