Mequanint Moges

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One of the challenge in developing smart sensor networks is the minimization of network delay or at the very least be able to have upper and lower boundaries of network delay when sensor nodes respond to higher level applications. In this paper, we present a highly efficient task scheduling method based on linear programming that integrates both sensing and(More)
In recent times the interest in wireless sensor mesh networks has grown considerably from personal, to local and metropolitan areas deployment. These networks consist of several mesh routers with minimal mobility and mesh clients that can be either mobile or stationary. The clients may also form a client mesh network among themselves and with routers. The(More)
Astronaut health monitoring (AHM) during long durations of space missions will play a significant role in mission success. Designing networked healthcare systems for aerospace exploration that will enable continual surveillance and timely notification of astronaut health information to terrestrial healthcare providers at minimal deployment and operation(More)
The current human resources development has been marked by learning new and improved methods to develop, implement and operate new and complex equipment of our times. To meet those changing technological needs, the Engineering Technology Department at the University of Houston is expanding the Intelligent Sensor GRid and INformatics (ISGRIN) Research Lab to(More)
The rapid escalation of American health care costs compels a new approach to chronic disease. Personalizing chronic disease management can be improved by using biosensors and advanced communication technology. Recent advances in miniature wireless sensors supported by ubiquitous computing have fostered a growth of interest in wellness and illness management(More)
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