Time: 11am Friday, 3rd August, 2012
Location: SIT 124 Boardroom
Speaker: Radwa Shawl, University of Sydney
We study the problem of transmitting data from a set of sensors to a base-station where the data is to be gathered.
Each sensor continuously generates data and has to transmit it through the network (via other sensor nodes) to the base station.
However, a major performance bottleneck is the signifcantly increased latency in data collection due to the low movement speed of mobile base stations.
We present a rendezvous-based data collection approach in which a subset of nodes serve as the rendezvous points that buer and aggregate data originated from sources and
transfer to the base station when it arrives.