Dagstuhl: Geometry in Sensor Networks

April 9-13, 2007       Dagstuhl, Germany

Dagstuhl: Geometry in Sensor Networks

Dagstuhl events are by invitation only.
Wireless sensors offer exciting new possibilities for both passive monitoring and active intervention in all environments that matter to our health, security, economy, and life. Due to their tiny size and untethered nature, these mass-produced intelligent sensors can be deployed, cheaply and broadly, in many areas where data collection using traditional means is impossible due to either wiring costs or physical access constraints. Once deployed, these devices can collaboratively sense and reason about wide-area phenomena and provide a distributed awareness that no centralized system can attain.

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