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The
9
th IEEE International
Conference on Mobile Ad
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hoc
and Sensor Systems


October
8
-
11
,
201
2

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA






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MAS

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Workshop WiSARN
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Fall 2012

Six
th International Workshop on Wireless
Sensor, Actuator and Robot Networks
(WiSARN)

Message from the Workshop Chairs

W
e welcome everyone to the

6
th

International Wor
kshop on Wireless Sensor, Actuator and Robot
Networks (WiSARN)
. This edition of the workshop
follows the success of W
iSARN 2010
-
Spring and

Fall, WiSARN 2011

Spring and

Fall, and WiSARN 2012

Spring
, in conjunction with IEEE MASS
20
12
.


WiSARN

has for s
tated goal to be a high
-
profile workshop that brings together state
-
of
-
the
-
art
contributions on the design, specification, and implementation of architectures, algorithms and
protocols for current and future applications of Wireless Sensor and Actuator Net
works (WSAN).
WSAN are the confluence point where the traditional fields of wireless sensor networks, multi
-
robot
systems and control theory meet. In WSAN nodes collaborate to accomplish distributed sensing and
actuation tasks. Leveraged by the control and

mobility of actors, the networking process and
applications embrace a whole new set of possibilities. For instance, actors may deploy, repair and
relocate sensors to improve coverage, build routes and fix network partition to ensure data
communication, ch
ange network topology to shape routing patterns and balance energy consumption,
and respond to reported events in a timely and effective manner. The benefits are limited only by
imagination. As an emerging research field, WSAN are in need of new networking

techniques, by
which they can fully exploit their particularities and potentials.


We received submissions

from
around the world
.
Each paper was reviewed by at least three referees.
As a result of a careful selection process,
nine

papers were selected for

presentation at the workshop.
The program covers network organization, network measurements, network management, localization,
data communication, and simulation of wireless sensor, actuator and robot networks.



We
thank our TPC members, publicity and su
bmission chairs for their
outstanding work

in reviewing
the submissions
, as well as IEEE MASS
2012

committees for
support of running this workshop.


We are looking forward to a very successful workshop and to the pleasure of welcoming you in

Las
Vegas
.


I
van Stojmenovic

General Chairs



Shuhui Yang

Xu Li

Technical Program Co
-
Chairs

3

WiSARN
-
Fall

201
2


Technical Program Committee


Muhammad Anan,
Purdue University Calumet

Cailian Chen,
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Xianghui Cao,
Zhejiang University, Ch
ina

Xiao Chen,
Texas State University

Shibo He,
Arizona State University, USA

Abdelmajid Khelil,
Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Germany

Tae
-
Hoon Kim
, Purdue University Calumet

Feng Li,
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Tianji Li,
Nationa
l University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland

Xiaodong Lin,
University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Anfeng Liu,
Central South University, China

Mingming Lu,
Central South University, China

Rongxing Lu,
University of Waterloo, Canada

Jaime Lloret
Mauri,
Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Enrico Natalizio,
Inria, France

Sushmita Ruj,
University of Ottawa, Canada

Haojin Zhu,
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Dimitrios Zorbas,
Inria, France

4


WiSARN
-
Fall 2012

Progr
am

9
:
20

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9:
3
0
: Welcome and introductory notes by the technical Chairs


9:
3
0
-

10:
45

:
Session 1
:

Orthogonal Cut Algorithm for Value
-
Based Event Localization in Sensor Networks,
Desheng Fu, Matthias Becker, Sven Schaust, Helena Szczerbicka

Space
-
Free L
ocalization for Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Neighbor Topology,
Yasuhisa Takizawa

Online Distributed Synchronizability Check for Networks of Interconnected Systems,
Andrea Gasparri, Gabriele Oliva, Mauro Franceschelli and Stefano Panzieri

Cooperative

N
-
Boundary Tracking in Large Scale Environments,
Juliane Euler,
Andreas Horn, Dominik Haumann, Jürgen Adamy, and Oskar von Stryk


10:
45

-

1
1
:
15

Coffee Break


1
1
:
15
-

12:
30

:
Session 2:

A Three
-
Dimensinal Localization Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Netw
orks Using
Artificial Neural Networks,
Mohammad Abdelhadi, and Muhammad Anan

Distributed Kalman Filtering for Noisy Consensus Networks with Time Delays,
Dominik
Haumann, Maximilian Löffler, Volker Willert

Cellular Automaton Based Algorithms for Depth Adj
ustment in Underwater Mobile
Sensor Networks,
Salimur Choudhury, Kai Salomaa, Selim G. Akl

Indoor Wireless Sensor Localization Using Mobile Robot and RSSI,
Fabricio Carvalho
Elerson Santos Andrea Iabrudi, Luiz Chaimowicz Mario Montenegro Campos