Optimizing query processing using selectivity-awareness in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Monitoring queries are fundamental for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) that collect data for physical phenomena. In this work we address three key characteristics of monitoring queries. First, a monitoring query can be selective, i.e., it requests readings only from parts of a WSN. Second, a monitoring query can be continuous, i.e., it draws sensor readings… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2009.01.006

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@article{Umer2009OptimizingQP, title={Optimizing query processing using selectivity-awareness in Wireless Sensor Networks}, author={Muhammad Umer and Lars Kulik and Egemen Tanin}, journal={Computers, Environment and Urban Systems}, year={2009}, volume={33}, pages={79-89} }