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Constructing low-connectivity and full-coverage three dimensional sensor networks

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Constructing low-connectivity and full-coverage three dimensional sensor networks
Abstract—Low-connectivity and full-coverage three dimensional Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have many real-world applications. By low connectivity, we mean there are at least k disjoint paths between any two sensor nodes in a WSN, where k ≤ 4. In this paper, we design a set of patterns to achieve 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-connectivity and full-coverage, and prove their optimality under any value of the ratio of communication range rc over sensing range rs, among regular lattice deployment patterns. We further investigate the evolutions among all the proposed lowconnectivity patterns. Finally, we study the proposed patterns under several practical settings.
Chuanlin Zhang, Xiaole Bai, Jin Teng, Dong Xuan, W
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JSAC
Authors Chuanlin Zhang, Xiaole Bai, Jin Teng, Dong Xuan, Weijia Jia
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