Lina M. Pestana Leão de Brito

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Wireless sensor nodes are, typically, resource limited. Therefore, the major functions of the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) cannot be accomplished without collaboration among sensor nodes. In this paper, we present the Wireless Sensor Networks Supported Cooperative Work (WSNSCW) model. The key contribution of this model, when comparing to other models, is(More)
– In museums, to conserve the existing artwork is a vital issue. To achieve this purpose, it is fundamental to monitor its environment, either in storage or exhibition rooms. The deployment of a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) can help to implement these measurements continuously, in a real-time basis, and in a much easier and cheaper way than when using(More)
Collaboration is crucial to Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) as a result of the typical resource limitations of wireless sensor nodes. In this paper, we present a model of collaborative work for WSNs. This model is called Wireless Sensor Networks Supported Cooperative Work (WSNSCW) and was created for these specific networks. We also present the(More)
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