High Performance Computing and Grid in Asia Pacific Region, International Conference on (2004)
Omiya Sonic City, Tokyo, Japan
July 20, 2004 to July 22, 2004
A. I. Khan , Monash University, Australia
M. Isreb , Monash University, Australia
R. S. Spindler , Monash University, Australia
The paper describes the use of a wireless sensor network (WSN) for performing parallel pattern recognition computations. A complexity analysis indicates that the proposed algorithm is independent of the number of nodes and hence may scale up indefinitely with the network. It's shown that any material object once overlaid with a WSN, develops a latent associative memory, which enables the object to memorise some of its critical internal states for a real time comparison with those induced by the transient external conditions.
R. S. Spindler, M. Isreb and A. I. Khan, "A Parallel Distributed Application of the Wireless Sensor Network," High Performance Computing and Grid in Asia Pacific Region, International Conference on(HPCASIA), Omiya Sonic City, Tokyo, Japan, 2004, pp. 81-88.