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Technical Program for CONET 2010
The First International Workshop on Networks of Cooperating Objects
April 12th, 2010 – Stockholm, Sweden
Co-located with the CPS Week 2010
Session 1: 9:00 - 10:00
- Keynote: "Human-centric Sensing"
Prof. Tarek F. Abdelzaher
Department of Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Session 2: 10.30-12.00 Wireless sensor networks: Architectural issues
- (full) Michael Okola and Kamin Whitehouse. "Automatically Exporting TinyOS Modules as Web Services"
- (full) Barry Porter, Geoff Coulson, Francois Taiani and Utz Roedig. "A comparison of static and dynamic component models for Wireless Sensor Networks"
- (full) Anna Förster and Amy Murphy. "A Critical Survey and Guide to Evaluating WSN Routing Protocols"
Session 3: 13.30-15.00 Wireless sensor networks: Systems and Applications
- (short) Pedro Javier del Cid, Nelson Matthys, Sam Michiels and WouterJoosen. "Supporting Quality of Service in a Multi-Tiered Wireless SensorNetwork Architecture"
- (short) Marco Tiloca, Gianluca Dini, Pericle Perazzo, Fabio Luigi Bellifemine and Claudio Borean. "A Home Manager Application for ZigBee Smart Home Networks"
- (short) Norman Dziengel, Marco Ziegert and Zakaria Kasmi. "A Platform for Distributed Event Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks"
- (short) Alexandra Moraru, Marko Pesko, Maria Porcius, Carolina Fortuna and Dunja Mladenic. "Work in Progress: Learning to Predict Crowdedness from Sensor Data"
Session 4: 15.30-17.00 Control and Mobile Cooperating Objects
- (full) Ramiro Martinez, Adrian Jimenez and Anibal Ollero. "Towards an Integrating Validation and Simulation Tool for Cooperating Objects"
- (full) Jesus Capitan, Luis Merino and Anibal Ollero. "Tracking under Uncertainty with Cooperating Objects using MOMDPs"
- (short) Sion Scone, Iain Phillips and Jim Armstrong. "Communication Schemes for Cooperating Mobile Agents in a Search Task"
- (short) Manuel Mazo Jr. and Paulo Tabuada. "Towards decentralized event-triggered implementations of centralized control laws"