TU BRAUNSCHWEIG
| Carl-Friedrich-Gauß-Faculty | Computer Science
Informatikzentrum

Seminar Distributed System: "Wildlife Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Networks"

SemesterWinter 2013/2014 [ Other terms: ]
Module #INF-VS-041
ProgrammesDiplom Elektrotechnik, Diplom Informatik, Diplom Informations-Systemtechnik, Diplom Wirtschaftsinformatik, Lehramt Informatik, Master Computational Sciences in Engineering, Master Elektrotechnik, Master Informatik, Master Informations-Systemtechnik, Master Mobilität und Verkehr, Master Wirtschaftsinformatik
IBR Group(s)DS (Prof. Kapitza)
TypeSeminar
Lecturer
PhotoProf. Dr. Rüdiger Kapitza
Abteilungsleiter
kapitza[[at]]ibr.cs.tu-bs.de
+49 531 3913294
Room 135
Assistant
PhotoBijun Li
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
bli[[at]]ibr.cs.tu-bs.de
+49 531 3913295
Room 117
Credits4
Hours0+2
Time & Place

Mittwoch, 8:15-9:00 (IZ Room 105) Preliminary

Certificates Submition of report and successful presentation. The grade is determined by the active participation in the seminar as well as the quality of report and presentation.
Content

Overview

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) provide us various services and applications in our daily lives. A novel wildlife monitoring application — the BATs project — will be studied in this seminar. It povides new methodologies for efficient monitoring of bats' natual habitat.

Seminar Topics

No.PresenterDateAssistant
01Colin Wulf30 Oct.Bijun Li

An Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks

02Alexander Gottwald13 Nov.Bijun Li

Wildlife Monitoring Application in Wireless Sensor Networks

03Alexander Schlie13 Nov.Bijun Li

A Study on Traditional Operating Systems

04Jens-Michael Hoffmann27 Nov.Bijun Li

Extremely Lightweight Operating Systems

05Juanjuan Yin04 Dec.Bijun Li

Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks

06Hoang Minh Nguyen04 Dec.Bijun Li

Accurate Energy Estimations Before Deployment

07Mike Achtelik11 Dec.Bijun Li

Middleware Management in Wireless Sensor Networks

08Matthias Huy18 Dec.Bijun Li

Dynamic Code Reloading/Reconfiguration

09Signe Katerina Rüsch08 Jan.Bijun Li

Reliable Data Transmission using Erasure Codes

10Aron Tigor Möllers15 Jan.Bijun Li

Reliable Data Transmission using Erasure Codes

11Saskia Bellekom22 JanBijun Li

Simulation Tools

Course

In this semester, there will be a peer review of reports by the participants of the seminar. This means that participants will gather in groups of 2-3 students and help each other with presentation and report after the release of the final version of supervisor's opinion (review). This review includes both positive and negative criticism, and the contributions to the report will be further improved. There will be a corresponding template for creating the review.

Notes

Please finish the elaboration in English and submit as a PDF file. The extent of elaboration should include 6-10 pages. The presentation takes about 25 minutes. Each participant of the semenar will receive the literature according to the topic respectively. Furthermore, each participant should additionally do an independent research. The supervisor is always glad to help in this case.

(The strength of the university depends on academic and personal integrity. In this seminar, reports must be done in your own words. Plagiarism is an offense against the examination regulations.)

The LaTeX template for seminar report can be found here, you can also have a look at the PDF-Format.

Additional considerations for the design of the report can be found on the website of IBR.

As a presentation template, this PowerPoint-Template (PPT) or PowerPoint-Template (PPTX) or OpenOffice-Template will be used.

Each seminar participant will receive an account for the access to the computer of the institute.

Elaborations

The material is only available to registered attendees. In order to register, you need either an IBR account or a self-activated IBR-y-account. Afterwards you can login to this site (with the function at the top of this page).
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ChapterSlides
ch00: Seminar Introduction: Wildlife Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Networks
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ch01: An Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks[Colin Wulf]
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ch02: Wildlife Monitoring Application in Wireless Sensor Networks[Alexander Gottwald]
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ch03: A Study on Traditional Operating Systems[Alexander Schlie]
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ch04: Extremely Lightweight Operating Systems[Jens-Michael Hoffmann]
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ch05: Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks[Juanjuan Yin]
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ch06: Accurate Energy Estimations Before Deployment[Hoang Minh Nguyen]
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ch07: Middleware Management in Wireless Sensor Networks[Mike Achtelik]
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ch08: Dynamic Code Reloading/Reconfiguration[Matthias Huy]
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ch09: Reliable Data Transmission using Erasure Codes[Signe Katerina Ruesch]
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ch10: Reliable Data Transmission using Erasure Codes[Aron Tigor Moellers]
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ch11: Simulation Tools[Saskia Bellekom]
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References

On World-Wide-Web, there are different ways to enhance your seminar presentations:

For the literature review there links might be helpful:

Here are some Tips+Tricks of (La)TeX


last changed 2014-03-27, 11:33 by Bijun Li
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