Adaptive Scheduling of Wireless Video Sensor Nodes for Surveillance Applications

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Executive Summary

Traditional vision systems for surveillance applications are built essentially from distributed high resolution video cameras and powerful processing units which communicate in general with central servers via a high bandwidth network. Using autonomous and small wireless video sensor nodes can add a much higher level of flexibility, therefore extending the range of surveillance applications that could be considered and, more interestingly, can support dynamic deployment scenario. With such resource-constrained devices power conservation is an important issue but one must also ensure that the application's objectives are met.

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