Martin Lukac

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We present the design, implementation, and evaluation of the Acoustic Embedded Networked Sensing Box (ENSBox), a platform for prototyping rapid-deployable distributed acoustic sensing systems, particularly distributed source localization. Each ENSBox integrates an ARM processor running Linux and supports key facilities required for source localization: a(More)
In this paper we focus on a general approach of using genetic algorithm (GA) to evolve Quantum circuits (QC). We propose a generic GA to evolve arbitrary quantum circuit specified by a (target) unitary matrix as well as a specific encoding that reduces the time of calculating the resultant unitary matrices of chromosomes. We demonstrate that, in contrast to(More)
A new approach to synthesis of permutation class of quantum logic circuits has been proposed in this paper. This approach produces better results than the previous approaches based on classical reversible logic and can be easier tuned to any particular quantum technology such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). First we synthesize a library of permutation(More)
Recent work in wireless embedded networked systems has followed <i>heterogeneous</i> designs, incorporating a mixture of elements from extremely constrained 8- or 16-bit &#8220;Motes&#8221; to less resource-constrained 32-bit embedded &#8220;Microservers.&#8221; Emstar is a software environment for developing and deploying complex applications on such(More)
We will demonstrate the operation of the Acoustic Embedded Networked Sensing Box (ENSBox), a platform for prototyping rapid-deployable distributed acoustic sensing systems. The ENSBox is a Linux-based acoustic sensing system with and integrated, high precision self-calibration facility sets it apart from other platforms. This selfcalibration is precise(More)
The paper discusses theevolutionary computation approach to theproblem of optimal synthesis of Quantum andReversible Logic circuits. Our approach usesstandard Genetic Algorithm (GA) and itsrelative power as compared to previousapproaches comes from the encoding and theformulation of the cost and fitness functionsfor quantum circuits synthesis. We analyze(More)
Dual-radio, dual-processor nodes are an emerging class of wireless sensor network devices that provide both low-energy operation as well as substantially increased computational performance and communication bandwidth for applications. In such systems, the secondary radio and processor operates with sufficiently low power that it may remain always vigilant,(More)
Data Driven Time Synchronization (DDTS) provides synchronization across sensors by using underlying characteristics of data collected by an embedded sensing system. We apply the concept of Data Driven Time Synchronization through a seismic deployment consisting of 100 seismic sensors to repair data that was not time synchronized correctly. This deployment(More)