Krishnamurthy Sreenath

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The use of robotics in environmental monitoring applications requires distributed sensor systems optimized for effective estimation of relevant models subject to energy and environmental constraints. The sensor carrying robots are in fact agents that facilitate the repositioning of network nodes in order to increase their coverage and accuracy. Wireless or(More)
A range-free approach for adaptive localization of un-localized sensor nodes employing a mobile robot with GPS is detailed. A mobile robot navigates through the sensor deployment area broadcasting its positional estimate and the uncertainty in its estimate. Distributed computationally-inexpensive, discrete-time Kalman filters, implemented on each static(More)
The third year of the PSI project was marked with increased effort in translating research ideas to full-fledged prototype development in overlapping domains of Wireless Sensor Networks, Computer and Network Security, Pervasive Computing, Machine Learning, and Databases. We have made significant gains in mission programming and decision making logic of(More)
This paper has two contributions. First, we present an analysis of deadlock avoidance for a generalized case of multi reentrant flow line systems (MRF) called the free choice multi reentrant flow line systems (FMRF). In FMRF, some tasks have multiple resource choices; hence routing decisions have to be made and current results in deadlock avoidance do not(More)
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