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2007
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Asynchronous Training in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Asynchronous Training in Wireless Sensor Networks
Scalable energy-efficient training protocols are proposed for massively-deployed sensor networks, where sensors are initially anonymous and unaware of their location. The protocols are based on an intuitive coordinate system imposed onto the deployment area which partitions the anonymous sensors into clusters. The protocols are asynchronous, in the sense that the sensors wake up for the first time at random, then alternate between sleep and awake periods both of fixed length, and no explicit synchronization is performed between them and the sink. Theoretical properties are stated under which the training of all the sensors is possible. Moreover, a worst-case analysis as well as an experimental evaluation of the performance is presented, showing that the protocols are lightweight and flexible.
Ferruccio Barsi, Alan A. Bertossi, Francesco Betti
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ALGOSENSORS
Authors Ferruccio Barsi, Alan A. Bertossi, Francesco Betti Sorbelli, Roberto Ciotti, Stephan Olariu, Maria Cristina Pinotti
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