Marwah Almasri

Marwah Almasri
University of Bridgeport · Department of Computer Science & Engineering

PhD candidate student

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Education
January 2012 - December 2015
University of Bridgeport
Field of study
  • computer science
January 2010 - December 2011
The University of Scranton
Field of study
  • Management Information Systems
January 2009 - December 2009
University of Delaware
Field of study
  • English

Publications

Publications (9)
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There has been a remarkable growth in many different real-time systems in the area of autonomous mobile robots. This paper focuses on the collaboration of efficient multi-sensor systems to create new optimal motion planning for mobile robots. A proposed algorithm is used based on a new model to produce the shortest and most energy-efficient path fr...
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The flexible use of sensors has made them an attractive device to be deployed in almost every field of life such as health, military and home. Recent advancement in electronics and wireless communications has witnessed the development of low cost-sensor devices. While wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are flexible to use and less costly, they need to...
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Autonomous mobile robots have become a very popular and interesting topic in the last decade. Each of them are equipped with various types of sensors such as GPS, camera, infrared and ultrasonic sensors. These sensors are used to observe the surrounding environment. However, these sensors sometimes fail and have inaccurate readings. Therefore, the...
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In WSNs, the most critical issue is energy consumption as sensor nodes have limited resources. The sensors collect data from the environment where they can fail due to variations in pressure, temperature, and electromagnetic noise. All these can result in misleading readings and measurements where a lot of energy is consumed. Therefore, data fusion...
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Abstract—In WSNs, hundreds of sensors collect data from the environment but these sensors have limited energy. Therefore, energy consumption is a very challenging issue in the design of WSNs. Sometimes, sensors fail as they got affected by the pressure or temperature. Such failure can lead to misleading measurements which in turn are waste of energ...
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Recently, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have emerged to provide a variety of important applications with low cost sensors. The task of the sensors is to collect data and send it to the sink node which delivers the data to a task manager. However, these sensors have limited power and thus limited lifetime. Another important consideration in WSNs i...
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To search for an element in an unsorted database, it requires O(N) operations using classical computers, where it takes only O(√N) operations in quantum systems. In this paper, we provide an in-depth look at the existing quantum searching algorithms and emphasize the quantum entanglement feature to propose a new technique for sorting N elements and...
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Maintaining the quality of service (QOS) and controlling the network congestion are quite complicated tasks. They cause degrading the performance of the network, and disturbing the continuous communication process. To overcome these issues, one step towards this dilemma has been taken in form of Pre-congestion notification (PCN) technique. PCN uses...

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