Elastic Information Management for Air Pollution Monitoring in Large-Scale M2M Sensor Networks

  title={Elastic Information Management for Air Pollution Monitoring in Large-Scale M2M Sensor Networks},
  author={Yajie Ma and Yike Guo and Dilshan Silva and Orestis Tsinalis and Chao Wu},
  journal={International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks},
  • Yajie Ma, Yike Guo, +2 authors Chao Wu
  • Published 1 December 2013
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks
In large-scale machine-to-machine sensor networks, the applications such as urban air pollution monitoring require information management over widely distributed sensors under restricted power, processing, storage, and communication resources. The continual increases in size, data generating rates, and connectivity of sensor networks present significant scale and complexity challenges. Traditional schemes of information management are no longer applicable in such a scenario. Hence, an elastic… 
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