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Information bounds and quickest change detection in decentralized decision systems
  • Yongguo Mei
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
  • 1 July 2005
The quickest change detection problem is studied in decentralized decision systems, where a set of sensors receive independent observations and send summary messages to the fusion center, which makesExpand
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A case study of mobile robot's energy consumption and conservation techniques
Mobile robots are used in many applications, such as carpet cleaning, pickup and delivery, search and rescue, and entertainment. Energy limitation is one of the most important challenges for mobileExpand
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Sensor replacement using mobile robots
Sensor replacement is important for sensor networks to provide continuous sensing services. Upon sensor node failures, holes (uncovered areas) may appear in the sensing coverage. Existing approachesExpand
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Deployment of mobile robots with energy and timing constraints
Mobile robots can be used in many applications, such as carpet cleaning, search and rescue, and exploration. Many studies have been devoted to the control, sensing, and communication of robots.Expand
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Energy-efficient motion planning for mobile robots
This paper presents a new approach to find energy-efficient motion plans for mobile robots. Motion planning has two goals: finding the routes and determining the velocities. We model the relationshipExpand
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Collaborative intrusion detection system (CIDS): a framework for accurate and efficient IDS
We present the design and implementation of a collaborative intrusion detection system (CIDS) for accurate and efficient intrusion detection in a distributed system. CIDS employs multiple specializedExpand
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Systems Modeling of Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Cytokine-driven CD4+ T Cell Differentiation and Phenotype Plasticity
Differentiation of CD4+ T cells into effector or regulatory phenotypes is tightly controlled by the cytokine milieu, complex intracellular signaling networks and numerous transcriptional regulators.Expand
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Energy-efficient mobile robot exploration
Mobile robots can be used in many applications, including exploration in an unknown area. Robots usually carry limited energy so energy conservation is vital. This paper presents an approach forExpand
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Deployment Strategy for Mobile Robots with Energy and Timing Constraints
Mobile robots usually carry limited energy and have to accomplish their tasks before deadlines. Examples of these tasks include search and rescue, landmine detection, and carpet cleaning. ManyExpand
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Repairing Sensor Network Using Mobile Robots
Sensor network repairing is important for providing continuous sensing services. Upon sensor node failures, holes (uncovered areas) may appear in the sensing coverage. Existing approaches relocateExpand
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