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High Performance , Low Power Sensor Platforms Featuring Gigabyte Scale Storage

  title={High Performance , Low Power Sensor Platforms Featuring Gigabyte Scale Storage},
  author={Arnab Mitra and A. Banerjee and W. Najjar and D. Zeinalipour-Yazti and V. Kalogeraki and D. Gunopulos},
  • Arnab Mitra, A. Banerjee, +3 authors D. Gunopulos
  • Published 2005
  • Sensor applications have now touched onto the realms of real-time data processing involving algorithms as sophisticated as Fast Fourier Transform (FFT), Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filtering and Cepstrum. Moreover since typical sensor networks employ devices based on a simplistic microcontroller, it would be rather inefficient vis-à-vis utilization of energy resources to employ it for applications other than the most mundane "Sense and Send". Our research provides a vista to envision a… CONTINUE READING
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