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dressler2004roses


Falko Dressler and Gerhard Fuchs, "ROSES - RObot assisted SEnsor networkS," Dept. of Computer Sciences, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Poster, November 2004.

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The development and the control of self-organizing, self-configuring, self-healing, self-managing, and adaptive communication systems and networks are primary research aspects of the Autonomous Systems group at the chair for Computer Networks and Communication Systems. The employed embedded systems, e.g. sensor motes and mobile robots, are getting smaller, more mobile, and more energy aware. Novel mechanisms in operating systems, in the communication infrastructure, and in applications provide enormous energy savings. Sensor motes are used e.g. for the collection, the processing, and the communication of measurement data. Another research aspect of our group is the combination of mobile robot systems with stationary sensor networks. Such mobility enhancements as well as the limited resources in typical sensor networks lead to new problems, challenges, and solution spaces in terms of efficient data management and communication. In addition to engineering methods we investigate in bio-inspired methodologies learnt from cell and molecular biology to address these issues.

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@techreport{dressler2004roses,
    author = {Dressler, Falko and Fuchs, Gerhard},
    title = {{ROSES - RObot assisted SEnsor networkS}},
    year = {2004},
    month = {November},
    location = {Erlangen, Germany},
    institution = {Dept. of Computer Sciences, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg},
    type = {Poster},
   }
   
   

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