Roberto Rodriguez-Zurrunero

Roberto Rodriguez-Zurrunero
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid | UPM · Departmento de Ingeniería Electrónica

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The increasingly growth of autonomous end devices applied to Internet of Things (IoT) environments and has led to the development of new microcontrollers with enhanced power modes. An operating system (OS) is usually implemented on top of these resource-constrained devices to enhance applications development and also manage system resources and pow...
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The identification of a new generation of adaptive strategies for deep brain stimulation (DBS) will require the development of mixed hardware–software systems for testing and implementing such controllers clinically. Towards this aim, introducing an operating system (OS) that provides high-level features (multitasking, hardware abstraction, and dyn...
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The increase in the number of mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, along with the demands of new applications and services, represents an important challenge in terms of spectral coexistence. As a result, these devices are now expected to make an efficient and dynamic use of the spectrum, and to provide processed information instead of simp...
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In recent years, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have experienced a significant growth as a fundamental part of the Internet of Things (IoT). WSNs nodes constitute part of the end-devices present in the IoT, and in many cases location data of these devices is expected by IoT applications. For this reason, many localization algorithms for WSNs have...
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The emergence and spread of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies along with the edge computing paradigm has led to an increase in the computational load on sensor end-devices. These devices are now expected to provide high-level information instead of just raw sensor measurements. Therefore, the processing tasks must share the processor time with...
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The explosion of the Internet of Things has dramatically increased the data load on networks that cannot indefinitely increment their capacity to support these new services. Edge computing is a viable approach to fuse and process data on sensor platforms so that information can be created locally. However, the integration of complex heterogeneous s...
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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are a growing research area as a large of number portable devices are being developed. This fact makes operating systems (OS) useful to homogenize the development of these devices, to reduce design times, and to provide tools for developing complex applications. This work presents an operating system scheduler for re...

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