Meddage S. Fernando

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Wireless sensor networks have been traditionally designed to be privately owned and used. Hence the two hallmark features of sensor networks, namely customized network applications and the collaborative in-network processing, are not achievable beyond the boundary of the users' administrative domains (except for limited scope data sharing through Internet(More)
Design and prototyping are underway for realization of a concept called community sensor grids. The idea is that individuals or small community agencies may deploy sensors to cover their own property, but also make them available for private as well as public monitoring through Internet connectivity, leveraging the mass deployment and use of sensors to the(More)
The concept of Bloom’s taxonomy cognitive domain has been broadly used as a guideline in preparing a reasonable examination paper that consists of questions belonging to various cognitive levels which are helpful in evaluating different capabilities of students. Currently, academicians identify Bloom’s taxonomy cognitive level manually, but that is a(More)
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