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Self-synchronized duty-cycling for mobile sensor networks with energy harvesting capabilities: A swarm intelligence study

Author
Hernandez, H.; Blum, C.; Middendorf, M.; Ramsch, K.; Scheidler, A.
Type of activity
Report
Date
2008-11
Code
LSI-08-33-R
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/87426 Open in new window
Abstract
When asked if ants rest or if they work untiringly all day long, most people would probably respond that they had no idea. In fact, when watching the bustling life of an ant hill it is hard to imagine that ants take a rest from now and then. However, biologists discovered that ants rest quite a large fraction of their time. Surprisingly, not only single ants show alternate phases of resting and being active, but whole ant colonies exhibit synchronized activity phases that result from self-organi...
Citation
Hernández, H., Blum, C., Middendorf, M., Ramsch, K., Scheidler, A. "Self-synchronized duty-cycling for mobile sensor networks with energy harvesting capabilities: A swarm intelligence study". 2008.
Keywords
Duty-cycling, Energy harvesting capabilities, Mobile sensor networks, Self-synchronization
Group of research
ALBCOM - Algorithms, Computational Biology, Complexity and Formal Methods

Participants

  • Hernandez Pibernat, Hugo  (author)
  • Blum, Christian Clemens  (author)
  • Middendorf, Martin  (author)
  • Ramsch, Kai  (author)
  • Scheidler, Alexander  (author)

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