Tutor: Marcus Handte
Nowadays, most devices are equipped with differnt types of networking technology and a broad spectrum of sensors. Examples include gyroscopes, accelerometers, cameras, and microphones. To provide better task support, future applications will have to use the sensors of multiple devices to determine the state of their environment in an automated fashion. This requires novel software systems and signal processing algorithms to derive high-level context information from low-level sensor readings.
The seminar topics will cover a selection of systems and algorithms to recognize different types of context. Furthermore, they cover supportive architectures and protocols to recognize context in a distributed manner. Thereby, the seminar focuses on light-weight approaches that can be implemented on resource-poor devices. Participants will be able to select their topic of choice from the set of available topics.
Participants will have to do a literature research and they will have to create a high quality written report. Furthermore, they will have to give an oral presentation of their topics. Note that it is not possible to combine this seminar with the context recognition with mobile devices project at the master/diploma level.
This seminar is suitable for students at the bachelor or master/diploma level. However, the requirements and grading scheme will be different depending on the level. Furthermore, depending on the number and type of participants, this seminar might be given in English and German. Please also note that the maximum number of participants is limited. If you want to participate in the seminar, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The kickoff meeting for this seminar will take place on Thursday, 12.4.2012 between 10.30h and 12.00h in BC504. Participation in this meeting is mandatory.
Tutor: Marcus Handte
More and more mobile devices are equipped with a broad variety of sensors such as gyroscopes, accelerometers, video cameras, and microphones. To provide better task support, future applications will have to use these sensors to determine the state of their environment unobtrusively. As a simple example consider smart phones that are deactivating the touch screen when they detect that the user is holding them close to his ear.
In more complicated scenarios, this requires applications to “make sense” of the multitude of inputs received at any point in time. To simplify this task, the participants will develop a software system that is able to automatically categorize different situations. This system will be developed for and tested on Android-based mobile phones which will be given out to the participants. Due to the use of Android as operating system, participants should be able to program in Java.
This course may be held in German and English depending on the number and type of participants. The project is suitable for students at the bachelor and the master/diploma level. However, the course contents and the requirements are different depending on the level. As a consequence, it is not possible to create mixed teams. If you are not sure whether you fulfill the requirements or if you want to participate in the project, please send an email to email@example.com.
The kickoff meeting for this project will take place on Thursday, 12.4.2012 between 9.00h and 10.30h in BC504. Participation in this meeting is mandatory.
Tutor: The researchers of NES
This seminar aims to familiarize student with important research topics related to collaborating embedded devices in the areas of pervasive computing and sensor networks. The covered topics include: context-aware systems and algorithm, energy-efficient routing, localization, sensing coverage and communication connectivity, multi-channel communication, sensor networks simulation, sensor network monitoring, modeling techniques on radio models, mobility models and sensing modalities, context recognition, activity recognition, context privacy, location detection using different technologies, signal processing, etc.
This seminar is offered on the bachelor level. The student needs to select one of above topics and to perform in-depth research study on the chosen topic. By the end of the semester, the student is required to turn in a well-written report and to prepare an oral presentation to demonstrate the result of the study. The seminar is given in English and German.
If you want to take part in the seminar, please write an e-mail to Carina Kratz, with the topics that you are interested in, she will give you further information to the kick-off meetings.
The kickoff meetings for this seminar will take place on Thursday, 12.4.2012. Participation in this meeting is mandatory.
Dozent: Prof. Dr. Pedro José Marrón, Übungen: Ngewi Fet
Die Veranstaltung (2V+2Ü) setzt die in den vorherigen Semestern gelernten grundlegenden Konzepte und Methoden der objektorientierten Programmierung (OOP) in C++ um.
Inhalte im Einzelnen:
- OO-Analyse, -Design und -Modellierung mit UML
- C++ als Erweiterung von C
- Klassen, Klassen-Hierarchien, einfache und mehrfache Vererbung, Zugriffsschutzmechanismen, virtuelle Basisklassen, virtuelle Funktionen, statisches und dynamisches Binden, Typisierung und Typkonvertierungen
- Funktions- und Operator-Überladen
- Exception Handling
- Modularität, Namespaces
- Standard Template Library (z.B. Algorithmen, Iteratoren, Container)
- kleine Projektbeispiele aus den Anwendungsbereichen der Ingenieurwissenschaften.
Die Veranstaltung findet auf deutsch statt und ist ausschließlich für BAI-Studierende hörbar.
Die Übung am 10.04.2012 fällt aus.
Einträge im LSF: Vorlesung und Übung
Moodle-Seite mit Materialien
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Pedro José Marrón, Exercises: Falk Brockmann
This lecture describes the fundamental concepts of sensor networks and how they differ from traditional networked systems that do not take energy and resource constraints into account. During the experiments, the students will deal with real-world deployments of sensor networks and use real sensor nodes to understand better the effects of real-world phenomena in aspects like link quality, localization, etc.
More information can be found on our Moodle page (the password will be available from Falk Brockmann after the first lecture).
Tutor: Dr. Chia-Yen Shih
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been widely deployed in many application domains including environmental monitoring, surveillance, healthcare, automation control and more. A typical WSN consists of a set of low-powered and inexpensive embedded sensor devices with specific sensing modalities and with computation as well as communication capabilities. These devices collaborate with each other by exchanging data through energy-efficient, short-range radio. The application provides its services by manipulating the sensory data collected by the deployed WSN.
In this project, you will learn how to develop an integrated application providing services by making use of a WSN. The topics that will be covered include:
- Wireless sensor system programming
- Sensory data collection
- Data delivery and communication through IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee networks
- Interfacing between the user and the deployed WSN
For further information about the project, please contact Dr. Chia-Yen Shih at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The kickoff meeting for this project will take place on Thursday, 12.4.2012 between 13.30h and 15.00h in BC504. Participation in this meeting is mandatory.
Tutor: Chia-Yen Shih
This seminar aims to familiarize student with important research topics in Wireless Sensor Networks. The covered topics include: routing, localization, sensing coverage and communication connectivity, multi-channel communication, sensor networks simulation, modeling techniques on radio models, mobility models and sensing modalities, camera sensor networks.
This seminar is offered as a master seminar. The student needs to select one of above topics and to perform in-depth research study on the chosen topic. By the end of the semester, the student is required to turn in a well-written report and to prepare an oral presentation to demonstrate the result of the study.
The first meeting for the seminar will take place in Room BC504 at 15:00 16:30 on Thursday, 12.04.2012. It is mandatory to attend the first meeting in order to participate the seminar.