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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Development of Localized Algorithms in Wireless Sensor Networks

    Advances in sensor technology and wireless communications have made networked microsensors possible, where each sensor individually senses the environment but collaboratively achieves complex information gathering and dissemination tasks. These networked sensors, however, possess several characteristics that have challenged many aspects of traditional computer network design, such as the scalability issue...

    Provided By Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    An Improved Cloud Classification Algorithm for China's FY-2C Multi-Channel Images Using Artificial Neural Network

    The crowning objective of this research was to identify a better cloud classification method to upgrade the current window-based clustering algorithm used operationally for China's first operational geostationary meteorological satellite FengYun-2C (FY-2C) data. First, the capabilities of six widely-used Artificial Neural Network (ANN) methods are analyzed, together with the comparison...

    Provided By Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    An Improved Cloud Classification Algorithm for China's FY-2C Multi-Channel Images Using Artificial Neural Network

    The crowning objective of this research was to identify a better cloud classification method to upgrade the current window-based clustering algorithm used operationally for China's first operational geostationary meteorological satellite FengYun-2C (FY-2C) data. First, the capabilities of six widely-used Artificial Neural Network (ANN) methods are analyzed, together with the comparison...

    Provided By Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Development of Localized Algorithms in Wireless Sensor Networks

    Advances in sensor technology and wireless communications have made networked microsensors possible, where each sensor individually senses the environment but collaboratively achieves complex information gathering and dissemination tasks. These networked sensors, however, possess several characteristics that have challenged many aspects of traditional computer network design, such as the scalability issue...

    Provided By Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)