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A component revolution is underway, bringing developers improved productivity and opportunities for code reuse. However, whereas existing tools work incredibly well on the desktop or for client-server structured systems, support for other styles of distributed applications has lagged. In this paper, we propose a new programming paradigm and a platform, in(More)
Although mobile health monitoring where mobile sensors continuously gather, process, and update sensor readings (e.g. vital signals) from patient’s sensors is emerging, little effort has been investigated in an energy-efficient management of sensor information gathering and processing. Mobile health monitoring with the focus of energy consumption may(More)
Although mobile health monitoring where mobile sensors continuously gather, process, and update sensor readings (e.g. vital signals) from patient's sensors is emerging, little effort has been investigated in an energy-efficient management of sensor information gathering and processing. Mobile health monitoring with the focus of energy consumption may(More)
This paper addresses the energy attacks towards wireless systems, where energy is the most critical constraint to lifetime and reliability. We for the first time propose a hardware-based energy attack, namely energy hardware Trojans (HTs), which can be well hidden in the wireless systems and trigger ultra-high energy increases at runtime. Then, we develop a(More)
This project outlines the strategy adopted for establishing two kinds of communications; one for wireless communication between a mobile Robot and a remote Base Station, another for serial communication between a remote Base Station and a GUI Application, PC. TekBot is a low cost mobile Robot built by Oregon State University which in its current version(More)
Web services and platforms such as .NET make it easy to integrate interactive end-user applications with backend services. However, it remains hard to build collaborative applications in which information is shared within teams. This paper introduces a new drag-and-drop technology, in which standard office documents (spreadsheets, databases, etc.) are(More)
Although vehicular sensing where mobile users in vehicles continuously gather, process, and share location-sensitive and context-sensitive sensor data (e.g., street images, road condition, traffic flow) is emerging, little effort has been investigated in a model-based energy-efficient network paradigm of sensor information sharing in vehicular environments.(More)