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A SURVEY OF STREAM PROCESSING PROBLEMS AND TECHNIQUES IN SENSOR NETWORKS

By Sharmila Subramaniarn and Dimitrios Gunopulos

Abstract

Sensor networks comprise small, low-powered and low-cost sensing devices that are distributed over a field to monitor a phenomenon of interest. The sensor nodes are capable of communicating their readings, typically through wireless radio. Sensor nodes produce streams of data, that have to be processed in-situ, by the node itself, or to be transmitted through the network, and analyzed offline. In this chapter we describe recently proposed, efficient distributed techniques for processing streams of data collected with a network of sensors. Keywords:

Topics: Sensor Systems, Stream Processing, Query Processing, Compression, Tracking
Publisher: 2013-09-21
Year: 2013
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