A Learning-Theory Approach to Sensor Networks

@article{Simic2003ALA,
  title={A Learning-Theory Approach to Sensor Networks},
  author={Slobodan N. Simic},
  journal={IEEE Pervasive Computing},
  year={2003},
  volume={2},
  pages={44-49}
}
R ecent advances in microelectromechanical systems, computing, and communication technology have sparked the emergence of massively distributed, wireless sensor networks with potentially thousands of nodes. Each node can sense the environment, process the collected data, and communicate with its peers or to an external observer. A steady increase in these networks’ capabilities and decrease in the cost of producing them have made possible applications that seemed too expensive or unrealistic.1… CONTINUE READING
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