Validating the sensor network calculus by simulations
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He published about 500 research papers, including 14 reviews, 15 books or book chapters, respectively, filed more than 20 patents and has given more than 200 invited lectures. His expertise covers organic chemistry; macromolecular chemistry; catalysis in polymer materials; and (reactive) processing of (nano)composites and nanohybrid materials, including biosourced polymers.He is scientific director of Materia Nova Research Center, Mons, and scientific advisor at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) where, as scientific director in 2016-17, he launched and installed the National Composite Center of Luxembourg (NCC-L).
When wireless sensor networks are introduced in industrial settings, they will be part of a much larger heterogeneous sensor and actuation network that includes those sub-networks together with Ethernet cabled Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and control stations. We propose mechanisms to measure, verify, control and debug expected operation time bounds in such heterogeneous sensor and actuator networks.
Torsten Wilholt is Professor of Philosophy and History of the Natural Sciences at Leibniz Universität Hannover.
He is also a co-founder of the interdisciplinary Leibniz Center for Science and Society at his university as well as chairman of the joint graduate program of the universities of Hannover and Bielefeld in “Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research”. degree from the Humboldt-University of Berlin in 1986.
TY - JOURT1 - A stochastic performance estimation method for wireless multi-hop network AU - Mori, Shizuna AU - Yakoh, Takahiro PY - 2017Y1 - 2017N2 - M2M (machine-to-machine) is required and spreads rapidly in recent years.
AB - M2M (machine-to-machine) is required and spreads rapidly in recent years.
However, current SNC lacks ways to take wireless random errors, branching and joining of traffic flows into calculation, these are necessary to estimate the performance of sink-tree wireless-sensor network.
This paper proposed a performance estimation method for sink-tree wireless multi-hop network based on SNC. Firstly, this introduces parameters of hop number and node number considering wireless random error due to packet collision.
He is a laureate of the FNRS Quinquennal Award in applied exact sciences (2011–2015), the highest scientific award of FNRS delivered every five years by the Belgian FNRS and personally awarded by King Philippe of Belgium.
In 2016, he is awarded the excellence research program PEARL (4 millions €) by the National Foundation of Research FNR in Luxembourg.
Secondly, this treats actual sink-tree network model by considering joining of traffic.
Thirdly, this separates the service curve and bounding function calculation to avoid double counting.
His works now is mainly devoted on relativistic laser plasma interaction and on laser plasma accelerators, in which he makes several breakthrough contributions.