Lohith Anusuya-Rangappa

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Previously the cost and extremely limited capabilities of sensors prohibited Quality of Service (QoS) implementations in wireless sensor networks. With advances in technology, sensors are becoming significantly less expensive and the increases in computational and storage capabilities are opening the door for new, sophisticated algorithms to be implemented.(More)
With the growing number of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) monitoring systems in outdoor environments, smart sensing capability has attracted great research interests recently: scientists and researchers expect long-term healthy systems running in harsh environments. Because of the environmental damages to less-protected sensors, a sensing component, is(More)
Recent advances in wireless sensor network technology have provided robust and reliable solutions for sophisticated pervasive computing applications such as inhospitable terrain environmental monitoring. We present a case study for developing a real-time pervasive computing system, called OASIS for optimized autonomous space in situ sensor-web, which(More)
In a volcano monitoring application, various geophysical and geochemical sensors generate continuous high-fidelity data, and there is a compelling need for real-time raw data for volcano eruption prediction research. It requires the network to support network synchronized sampling, online configurable sensing and situation awareness, which pose significant(More)
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