His primary scientific interests are in Wireless sensor network, Intelligent agent, Mobile computing, Efficient energy use and Computer network. His work deals with themes such as Wireless, Energy consumption, Sensor node, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Embedded system, which intersect with Wireless sensor network. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Energy management, Ubiquitous computing, Human–computer interaction, Multimedia and Intelligent sensor.
His Mobile computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multi-agent system, World Wide Web, Mobile device and Mobile search. His Multi-agent system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Applications of artificial intelligence, Artificial intelligence, situated approach, Symbolic artificial intelligence and Artificial psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Grid energy storage, Electricity generation, Profiling, Cluster analysis and Heterogeneous network as well as Efficient energy use.
His primary areas of study are Wireless sensor network, Human–computer interaction, Intelligent agent, Artificial intelligence and Computer network. His research investigates the link between Wireless sensor network and topics such as Wireless that cross with problems in Embedded system. In his study, Robot is inextricably linked to Multimedia, which falls within the broad field of Human–computer interaction.
Gregory M. P. O'Hare interconnects Ambient intelligence, Multi-agent system, Mobile computing and Autonomous agent in the investigation of issues within Intelligent agent. Gregory M. P. O'Hare focuses mostly in the field of Multi-agent system, narrowing it down to topics relating to Factory and, in certain cases, Software engineering. While the research belongs to areas of Mobile computing, Gregory M. P. O'Hare spends his time largely on the problem of Mobile agent, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Software deployment.
Wireless sensor network, Data science, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Distributed computing and Big data are his primary areas of study. His Wireless sensor network study contributes to a more complete understanding of Computer network. Within one scientific family, Gregory M. P. O'Hare focuses on topics pertaining to Cluster analysis under Computer network, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Efficient energy use, Power consumption and Interface.
His study looks at the relationship between Data science and topics such as Data collection, which overlap with Data quality, Field research and Domain. His work deals with themes such as Policy-based routing, Dynamic Source Routing and Collaborative intelligence, which intersect with Distributed computing. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Real-time computing, Mobile computing, Ubiquitous computing, Segmentation, SIGNAL and Fault tolerance is strongly linked to Event.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Wireless sensor network, Computer network, Cluster analysis, Human–computer interaction and Enabling. His research in Wireless sensor network intersects with topics in Domain and Data collection. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Distributed computing.
His Cluster analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rough set, Fuzzy set, Approximation algorithm, Graphical model and Efficient energy use. His work carried out in the field of Efficient energy use brings together such families of science as Quality of service, Heterogeneous network, Intelligent decision support system, User experience design and Scheme. He combines subjects such as Data modeling, Microsoft Windows and Identification with his study of Human–computer interaction.
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Foundations of distributed artificial intelligence
G. M. P. O'Hare;N. R. Jennings.
Real-Time Recognition and Profiling of Appliances through a Single Electricity Sensor
A. G. Ruzzelli;C. Nicolas;A. Schoofs;G. M. P. O'Hare.
sensor mesh and ad hoc communications and networks (2010)
Radio Sleep Mode Optimization in Wireless Sensor Networks
Raja Jurdak;Antonio G Ruzzelli;Gregory M P O'Hare.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2010)
Presence equation: an investigation into cognitive factors underlying presence
Corina Sas;Gregory M. P. O'Hare.
Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments (2003)
A Survey of Clustering Techniques in WSNs and Consideration of the Challenges of Applying Such to 5G IoT Scenarios
Lina Xu;Rem Collier;Gregory M. P. O'Hare.
IEEE Internet of Things Journal (2017)
Evaluation of energy-efficiency in lighting systems using sensor networks
Declan T. Delaney;Gregory M. P. O'Hare;Antonio G. Ruzzelli.
acm workshop on embedded sensing systems for energy efficiency in buildings (2009)
Beyond prototyping in the factory of agents
Rem Collier;Gregory O'Hare;Terry Lowen;Colm Rooney.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2003)
A flexible building management framework based on wireless sensor and actuator networks
G. Fortino;A. Guerrieri;G. M. P. O'Hare;A. Ruzzelli.
Journal of Network and Computer Applications (2012)
Ad-me: wireless advertising adapted to the user location, device and emotions
N. Hristova;G.M.P. O'Hare.
hawaii international conference on system sciences (2004)
Modelling the smart farm
Michael J. O'Grady;Gregory M.P. O'Hare.
Information Processing in Agriculture (2017)
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