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Title Data mining techniques in sensor networks : summarization, interpolation and surveillance / Annalisa Appice, Anna Ciampi, Fabio Fumarola, Donato Malerba
Published London : Springer, [2013?]
©2014
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 105 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series SpringerBriefs in computer science, 2191-5768
SpringerBriefs in computer science. 2191-5768
Contents Introduction -- Sensor Networks and Data Streams: Basics -- Geodata Stream Summarization -- Missing Sensor Data Interpolation -- Sensor Data Surveillance -- Sensor Data Analysis Applications
Summary Emerging real life applications, such as environmental compliance, ecological studies and meteorology, are characterized by real-time data acquisition through a number of (wireless) remote sensors. Operatively, remote sensors are installed across a spatially distributed network; they gather information along a number of attribute dimensions and periodically feed a central server with the measured data. The server is required to monitor these data, issue possible alarms or compute fast aggregates. As data analysis requests, which are submitted to a server, may concern both present and past data, the server is forced to store the entire stream. But, in the case of massive streams (large networks and/or frequent transmissions), the limited storage capacity of a server may impose to reduce the amount of data stored on the disk. One solution to address the storage limits is to compute summaries of the data as they arrive and use these summaries to interpolate the real data which are discarded instead. On any future demands of further analysis of the discarded data, the server pieces together the data from the summaries stored in database and processes them according to the requests. This work introduces the multiple possibilities and facets of a recently defined spatio-temporal pattern, called trend cluster, and its applications to summarize, interpolate and identify anomalies in a sensor network. As an example application, the authors illustrate the application of trend cluster discovery to monitor the efficiency of photovoltaic power plants. The work closes with remarks on new possibilities for surveillance gained by recent developments of sensing technology, and with an outline of future challenges
Analysis Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Computer Communication Networks
Computer Science
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 16, 2013)
Subject Data mining.
Sensor networks.
Form Electronic book
Author Appice, Annalisa, author
Ciampi, Anna, author
Fumarola, Fabio, author
Malerba, Donato, author
ISBN 9781447154549 (electronic bk.)
1447154541 (electronic bk.)
1447154533
9781447154532