Titel: GeoSensor Networks
Third International Conference, GSN 2009, Oxford, UK, July 13-14, 2009, Proceedings.
'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'. 'Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI'.
Herausgegeben von Andrew Markham, Sarfraz Nawaz, Niki Trigoni
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
10. Juli 2009 - kartoniert - 204 Seiten
This volume serves as the conference proceedings for the Third International ConferenceonGeoSensorNetworks(GSN 2009)that washeld in Oxford,UK, in July 2009. The conference addressed issues related to the deployment of geos- sor networks and the collection and management of real-time geospatial data. This volume includes papers covering a variety of topics, ranging from sensing, routing and in-network processing, to data modelling, analysis, and appli- tions. It re?ects the cross-disciplinary nature of geosensor networks by bringing together ideas from di?erent ?elds, such as geographic information systems, d- tributed systems, wireless networks, distributed databases, and data mining. The papersincludedinthis volumepushthe frontiersofGSN researchins- eral new directions. First, they shift the traditional paradigm of ?xed resour- constrained sensor networks to more versatile scenarios involving mobile sensors with varying levels of computation, sensing, and communication capabilities. Second, emerging applications, such as urban sensing, are raising interesting new GSN challenges, such as participatory sensing, as well as the need to st- dardizeprotocolsandinterfaces,andintegratemultiple sensornetworks.Finally, technological advances in geosensor networks have enabled the collection of vast amounts of real-time high-resolution spatio-temporal data; the sheer volume of these data raises the need for e?cient data modelling, analysis, and pattern extraction techniques.
Sensing and In-Network Processing.- Distributed Network Configuration for Wavelet-Based Compression in Sensor Networks.- Spatially-Localized Compressed Sensing and Routing in Multi-hop Sensor Networks.- Estimation of Pollutant-Emitting Point-Sources Using Resource-Constrained Sensor Networks.- Hyperellipsoidal SVM-Based Outlier Detection Technique for Geosensor Networks.- Routing.- Genetic Algorithm for Clustering in Wireless Adhoc Sensor Networks.- VGTR: A Collaborative, Energy and Information Aware Routing Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks through the Use of Game Theory.- Building Efficient Aggregation Trees for Sensor Network Event-Monitoring Queries.- Improving Chord Network Performance Using Geographic Coordinates.- Analysis and Modelling.- RFID Data Aggregation.- A Framework for Trajectory Clustering.- Preliminaries for Topological Change Detection Using Sensor Networks.- Applications and Interoperability.- On the Feasibility of Early Detection of Environmental Events through Wireless Sensor Networks and the Use of 802.15.4 and GPRS.- Deploying a Wireless Sensor Network in Iceland.- Efficient Viewpoint Selection for Urban Texture Documentation.- User Requirements and Future Expectations for Geosensor Networks - An Assessment.- A Reference Architecture for Sensor Networks Integration and Management.- A Stimulus-Centric Algebraic Approach to Sensors and Observations.