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ActionWebs
Hamsa Balakrishnan, David Culler, Edward A. Lee, Shankar Sastry, Claire Tomlin

Citation
Hamsa Balakrishnan, David Culler, Edward A. Lee, Shankar Sastry, Claire Tomlin. "ActionWebs". Talk or presentation, 23, July, 2010; Presented at the ActionWebs meeting, July 23, 2010, Berkeley, CA.

Abstract
The objective of this research is to develop a theory of "ActionWebs", that is, networked embedded sensor-rich systems, which are taskable for coordination of multiple decision-makers. The broader impact of the research is in two grand challenge national problems: energy efficient air transportation, and energy efficient, high productivity buildings, and will tackle social, privacy, economic, and usability issues. Integrated with the research is a program of coursework development in networked embedded systems, across stove pipes in EECS, Aero-Astro, Civil, and Mechanical Engineering departments. Outreach objectives include new course design at San Jose State University, and recruiting more women researchers.

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    Hamsa Balakrishnan, David Culler, Edward A. Lee, Shankar
    Sastry, Claire Tomlin. <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/672.html"
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    presentation,  23, July, 2010; Presented at the ActionWebs
    meeting, July 23, 2010, Berkeley, CA.
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    Hamsa Balakrishnan, David Culler, Edward A. Lee, Shankar
    Sastry, Claire Tomlin. "ActionWebs". Talk or
    presentation,  23, July, 2010; Presented at the ActionWebs
    meeting, July 23, 2010, Berkeley, CA.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{BalakrishnanCullerLeeSastryTomlin10_ActionWebs,
        author = {Hamsa Balakrishnan and David Culler and Edward A.
                  Lee and Shankar Sastry and Claire Tomlin},
        title = {ActionWebs},
        day = {23},
        month = {July},
        year = {2010},
        note = {Presented at the ActionWebs meeting, July 23,
                  2010, Berkeley, CA.},
        abstract = {The objective of this research is to develop a
                  theory of "ActionWebs", that is, networked
                  embedded sensor-rich systems, which are taskable
                  for coordination of multiple decision-makers. The
                  broader impact of the research is in two grand
                  challenge national problems: energy efficient air
                  transportation, and energy efficient, high
                  productivity buildings, and will tackle social,
                  privacy, economic, and usability issues.
                  Integrated with the research is a program of
                  coursework development in networked embedded
                  systems, across stove pipes in EECS, Aero-Astro,
                  Civil, and Mechanical Engineering departments.
                  Outreach objectives include new course design at
                  San Jose State University, and recruiting more
                  women researchers. },
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/672.html}
    }
    

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