Advanced Extended Kohonen Mapping (EKM) modelling techniques for sensor actor networks

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BROADBANDCOM 2009 - Selected Papers on Broadband Communication, Information Technology and Biomedical Applications, 2009, pp. 245 - 250
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This paper discusses the results of utilising advanced EKM modelling techniques to manage Sensor-Actor networks (SANETs) such as wireless sensor networks. EKMs allow a quantitative analysis of an algorithmic artificial neural network process by using an indirect-mapping EKM to self-organise from a given input space to administer SANET routing and clustering functions with a control parameter space. Results demonstrate that in comparison to linear approximation techniques, indirect mapping with EKMs provide fluid control and feedback mechanisms by operating in a continuous sensory control space. SANETs can be designed for a variety of sensory perceptive contexts where interactive detection and optimisation of events are required for real-time environments.
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