Volcano Monitoring: A Case Study in Pervasive Computing

@inproceedings{Peterson2010VolcanoMA,
  title={Volcano Monitoring: A Case Study in Pervasive Computing},
  author={Nina Peterson and Lohith Anusuya-Rangappa and Behrooz Shirazi and Wenzhan Song and Renjie Huang and Daniel Tran and Steve Ankuo Chien and Richard G. LaHusen},
  booktitle={Pervasive Computing, Innovations in Intelligent Multimedia and Applications},
  year={2010}
}
Recent advances in wireless sensor network technology have provided robust and reliable solutions for sophisticated pervasive computing applications such as inhospitable terrain environmental monitoring. We present a case study for developing a real-time pervasive computing system, called OASIS for optimized autonomous space in situ sensor-web, which combines ground assets (a sensor network) and space assets (NASA’s earth observing (EO-1) satellite) to monitor volcanic activities at Mount St… 

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