Technical Committee on Parallel Processing


DCOSS 2010 Accepted Papers

DCOSS '10 received 76 submissions. The Program Committee selected the following 28 papers (36.8% acceptance ratio).

  1. James Horey, Arthur Maccabe and Eric Nelson. Tables: A Spreadsheet-Inspired Programming Model for Sensor Networks
  2. Faisal Aslam, Luminous Fennell, Christian Schindelhauer, Peter Thiemann, Gidon Ernst, Elmar Haussmann, Zartash Afzal Uzmi and Stefan Ruehrup. Optimized Java Binary and Virtual Machine for Tiny Motes
  3. Andreas Lachenmann, Ulrich Müller, Robert Sugar, Louis Latour, Matthias Neugebauer and Alain Gefflaut. Programming Sensor Networks with State-Centric Services
  4. Amirhosein Taherkordi, Frederic Loiret, Romain Rouvoy, Azadeh Abdolrazaghi, Quan Le-Trung and Frank Eliassen. Programming Sensor Networks Using REMORA Component Model
  5. Moritz Struebe, Ruediger Kapitza, Klaus Stengel and Falko Dressler. Stateful Mobile Modules for Sensor Networks
  6. Younghun Kim, Thomas Schmid and Mani Srivastava. Design and Implementation of a Robust Sensor Data Fusion System for Unknown Signals
  7. Ahmad Ababnah and Balasubramaniam Natarajan. Control Theoretic Sensor Deployment Approach for Data Fusion Based Detection
  8. Prabir Barooah, Wm. Joshua Russell and Joao P. Hespanha. Approximate distributed Kalman filtering for cooperative multi-agent localization
  9. Domenic Forte and Ankur Srivastava. Thermal-Aware Sensor Scheduling for Distributed Estimation
  10. Lin Li, Xiao Li, Anna Scaglione and Jonathan Manton. Decentralized Subspace Tracking via Gossiping
  11. Dhia Mahjoub and David Matula. Building (1-e) Dominating Set Partitions as Backbones in Wireless Sensor Networks using Distributed Graph Coloring
  12. Shouwen Lai and Binoy Ravindran. On Multihop Broadcast over Adaptively Duty-Cycled Wireless Sensor Networks
  13. Zhibo Wang, Wei Lou, Zhi Wang, Junchao Ma and Honglong Chen. A Novel Mobility Management Scheme for Target Tracking in Cluster-based Sensor Networks
  14. Rey Abe and Shinichi Honiden. Suppressing Redundancy in Wireless Sensor Network Traffic
  15. Hongbo Liu, Hui Wang and Yingying Chen. Ensuring Data Storage Security against Frequency-based Attacks in Wireless Networks
  16. Petcharat Suriyachai, James Brown and Utz Roedig. Time-Critical Data Delivery in Wireless Sensor Networks
  17. Gahng-Seop Ahn, Mirco Musolesi, Hong Lu, Reza Olfati-Saber and Andrew Campbell. MetroTrack: Predictive Tracking of Mobile Events using Mobile Phones
  18. Harsha Chenji and Radu Stoleru. Mobile Sensor Network Localization in Harsh Environments
  19. Mohammad Hossain and Vijay Raghunathan. AEGIS: A Lightweight Firewall for Wireless Sensor Networks
  20. Shane Eisenman and Andrew Campbell. Halo: Managing Node Rendezvous in Opportunistic Sensor Networks
  21. Pierre Leone, Jose Rolim, Aubin Jarry and Sotiris Nikoletseas. Optimal Data Gathering Paths and Energy Balance Mechanisms in Wireless Networks
  22. Andreas Meier, Matthias Woehrle, Marco Zimmerling and Lothar Thiele. Zerocal: Automatic MAC Protocol Calibration
  23. Konstantinos Tsianos and Michael Rabbat. Fast Decentralized Averaging via Multi-Scale Gossip
  24. Tassos Dimitriou and Thanassis Giannetsos. Wormholes no more? Localized Wormhole Detection and Prevention in Wireless Networks
  25. Zhenhua Liu, Hongbo Liu, Wenyuan Xu and Yingying Chen. Wireless Jamming Localization by Exploiting Nodes' Hearing Ranges
  26. Janna Burman and Joffroy Beauquier. Self-stabilizing Synchronization in Mobile Sensor Networks with Covering
  27. Simon Shamoun, Amotz Bar-Noy and Theodore Brown. Sensor Allocation in Diverse Environments
  28. Onur Soysal and Murat Demirbas. Data Spider: A Resilient Mobile Basestation Protocol for Efficient Data Collection in Wireless Sensor Networks

We congratulate the authors of all the above papers, and look forward to seeing you in Santa Barbara. Please visit the camera-ready paper instructions page for more.

Rajmohan Rajaraman, Program Chair
Thomas Moscibroda, Program Vice Chair, Algorithms and Performance Analysis
Adam Dunkels, Program Vice Chair, Systems and Applications
Anna Scaglione, Program Vice Chair, Signal Processing and Information Theory


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