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  • Optimizing innetwork aggregate queries in wireless

    This study proposes a method of innetwork aggregate query processing to reduce the number of messages incurred in a wireless sensor network When aggregate queries are issued to the resourceconstrained wireless sensor network, it is important to efficiently perform these queriesTimeliness in query response is the major quality metric for query processing in the realtime applications of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs)Hybrid InNetwork Query Processing Framework forPDF | On Jan 1, 2011, Shaila Pervin and others published Hybrid InNetwork Query Processing Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks | Find, read andHybrid InNetwork Query Processing Framework for

  • Poster Abstract: Routing and Processing Multiple

    routes to process one or more aggregate queries 2 Illustrative examples The potential advantages of carefully selecting a routing and processing plan for executing aggregate queries are shown in the following examples Figure 1 shows an example of processing a single aggregate queryin which only the wireless sensor nodes are trusted As has been mentioned in Section 1, TinyCasper consists of two main modules, innetwork location anonymization and aggregate query processing over anonymized locationsInthe location anonymization module, the wireless sensor nodes collaborate with each other to find their cloaked spatial reTinyCasper: A PrivacyPreserving Aggregate LocationDeep learning–based realtime query processing for wireless sensor network KiSeong Lee, SunRo Lee, Youngmin Kim, and ChanGun Lee International Journal of Distributed SensorDeep learning–based realtime query processing for

  • Energy Efficient Data Management for Wireless Sensor

    munication paradigm among the sensors, and a variation of the clientserver paradigm between the sensors and the data sinks The wireless sensors act as clients in the networked sensor system and the data sinks act as servers The data sinks process the collected data and return feedback control data to the sensor nodesMost of the con et al, and Madden et al [1][10][8][5] tackled the data clusions that the above researchers are credited for can management topic in wireless sensor networks includ be described as: "We described a vision of processing ing query processing and data handling but none generic queries over sensor networks" [9](PDF) An energy aware sensor network query processingWireless sensor networks have been widely used for civilian and military applications, such as environmental monitoring and vehicle tracking In these applications, continuous query processing is often required and their efficient evaluation is a critical requirement to be metContinuous Monitoring of kNN Queries in Wireless Sensor

  • Deep learning–based realtime query processing for

    Our query processing is based on deep learning, and the system is useful in environment where sensor data collection can be incomplete The proposed method satisfies the temporal constraint because it uses the correction value through the query refinement process even when there is missing sensor data, and at the same time, the predictionThis study proposes a method of innetwork aggregate query processing to reduce the number of messages incurred in a wireless sensor network When aggregate queries are issued to the resourceconstrained wireless sensor network, it is important to efficiently perform these queriesOptimizing innetwork aggregate queries in wirelessWireless sensor network is characterized by their capability of generating, processing, and communicating data They are being explored in many scientific domains, eg, ecology and oceanography Most of these applications involve primarily data collection with innetwork processing in which continuous aggregate queries are posed and processedSensor Scheduling for Aggregate Monitoring in Wireless

  • Poster Abstract: Routing and Processing Multiple

    routes to process one or more aggregate queries 2 Illustrative examples The potential advantages of carefully selecting a routing and processing plan for executing aggregate queries are shown in the following examples Figure 1 shows an example of processing a single aggregate queryin which only the wireless sensor nodes are trusted As has been mentioned in Section 1, TinyCasper consists of two main modules, innetwork location anonymization and aggregate query processing over anonymized locationsInthe location anonymization module, the wireless sensor nodes collaborate with each other to find their cloaked spatial reTinyCasper: A PrivacyPreserving Aggregate LocationRecently, query processing methods have been proposed for wireless sensor networks Many deal with techniques for efficient processing of aggregate queries [1–3] Other proposals deal with energyefficient methods to reduce energy consumption during query processing [4–6]An Efficient Processing of Join Queries for Sensor

  • Robust Management of Outliers in Sensor Network

    aggregation process These nodes are called witnesses and provide a form of positive feedback to the user that may help him better comprehend the set of measurements that shape the result to its aggregate query Our contributions are as follows: • We present a new resilient execution paradigm for computing aggregate queries in sensor networksto be removed from further consideration during query processing or repaired, if possible Our execution model, in addition to the list of outliers, further enhances the result with a set of nodes that contain the most characteristic values out of those included in the aggregation process These nodes are called witnesses and provideRobust Management of Outliers in Sensor Networkmunication paradigm among the sensors, and a variation of the clientserver paradigm between the sensors and the data sinks The wireless sensors act as clients in the networked sensor system and the data sinks act as servers The data sinks process the collected data and return feedback control data to the sensor nodesEnergy Efficient Data Management for Wireless Sensor

  • Probabilistic topκ query processing in distributed sensor

    In this paper, we propose the notion of sufficient set for distributed processing of probabilistic Topk queries in clusterbased wireless sensor networks Through the derivation of sufficient boundary, we show that data items ranked lower than sufficient boundary are not required for answering the probabilistic topk queries, thus are subjectWireless sensor networks have been widely used for civilian and military applications, such as environmental monitoring and vehicle tracking In these applications, continuous query processing is often required and their efficient evaluation is a critical requirement to be metContinuous Monitoring of kNN Queries in Wireless SensorCAPS: EnergyEfficient Processing of Continuous Aggregate Queries in Sensor Networks Wen HU in wireless sensor networks We show how the modification always ensure, over the entire query lifetime, that the aggregate value computed by it (and reported to the application) does not diverge from the true reading by more thanCAPS: EnergyEfficient Processing of Continuous

  • A Study of Approximate Data Management Techniques

    sive wireless sensor nodes, ranging from environmental monitoring to emergency de hence directly influencing the storage management strategy of the sensor network 2 Approximate Processing of Aggregate Queries gregate query results Instead of letting the network configure the allocation of its limitedcations rely heavily on query processing, particularly of aggregate queries Inthispaperwe are interestedinevaluating aggregate queriesover sensor networksin anenergy{e cient manner 11 Query Processing in Sensor Networks From the database perspective, in{network aggregation is a mode for evaluating aggregate queries over the sensor networkAccuracy Vs Lifetime: Linear Sketches for Approximateappropriate data, and query processing must decide, collaboratively within the network, what tasks need to be performed by which nodes For example, monitoring for intruder threats might involve starting sensor and detection processing at a subset of nodes whose sensors cover an area including entry points to Camp X, andData in a Wireless Sensor Network: A View from the Field

  • Energy Efficient Data Management for Wireless Sensor

    munication paradigm among the sensors, and a variation of the clientserver paradigm between the sensors and the data sinks The wireless sensors act as clients in the networked sensor system and the data sinks act as servers The data sinks process the collected data and return feedback control data to the sensor nodesMost of the con et al, and Madden et al [1][10][8][5] tackled the data clusions that the above researchers are credited for can management topic in wireless sensor networks includ be described as: "We described a vision of processing ing query processing and data handling but none generic queries over sensor networks" [9](PDF) An energy aware sensor network query processing(Scalable WIreleS Sensor network Query Machine) In short, SwissQM is intended as the next generation architecture for data acquisition and data processing in sensor networks Its main objectives are to provide richer and more flexible functionality at the sensor network level, a more powerful and adaptable interface to the outside world, dataSwissQM: Next Generation Data Processing in Sensor

  • Efficient Pattern Mining for Wireless Sensor Networ ks Data

    Efficient Pattern Mining for Wireless Sensor Networ ks Data Manisha Rajpoot (Corresponding author) the mining process is the same The computation required at each recursion to update the PLT It is accomplished by the execution of a spatial query All the taskWireless Sensor Network, 2010, 2, 655660 Application System of Wireless Senso r Networ k mation Service Platform for data rendering and processing 1) Twotiered Sensor Network The sensor network in L3SN is composed by many lowL3SN: A LevelBased, LargeScale, Longevous SensorHome Conferences DEBS Proceedings DEBS '12 Locationaware eventdriven query processing in sensor database management researcharticle Locationaware eventdriven query processing in sensor database management Share on Authors: Jongheon Park KAIST, Daejeon, South KoreaLocationaware eventdriven query processing in sensor