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An Adaptive Scheduling Protocol for Multi-scale Sensor Network Architecture

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An Adaptive Scheduling Protocol for Multi-scale Sensor Network Architecture
In self-organizing networks of battery-powered wireless sensors that can sense, process, and communicate, energy is the most crucial and scarce resource. However, since sensor network applications generally exhibit specific limited behaviors, there is both a need and an opportunity for adapting the network architecture to match the application in order to optimize resource utilization. Many applications–such as large-scale collaborative sensing, distributed signal processing, and distributed data assimilation–require sensor data to be available at multiple resolutions, or allow fidelity to be traded-off for energy efficiency. We believe that cross-layering and application-specific adaptability are the primary design principles needed to build sensor networking protocols. In previous work, we proposed an adaptive cross-layered self-organizing hierarchical data service under COMPASS architecture, that enables multi-scale collaboration and communication. In this paper we propose a...
Santashil PalChaudhuri, David B. Johnson
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where DCOSS
Authors Santashil PalChaudhuri, David B. Johnson
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