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SPEED: a stateless protocol for real-time communication in sensor networks
SPEED is a highly efficient and scalable protocol for sensor networks where the resources of each node are scarce, and specifically tailored to be a stateless, localized algorithm with minimal control overhead.
Range-free localization schemes for large scale sensor networks
This paper presents APIT, a novel localization algorithm that is range-free, and shows that the APIT scheme performs best when an irregular radio pattern and random node placement are considered, and low communication overhead is desired.
Denial of Service in Sensor Networks
To identify denial-of-service vulnerabilities, the authors analyzed two effective sensor network protocols that did not initially consider security and demonstrate that consideration of security at design time is the best way to ensure successful network deployment.
Research Directions for the Internet of Things
  • J. Stankovic
  • Computer Science
    IEEE Internet of Things Journal
  • 18 March 2014
A vision for how IoT could change the world in the distant future is presented and eight key research topics are enumerated and research problems within these topics are discussed.
Cyber-physical systems: The next computing revolution
The design, construction and verification of cyber-physical systems pose a multitude of technical challenges that must be addressed by a cross-disciplinary community of researchers and educators.
Realistic and Efficient Multi-Channel Communications in Wireless Sensor Networks
A novel tree-based multichannel scheme for data collection applications, which allocates channels to disjoint trees and exploits parallel transmissions among trees and outperforms other schemes in dense networks with a small number of channels is proposed.
A spatiotemporal communication protocol for wireless sensor networks
In this paper, we present a spatiotemporal communication protocol for sensor networks, called SPEED. SPEED is specifically tailored to be a localized algorithm with minimal control overhead.
Impact of radio irregularity on wireless sensor networks
The RIM model is the first to bridge the discrepancy between spherical radio models used by simulators and the physical reality of radio signals, and shows that radio irregularity has a significant impact on routing protocols, but a relatively small impact on MAC protocols.
RAP: a real-time communication architecture for large-scale wireless sensor networks
RAP is presented, a new real-time communication architecture for large-scale sensor networks that provides convenient, high-level query and event services for distributed micro-sensing applications and significantly reduces the end-to-end deadline miss ratio in the sensor network.
MMSN: Multi-Frequency Media Access Control for Wireless Sensor Networks
This paper proposes MMSN, which takes advantage of multi-frequency availability while, at the same time, takes into account the restrictions in wireless sensor networks, and achieves increased energy efficiency when multiple physical frequencies are available.