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Information Driven Approach for Sensor Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Information Driven Approach for Sensor Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks. / Ali, Arshad; Xydeas, Costas; Mihaylova, Lyudmila; Gning, Amadou.

INFORMATIK 2011 Informatik schafft Communities 4.–7. Oktober 2011 Berlin. ed. / Hans-Ulrich Heiß ; Peter Pepper; Holger Schlingloff; Jörg Schneider. Bonn : GI, 2011. (Lecture Notes in Informatics; Vol. P-192).

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Ali, A, Xydeas, C, Mihaylova, L & Gning, A 2011, Information Driven Approach for Sensor Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks. in H-U Heiß , P Pepper, H Schlingloff & J Schneider (eds), INFORMATIK 2011 Informatik schafft Communities 4.–7. Oktober 2011 Berlin. Lecture Notes in Informatics, vol. P-192, GI, Bonn, INFORMATIK 2011, Berlin, Germany, 4/10/11. <http://www.user.tu-berlin.de/komm/CD/paper/100132.pdf>

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Ali, A., Xydeas, C., Mihaylova, L., & Gning, A. (2011). Information Driven Approach for Sensor Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks. In H-U. Heiß , P. Pepper, H. Schlingloff, & J. Schneider (Eds.), INFORMATIK 2011 Informatik schafft Communities 4.–7. Oktober 2011 Berlin (Lecture Notes in Informatics; Vol. P-192). GI. http://www.user.tu-berlin.de/komm/CD/paper/100132.pdf

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Ali A, Xydeas C, Mihaylova L, Gning A. Information Driven Approach for Sensor Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks. In Heiß H-U, Pepper P, Schlingloff H, Schneider J, editors, INFORMATIK 2011 Informatik schafft Communities 4.–7. Oktober 2011 Berlin. Bonn: GI. 2011. (Lecture Notes in Informatics).

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Ali, Arshad ; Xydeas, Costas ; Mihaylova, Lyudmila ; Gning, Amadou. / Information Driven Approach for Sensor Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks. INFORMATIK 2011 Informatik schafft Communities 4.–7. Oktober 2011 Berlin. editor / Hans-Ulrich Heiß ; Peter Pepper ; Holger Schlingloff ; Jörg Schneider. Bonn : GI, 2011. (Lecture Notes in Informatics).

Bibtex

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