2017 IEEE 42nd Conference on Local Computer Networks Workshops (LCN Workshops)

9-9 Oct. 2017

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  • Table of contents

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  • SenseApp 2017 Message from the Chairs

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  • SenseApp 2017 TPC and Reviewers

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  • SenseApp 2017 Keynote Address

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    Provides an abstract of the keynote presentation and a brief professional biography of the presenter. The complete presentation was not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • WECNet 2017 Message from the Chairs

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  • WECNET 2017 Keynote

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  • On-Move 2017 Message from the Chairs

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  • On-Move 2017 TPC Members

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  • On-Move 2017 Keynote

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  • NSWMD 2017 Message from the Chairs

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  • NSWMD 2017 TPC

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  • 5G-IoT 2017 Message from the Chairs

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  • REAPer — Adaptive Micro-Source Energy-Harvester for Wireless Sensor Nodes

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    Energy Harvesting is a solution for continued operation of WSNs without depending on batteries. This paper introduces REAPer, an adaptive energy harvester for microsources that can be configured and monitored by the supplied WSN node. We combine REAPer with an IdealVolting capable sensor node that can fully exploit the monitoring and control capabilities of REAPer. The efficiency and overhead of t... View full abstract»

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  • Hierarchical Classification of Low Resolution Thermal Images for Occupancy Estimation

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    Occupancy estimators (sensors which can accurately estimate the number of people occupying a space) hold great potential for reducing the power usage of lighting and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. In this paper we use low-resolution thermal sensors for occupancy estimation, due to their high temporal and spatial resolution and low invasiveness. We extend the connected c... View full abstract»

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  • Plug into a Plant: Using a Plant Microbial Fuel Cell and a Wake-Up Radio for an Energy Neutral Sensing System

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    As a step toward sustainable wireless sensing, we present a proof of concept system that uses a Plant Microbial Fuel Cells (PMFC) as a power source. To match the very low power production capabilities of the PMFC, we couple it with an ultra-low power wake-up receiver used as a trigger for sampling and transmission of the sensed value. We demonstrate that this combination, with a new, receiver init... View full abstract»

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  • Automating Human Motor Performance Ability Testing: The Case of Backward Step Detection

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    Coordination under precision demands is an important aspect of human motor performance ability. It is usually evaluated through a carefully selected set of physical exercises, which follow the same scheme: An examiner presents candidates with a task to perform, monitors their correct task execution, and manually tracks the score achieved by each candidate. However, the latter two steps impose a si... View full abstract»

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  • WHISPER: Wirelessly Synchronized Distributed Audio Sensor Platform

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    This paper describes a distributed wireless acoustic sensor network (WASN) platform called WHISPER that is capable of synchronous multichannel sampling at different spatial locations with a sampling clock whose relative jitter is less than 300 ns. The platform comprises up to four data acquisition modules with onboard computing capabilities, and that can form an ad-hoc Wi-Fi network allowing an ad... View full abstract»

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  • An Optical-Camera Complement to a PIR Sensor Array for Intrusion Detection and Classfication in an Outdoor Environment

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    An important issue faced while employing Pyroelectric InfraRed (PIR) sensors in an outdoor Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) deployment for intrusion detection, is that the output of the PIR sensor can, as shown in a recent paper, degenerate into a weak and unpredictable signal when the background temperature is close to that of the intruder. The current paper explores the use of an optical camera as ... View full abstract»

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  • Mobile Data Collection from Sensor Networks with Range-Dependent Data Rates

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    An algorithm, Travelling Salesperson Problem for Data Collection (TSP-DC), is presented which can plan tours for collected data from sensor nodes using a mobile sink. This is the first work which can deal with multiple different data ranges and data loads for each sensor node. Linear programming is used to schedule data transmissions to different nodes to reduce the overall tour time. Simulation r... View full abstract»

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