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A Distributed Wakening Based Target Tracking Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

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A Distributed Wakening Based Target Tracking Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
We propose a two layer protocol for tracking fast targets in sensor networks. At the lower layer, the Distributed Spanning Tree Algorithm (DSTA) [12] partitions the network into clusters with controllable diameter and constructs a spanning tree backbone of clusterheads rooted at the sink. At the upper layer, we propose a target tracking algorithm which wakes clusters of nodes by using the estimated trajectory beforehand, which is different from existing studies [3] in which target can be detected only when the nodes close to the target are awake. We provide the simulation results and show the effect of fore-waking operation by comparing error and miss ratios of existing studies with our proposed target tracking algorithm.
Aysegul Alaybeyoglu, Orhan Dagdeviren, Aylin Kanta
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ISPDC
Authors Aysegul Alaybeyoglu, Orhan Dagdeviren, Aylin Kantarci, Kayhan Erciyes
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