publication . Doctoral thesis . 2016

Self-organizing energy-autonomous systems

Liu, Q.;
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  • Published: 02 Dec 2016
Abstract
With the rapid development of mobile technology, more and more devices connect to the Internet of Things (IoT). The management of such large-scale networks becomes a challenge. Firstly, a large number of heterogeneous devices are distributed over a wide area, leading to a variation of the requirements of users, the performance of mobile devices, and the application scenarios. As the size of the IoT increases, the complexity of controlling such systems becomes a challenge. Most existing solutions choose global control, and are designed for a specific type of application scenario. However, any changes in the network, e.g. topology, node density, etc., affect the c...
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free text keywords: SELF-ORGANIZING, ENERGY-AUTONOMOUS
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[7] Assimonis, S. D., Daskalakis, S.-N., and Bletsas, A. (2016). Sensitive and efficient rf harvesting supply for batteryless backscatter sensor networks. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 64(4):1327-1338. [OpenAIRE]

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[14] Beeby, S. P., Tudor, M. J., and White, N. M. (2006). Energy harvesting vibration sources for microsystems applications. Measurement science and technology, 17(12):R175.

[15] Belleville, M., Fanet, H., Fiorini, P., Nicole, P., Pelgrom, M., Piguet, C., Hahn, R., Van Hoof, C., Vullers, R., Tartagni, M., et al. (2010). Energy autonomous sensor systems: Towards a ubiquitous sensor technology. Microelectronics Journal, 41(11):740-745.

187 references, page 1 of 13
Abstract
With the rapid development of mobile technology, more and more devices connect to the Internet of Things (IoT). The management of such large-scale networks becomes a challenge. Firstly, a large number of heterogeneous devices are distributed over a wide area, leading to a variation of the requirements of users, the performance of mobile devices, and the application scenarios. As the size of the IoT increases, the complexity of controlling such systems becomes a challenge. Most existing solutions choose global control, and are designed for a specific type of application scenario. However, any changes in the network, e.g. topology, node density, etc., affect the c...
Subjects
free text keywords: SELF-ORGANIZING, ENERGY-AUTONOMOUS
Download from
TU Delft Repository
Doctoral thesis . 2016
Provider: NARCIS
187 references, page 1 of 13

[1] Adafruit Technology (2015). Slim sticker-type GSM/cellular quad-band antenna datasheet.

[2] Arduino (2014). Arduino Homepage. http://arduino.cc/en/Main/.

[3] Arnbak, J. C. and van Blitterswijk, W. (1987). Capacity of slotted aloha in rayleighfading channels. IEEE J. Sel. Areas Commun., 5(2):261-269.

[4] Artemis (2014). Artemis Home Page. http://www.artemis.com.

[5] Ashby, W. R. (1991). Principles of the self-organizing system. In Facets of Systems Science, pages 521-536. Springer.

[6] Assimonis, S. D., Daskalakis, S.-N., and Bletsas, A. (2014). Efficient rf harvesting for low-power input with low-cost lossy substrate rectenna grid. In RFID Technology and Applications Conference (RFID-TA), pages 1-6. IEEE.

[7] Assimonis, S. D., Daskalakis, S.-N., and Bletsas, A. (2016). Sensitive and efficient rf harvesting supply for batteryless backscatter sensor networks. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 64(4):1327-1338. [OpenAIRE]

[8] Atmel Corp. (2015). Atmel 8-bit microcontroller with 4/8/16/32 kbytes in-system programmable flash.

[9] Awad, A., Frunzke, T., and Dressler, F. (2007). Adaptive distance estimation and localization in wsn using rssi measures. In Proceedings DSD, pages 471 -478.

[10] Back, T., Fogel, D. B., and Michalewicz, Z. (1997). Handbook of evolutionary computation. IOP Publishing Ltd.

[11] Barroca, N., Borges, L. M., Velez, F. J., Monteiro, F., Górski, M., and Castro-Gomes, J. (2013). Wireless sensor networks for temperature and humidity monitoring within concrete structures. Construction and Building Materials, 40:1156-1166. [OpenAIRE]

[12] Beal, J. and Schantz, R. (2010). A spatial computing approach to distributed algorithms. In 45th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers.

[13] Beeby, S. P., Torah, R., Tudor, M., Glynne-Jones, P., O'Donnell, T., Saha, C., and Roy, S. (2007). A micro electromagnetic generator for vibration energy harvesting. Journal of Micromechanics and microengineering, 17(7):1257. [OpenAIRE]

[14] Beeby, S. P., Tudor, M. J., and White, N. M. (2006). Energy harvesting vibration sources for microsystems applications. Measurement science and technology, 17(12):R175.

[15] Belleville, M., Fanet, H., Fiorini, P., Nicole, P., Pelgrom, M., Piguet, C., Hahn, R., Van Hoof, C., Vullers, R., Tartagni, M., et al. (2010). Energy autonomous sensor systems: Towards a ubiquitous sensor technology. Microelectronics Journal, 41(11):740-745.

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