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Neighborhood-Based Topology Recognition in Sensor Networks
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We consider a crucial aspect of self-organization of a sensor network consisting of a large set of simple sensor nodes with no location hardware and only very limited communication range. Expand
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Caching in Named Data Networking for the wireless Internet of Things
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We consider a wireless NDN-IoT network and propose a novel distributed probabilistic caching strategy that relies on the freshness of data and on potentially constrained capabilities of devices (energy level and storage capacity). Expand
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WISEBED: An Open Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Network Testbed
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In this paper we present an overview of WISEBED, a large-scale wireless sensor network testbed, which is currently being built for research purposes. Expand
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A generic proxy system for networked computer games
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In this work-in-progress report we present the general outline of a research project which aims at providing proxy support for networked computer games. Expand
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Shawn: A new approach to simulating wireless sensor networks
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We consider the simulation of wireless sensor networks (WSN) using a new approach. Expand
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Compressing SOAP Messages by using Pushdown Automata
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We introduce a new approach for compressing SOAP data which utilizes information on the structure of the data from an XML schema or WSDL document to generate a single custom pushdown automaton. Expand
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SpyGlass: a wireless sensor network visualizer
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We present a modular and extensible visualization framework for wireless sensor networks with a flexible multi-layer mechanism that renders the information on canvas. Expand
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Flexible experimentation in wireless sensor networks
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Virtual testbeds model them by seamlessly integrating physical, simulated, and emulated sensor nodes and radios in real time. Expand
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Modeling upconversion of erbium doped microcrystals based on experimentally determined Einstein coefficients
The upconversion of infrared photons is a promising possibility to enhance solar cell efficiency by producing electricity from otherwise unused sub-band-gap photons. We present a rate equation modelExpand
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Connecting in-body nano communication with body area networks: Challenges and opportunities of the Internet of Nano Things
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We investigate the challenges and opportunities of connecting Body Area Networks and other external gateways with in-body nano-devices, paving the road towards more scalable and efficient Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) systems. Expand
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