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Distributed Sensor Networks
, 2
nd

Edition


Vol. 1 Image and Signal Processing



Table of Contents

Section I.
I

Overview

1

Overview


Dr.
Iyengar
, LSU

2

Microsensor

Applications

-

Dr. Kumar, BAE Systems

3

Taxonomy of distributed Sensor Networks


Dr.
Sastry
,

U of
Akron,
Iyengar, LSU

4

Contrast with traditional systems


Dr.
R. R. Brooks, Clemson

University


Section I.II

Distributed Sensing and Signal Processing

5

Signal Processing Background
-

Dr. Yu Hen Hu, U. Wisconsin

6

Image Processing Background


Dr. Lynne Grewe,
CSU Hayward, Ben
Shahshahani, Yahoo

7

Object detection and classification

-

Dr. Akbar Sayeed, U. Wisconsin

8

Parameter Estimation


D
avid Friedlander, PSU ARL

9

Target Tracking
with Distributed Sensors


Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

10

Information directed sensing



Dr. F. Zhao, Microsoft research and J.
Reich, PARC

11

Environmental Effects


Dr. David Swanson, PSU ARL

12

Detecting and counteracting atmospheric effects


Dr. Lynne Grewe,
CSU Hayward

13

Signal Processing for Aeroacoustic Sensor Networking



B
rian Sadler,
A
RL,
Kozick Bucknell

14

Multi
-
target detection



Hairong Qi University of Tennessee

15

Symbolic Dynamics Analysis of I
mages in Sensor Networks, Dr. As
ok
Ray, Penn State ME

16

Beamforming (Kung Yao)

Section I.III
. Information Fusion

17

Fusion overview and background


Dr. I
yengar, LSU

18

Statistical fusion techniques


Dr. Rao, ORNL

19

Soft computing techniques


Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

20

Kalman filters


Dr. David Hall, PSU IST

21

Data registration
-

Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson, Dr. Lynne Grewe, CSU
Hayward

22

Distributed Sensor Calibrat
ion



Dr. Asok Ray, PSU ME

23

Semantic information extraction



David Friedlander, PSU

24

Fusion in the context of Information theory



Dr. Pottie, UCLA

25

Multi
-
spectral sensing



D
r. Bose, PS
U

26

Chebyshev Multi
-
Sensor Fusion


Dr. M Zhu, CS, Southern Illinois
Unive
rsity

27

Markov Model Inferencing in Distributed Systems


Dr. R Brooks ECE
Clemson and Dr. C. Griffin, PSU/ARL

28

Fusing Human Inputs with Sensor Streams


David Hall, Penn State
IST

29

Fusion of Multi
-
Modal Sensor Data in an Information
-
theoretic
Framework


Dr.

R. Kozick Bucknell University and Dr. B. Sadler
Army Research Laboratory

Section I.IV
. Power Management

30

Designing Energy Aware Sensor Systems


Dr. N. Vijaykrishnan, M. J.
Irwin, M. Kandemir, L. Li, G. Chen, and B. Kang, PSU CSE)

31

Operating system power ma
nagement



V. Swaminathan and
Dr.
K.
Chakrabarty, Duke ECE

32

An Energy Aware Approach for Sensor Data Communication


H.
Saputra,
N. Vijaykrishnan, M. J. Irwin, M. Kandemir, PSU CSE, R. R.
Brooks, Clemson U.

33

Compiler
-
directed Communication Energy Optimizatio
ns for Multi
-
Sensor Networks


I. Kadayif, M. Kandemir, A. Choudhary, M.
Karakoy, N. Vijaykrishnan, M. J. Irwin,
, PSU, CSE)

34

Sensor
-
Centric Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks



R. Kannan, and
S.S.Iyengar, LSU CS

35

Cognitive Sensor Information Management too
lkeit


Dr. Supratik,
LSU

Section
I.
V Software

36

Sensor Network Software Testing



Dr.
J. Hallstrom, SoC, Clemson U.

37

Sensor Network Software Engineering


Dr. S.
Mukhopadhay,
CS LSU
.



Distributed Sensor Networks
, 2
nd

Edition

Vol. 2 Networking and Appl
ications


Table of Contents


Section
II.
I

Sensor
Deployment and Networking

38

Coverage Oriented Sensor Deployment (Dr. Chakrabarty, Duke)

39

Deployment of Sensor Networks: An Overview
-

Dr. Iyengar, LSU

et al

40

Genetic algorithm heuristics to solve sensor deployme
nt



Dr. Qishi
Wu, U. Memphis

41

Computer network basics

-

Dr. Rai, LSU

42

Location centric networking


Dr. K. C. Wang, Clemson and Dr. P.
Ramanathan

U. Wisconsin

43

Randomly Deployed Sensor Networks


Dr. E. Rowe, Naval Undersea
Warfare Center

44

Directed diffusion
Dr.s Heidemann, Estrin, Govindan, and Silva,
USC/ISI)

45

Data security perspectives


D
avid Carman, NAE Labs

46

Sensor Network

Security with

Random Key Predistribution: Cloning,
Byzantine, and Sybil countermeasures


Dr. R. Brooks, ECE Clemson
University

47

Quality

of service metrics
-

Dr. Gautam,
Texas A&M

48

Net
work Daemons for Distributed Sensor Networks
-

Dr. N. Rao,
ORNL

49

Sensor Network Routing


Dr. S. Nikoletseas, Computer Technology
Institute, Greece

50

Traffic Monitoring Attacks on Sensor Networks


Dr. R. Brooks
, ECE
Clemson University

51

Key Distribution and Collusion Prevention


Dr. Steve Wicker, Cornell
University

52

Measurement, Modeling, and Error
-
avoidance for IEEE 802.15.4


Dr.
K. C. Wang, Clemson University

53

Detecting Sybil Attacks in Vehicular Ad Hoc Network
s


Dr. Krishendu
Chakrabarty Duke University

Section
II.II
.

Adaptive Tasking

54

Query P
rocessing
in Sensor Networks


Dr. J. Gehrke, Cornell CS

55

Autonomous software reconfiguration

-


Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

56

Mobile code support
-

Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

57

Mobile agents (Dr. Qi, U. Tenn Knoxville)

58

Distributed services



Dr. Alvin

Lim, Auburn

59

Adaptive active querying


Dr. Bhaskar
Krishnamachari, USC)

60

Proactive Collaboration of Multi
-
Modal Sensors in Mobile WSNs



Dr.
S. Phoha, PSU/ARL

61

Fault Tolerant Sensor N
etworks by Dr. Das, University of Texas at
Arlington

62

Topology Aware Routing and Transmission Scheduling for Highway
Sensor Networks


Dr. K. C. Wang, Clemson University

Section
II.III
Self
-
configuration

63

Need for self
-
configuration
-

Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clems
on

(Includes
information from these 3 previous chapters)

Emergence
-

Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

Biological primitives
-

Piretti and Lamb, PSU ARL

Physics and chemistry


Dr.
Mengxia Zhu,
Southern Illinois University

64

Collective Intelligence


Dr. Iyengar, LS
U

65

Random networks and percolation theory
-

Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

66

Behavior of communications links



Dr. S. Wicker, Cornell

67

Physical Computing for Spatial
-
temporal Self
-
adaptation of Sensor
Networks in Dynamic Environments


Dr. S. Phoha, PSU/ARL

68

Sensor

Localization


Dr. S. Rai, LSU

Section
II.IV
. System control

69

Example DSN control hierarchy


Dr. Mengxia Zhu, Southern Illinois
University, Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson

70

Collaboration of Sensor Node Dynamics in Sensor Networks, Dr. Asok
Ray, Penn State ME

71

Sen
se and Response Systems, Dr. Chandy, Cal Tech

Section
II.V

Engineering examples

72

Sensoft



Dr. G. Mitchell, BBN Technologies

73

Digital Sprinklers


Dr. Badri, Rutgers

74

Plant Monitoring



Dr.
K. Bridges,
Dr. Edo, U of Hawaii

75

Expeditions



D.
Poor, MIT me
dia lab

76

Environmental monitoring networks


Dr. C. Post and Dr. R. R.
Brooks, Clemson

77

Urban Sensor Networks


Dr. A. Hoover and Dr. E. Muth, ECE and
Psychology, Clemson University

78

Tracking Sensor Network Testbeds, Dr. Alvin Lim, Auburn U.

79

Data Communications in V
ehicular Sensor Networks, Dr. I
Stojmenovic, ECE U. Toronto

80

Maritime Domain Awareness


Dr. C. Griffin, PSU/ARL

81

Kansei and GENI


Dr. Anish Arora, Ohio State University

82

Layered Sensing


Dr. Guna Seetharaman, Air Force Research
Laboratory

Section II.V
I

Con
clusion

83

Perspectives: History

of Sensor networks and Future D
irections


Dr. S.
S. Iyengar, LSU and Dr. R. R. Brooks, Clemson