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Molecular censusing doubles giant panda population estimate in a key nature reserve
The giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), a flagship species for conservation, once inhabited most of China and its neighboring countries in Southeast Asia. Nowadays, giant pandas are confined toExpand
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Block-switched Networks: A New Paradigm for Wireless Transport
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A clean-slate design and implementation of a wireless transport protocol, Hop, that uses reliable per-hop block transfer as a building block. Expand
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The dubuque electricity portal: evaluation of a city-scale residential electricity consumption feedback system
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This paper describes the Dubuque Electricity Portal, a city-scale system aimed at supporting voluntary reductions of electricity consumption. Expand
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PRESTO: A Predictive Storage Architecture for Sensor Networks
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We describe PRESTO, a predictive storage architecture for emerging large-scale, hierarchical sensor networks that combines the interactivity of the data streaming approach with the energy efficiency of the direct sensor querying. Expand
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PRESTO: Feedback-Driven Data Management in Sensor Networks
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We present PRESTO, a model-driven predictive data management architecture comprising proxies and sensors that cooperate with one another for acquiring data and processing queries. Expand
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PRESTO: feedback-driven data management in sensor networks
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This paper presents PRESTO, a novel two-tier sensor data management architecture comprising proxies and sensors that cooperate with one another for acquiring data and processing queries. Expand
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Frameworks for Privacy-Preserving Mobile Crowdsensing Incentive Mechanisms
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In this paper, we design two frameworks for privacy-preserving auction-based incentive mechanisms that also achieve approximate social cost minimization. Expand
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Multi-user data sharing in radar sensor networks
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In this paper, we focus on a network of rich sensors that are geographically distributed and argue that the design of such networks poses very different challenges from traditional "mote-class" sensor network design, and propose a utility-driven approach to maximize data sharing across users while judiciously using limited network and computational resources. Expand
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Multi-user data sharing in radar sensor networks
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We demonstrate how multiple end user needs are handled in rich sensor networks using a utility-driven architecture, and demonstrate the real-time operation of the prototype on a radar testbed in Okalahoma. Expand
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[21]Extrachromosomal substrates to study immunoglobulin heavy chain class switch recombination in mammalian B cells
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the use of extrachromosomal substrates to study immunoglobulin heavy chain class switch recombination in mammalian B cells. Immunoglobulin heavy chain classExpand
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