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Near-Optimal Data Dissemination Policies for Multi-Channel, Single Radio Wireless Sensor Networks

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Near-Optimal Data Dissemination Policies for Multi-Channel, Single Radio Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract—We analyze the performance limits of data dissemination with multi-channel, single radio sensors. We formulate the problem of minimizing the average delay of data dissemination as a stochastic shortest path problem and show that, for an arbitrary topology network, an optimal control policy can be found in a finite number of steps, using value iteration or Dijsktra’s algorithm. However, the computational complexity of this solution is generally prohibitive. We thus focus on two special classes of network topologies of practical interest, namely single-hop clusters and multi-hop cluster trees. For these topologies, we derive the structure of policies that achieve an average delay within a factor 1+ of the optimal average delay, in networks with large number of nodes. Through simulation, we show that these policies perform close to optimal even for networks with small and moderate numbers of nodes. Our analysis and simulations reveal that multichannel data dissemination poli...
David Starobinski, Weiyao Xiao, Xiangping Qin, Ari
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where INFOCOM
Authors David Starobinski, Weiyao Xiao, Xiangping Qin, Ari Trachtenberg
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