Technical Committee on Parallel Processing

 

IEEE DCOSS 2011 Accepted Papers

The Program Committee selected the following 34 papers.

  1. A computationally inexpensive and power efficient fully distributed topology for data collection in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks
    Amitabha Bagchi, Adit Madan and Achal Premi

  2. Data Quality Maximization in Sensor Networks With a Mobile Sink
    Xu Xu, Weifa Liang, and Tim Wark

  3. Exploiting Concurrency for Efficient Dissemination in Wireless Sensor Networks
    Yi Gao, Jiajun Bu, Wei Dong, Chun Chen, Lei Rao and Xue Liu

  4. STARS: Static Relays for Multi-Robot Real-time Search and Monitoring
    Yuanteng Pei and Matt Mutka

  5. Distributed Localization and Clustering Using Data Correlation and the Occam's Razor Principle
    Pankaj Agarwal, Alon Efrat, Chris Gniady, Joseph Mitchell, Valentin Polishchuk and Girishkumar Sabhnani

  6. Distributed Local Broadcasting Algorithms in the Physical Interference Model
    Yu Dongxiao, Amy Yuexuan Wang, Qiang-Sheng Hua and Francis C.M. Lau

  7. A Distributed Architecture For Heterogeneous Multi Sensor-Task Allocation
    Diego Pizzocaro, Alun Preece, Fangfei Chen, Tom La Porta and Amotz Bar-Noy

  8. A Distributed Deterministic Approximation Algorithm for Data Association
    Songhwai Oh

  9. Directional Diagnosis for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Wei Gong

  10. Compiling Business Process Models for Sensor Networks
    Alexandru Caracas, Alexander Bernauer and Thorsten Kramp

  11. DISSense: An Adaptive Ultralow-power Communication Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Ugo Maria Colesanti, Silvia Santini and Andrea Vitaletti

  12. On Sensor Selection in Linked Information Networks
    Charu Aggarwal, Amotz Bar-Noy and Simon Shamoun

  13. VIP Delegation: Enabling VIPs to Offload Data in Wireless Social Mobile Networks
    Marco Valerio Barbera, Julinda Stefa, Aline Carneiro Viana, Marcelo Dias de Amorim and Mathias Boc

  14. YA-MAC: Handling Unified Unicast and Broadcast Traffic in Multi-hop Wireless Sensor Networks
    Poonam Yadav and Julie A McCann

  15. Self-Triggered Control over Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks
    Jose Araujo, Adolfo Anta, Manuel Mazo Jr., Joao Faria, Aitor Hernandez, Paulo Tabuada and Karl H. Johansson

  16. Chebyshev Polynomial Approximation for Distributed Signal Processing
    David Shuman, Pierre Vandergheynst and Pascal Frossard

  17. Group Monitoring in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
    Marco Cattani, Stefan Guna and Gian Pietro Picco

  18. TED: Efficient Type-based Composite Event Detection for Wireless Sensor Network
    Steven Lai, Jiannong Cao and Xiaopeng Fan

  19. ALF: An Autonomous Localization Framework for Self-Localization in Indoor Environments
    Juergen Eckert, Reinhard German and Falko Dressler

  20. A Distributed Information Fusion Method for Localization Based on Pareto Optimization
    Alessio De Angelis and Carlo Fischione

  21. Link Quality Ranking: Getting the Best out of Unreliable Links
    Marco Antonio Zuniga, Izabela Irzynska, Jan-Hinrich Hauer, Thiemo Voigt, Carlo Alberto Boano, and Kay Roemer

  22. Opportunistic Concurrency: A MAC Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Qiang Ma, Kebin Liu, Xin Miao and Yunhao Liu

  23. Local Silencing Rules for Randomized Gossip
    Ali Daher, Michael Rabbat and Vincent Lau

  24. Type-Safe Updating for Modular WSN Software
    Barry Porter, Utz Roedig and Geoff Coulson

  25. Optimizing Quality-of-Information in Cost-sensitive Sensor Data Fusion
    Dong Wang, Hossein Ahmadi, Tarek Abdelzaher, Harsha Chenji, Radu Stoleru and Charu Aggarwal

  26. Fast Distributed Simulation of Sensor Networks using Optimistic Synchronization
    Hao Jiang, Jiannan Zhai, Sally Wahba, Biswajit Mazumder, Jason O. Hallstrom

  27. Securing Communication in 6LoWPAN with Compressed IPsec
    Shahid Raza, Simon Duquennoy, Antony H M Chung, Dogan Yazar, Thiemo Voigt and Utz Roedig

  28. A Wireless Communication Selection Approach to Minimize Energy-per-bit For Wearable Computing Applications
    Vitali Loseu and Roozbeh Jafari

  29. Planning the Trajectories of Multiple Mobile Sinks in Large-Scale, Time-Sensitive WSNs
    Wint Yi Poe, Michael Beck and Jens Schmitt

  30. Stackless Preemptive Multi-Threading for TinyOS
    William McCartney and Nigamanth Sridhar

  31. Flip-MAC: A Density-Adaptive Contention-Reduction Protocol for Efficient Any-to-One Communication
    Douglas Carlson and Andreas Terzis

  32. MobiSense: Power-Efficient Micro-Mobility in Wireless Sensor Networks
    Antonio OLiveira Gonga, Olaf Landsiedel and Mikael Johansson

  33. Transmission Control Policy Design for Decentralized Detection in Sensor Networks
    Ashraf Tantawy, Xenofon Koutsoukos and Gautam Biswas

  34. LIPS: Link Prediction as a Service for Adaptive Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks
    Xiao Ma, Seddik M. Djouadi and Qing Cao


We congratulate the authors of all the above papers, and look forward to seeing you in Barcelona. Please visit the camera-ready paper instructions page for more.

 
 

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