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Problem setup and other generalities In our models, we consider two popular methods for short and long range peer-to-peer communications: RF and optical media. Only planar networks will be considered, but extending the developed localization techniques to 3D is straightforward. In a network of thousands of nodes, usually densely deployed, it is unlikely(More)
We propose a distributed on-demand power-management protocol for collecting data in sensor networks. The protocol aims to reduce power consumption while supporting fluctuating demand in the network and provide local routing information and synchronicity without global control. Energy savings are achieved by powering down nodes during idle times identified(More)
—Channel-specific path data for a 44-node 2.4 GHz wireless sensor network deployed in an industrial setting is presented. Each node generates one data packet every 28 seconds with the number of transmissions, received acknowledgements, average RSSI, and other metrics for a path to a single neighbor on a single channel for every 15 minutes of operation.(More)
High end-to-end reliability is a quality demanded by those with critical monitoring and actuation requirements. To date, Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) users have often accepted sub-optimal reliability as being intrinsic to wireless technologies. We describe a centralized monitoring TDMA network with policies chosen to maximize the number of received packets(More)
Malignant gliomas are frequently characterized by amplification of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) and loss of PTEN tumor suppressor gene. Twenty-eight heavily pretreated patients with recurrent malignant gliomas were administered EGFR inhibitors (gefitinib or erlotinib) in combination with the mTOR (mammalian target of rapamycin) inhibitor(More)