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Mathematical Theories of Distributed Sensor Networks

Iyengar, Sitharama S., Boroojeni, Kianoosh G., Balakrishnan, N.

2014, XIV, 153 p. 39 illus., 31 illus. in color.

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  • Develops a theoretical framework for wireless sensor network design, resource management, and communication security¬†
  • Addresses issues of deployment, coverage localization and signaling in wireless sensor networks
  • Highlights the major aspects of mobile wireless sensor and actuator network engineering including mobility management, traffic control, and planning
Mathematical Theory of Distributed Sensor Networks demonstrates how mathematical theories can be used to provide distributed sensor modeling and to solve important problems such as coverage hole detection and repair. The book introduces the mathematical and computational structure by discussing what they are, their applications and how they differ from traditional systems. The text also explains how mathematics are utilized to provide efficient techniques implementing effective coverage, deployment, transmission, data processing, signal processing, and data protection within distributed sensor networks. Finally, the authors discuss some important challenges facing mathematics to get more incite to the multidisciplinary area of distributed sensor networks.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Broadband sensor networking - Geometric Computing - Graph theoretical representation - Sensing, Networking, and Sensor Networking - Topological Computing

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Computational Science & Engineering - Signals & Communication

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