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    • IconEnergy efficient wireless sensor network communications based on computational intelligent data fusion for environmental monitoring  [Article]

      Larios Marín, Diego Francisco; Barbancho Concejero, Julio; Rodríguez, G.; Sevillano Ramos, José Luis; Molina Cantero, Francisco Javier; León de Mora, Carlos (IET: The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2012)
      The study presents a novel computational intelligence algorithm designed to optimise energy consumption in an environmental monitoring process: specifically, water level measurements in flooded areas. This algorithm aims ...
    • IconFive years of designing wireless sensor networks in the Doñana Biological Reserve (Spain): an applications approach  [Article]

      Larios Marín, Diego Francisco; Barbancho Concejero, Julio; Sevillano Ramos, José Luis; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Gustavo Antonio; Molina Cantero, Francisco Javier; González Gasull, Virginia; Mora-Merchán, Javier María; León de Mora, Carlos (2013)
      Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are a technology that is becoming very popular for many applications, and environmental monitoring is one of its most important application areas. This technology solves the lack of flexibility ...
    • IconmTOSSIM: A simulator that estimates battery lifetime in wireless sensor networks  [Article]

      Mora-Merchán, Javier María; Larios Marín, Diego Francisco; Barbancho Concejero, Julio; Molina Cantero, Francisco Javier; Sevillano Ramos, José Luis; León de Mora, Carlos (Elsevier, 2013)
      Knowledge of the battery lifetime of the wireless sensor network is important for many situations, such as in evaluation of the location of nodes or the estimation of the connectivity, along time, between devices. However, ...
    • IconSecuring a wireless sensor network for human tracking: a review of solutions  [Article]

      Carrasco Muñoz, Alejandro; Alcaraz, Francisco; Barbancho Concejero, Julio; Larios Marín, Diego Francisco; Sevillano Ramos, José Luis (Wiley, 2014)
      Currently, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are formed by devices with limited resources and limited power energy availability. Thanks to their cost effectiveness, flexibility, and ease of deployment, wireless sensor ...