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The recent advances in digital circuitry, wireless communications and MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) have allowed the emergence of devices (sensor motes) incorporating wireless communication, processing and storage capabilities.
The main scientific contribution of ASPIRE is the investigation and development of innovative concepts and solutions to the challenges presented by the envisioned availability of very large numbers of possibly heterogeneous sensors, each of which limited in power, computation, memory and communication bandwidth.
The Network of Excellence (NoE) CRUISE intends to be a focal point in the planning and coordination of research on communication and application aspects of wireless sensor networking in Europe.
This project covers three lines of basic and applied research: -New sampling, quantifying and representing methods of distributed signals. -Interaction between Physics and source coding, channel coding and routing in decentralized networks. -Estimation/detection/distributed classification and robust control.
The standard separable two-dimensional (2-D) wavelet transform (WT) has recently achieved a great success in image processing because it provides a sparse representation of smooth images.
 
 
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