Tsenka Stoyanova

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The use of RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator), obtained automatically with the received messages in most sensor radios, is the popular way for estimating the location of the mobile wireless object. The great variation of RSS (Received Signal Strength), which may result in inaccurate estimations, is compensated by the fact that RSS does not require(More)
In this article we present the main results obtained in the ARTEMIS-JU WSN-DPCM project between October 2011 and September 2015. The first objective of the project was the development of an integrated toolset for Wireless sensor networks (WSN) application planning, development, commissioning and maintenance, which aims to support application domain experts,(More)
In the present work we introduce an integrated approach for structured design of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) that enables step-by-step design, optimization, and flexibility in choosing the trade-offs. Founded on the knowledge accumulated by the WSN community, our approach merges the recent advances in optimization of the multitude of WSN dimensions in(More)
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