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Network Lifetime Optimization by Duality Approach for Multi-Source and Single-Sink Topology in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Network Lifetime Optimization by Duality Approach for Multi-Source and Single-Sink Topology in Wireless Sensor Networks
—The multi-source and single-sink (MSSS) topology, in wireless sensor networks, is defined as the network topology, where all of nodes can gather, receive and transmit data to the sink. We consider the problem of finding the joint optimal scheme with consideration of physical, medium access control (MAC), and network layers to maximize the network lifetime (NL) for the MSSS topology in the energy-constrained wireless sensor networks (WSNs). The optimization problem, when the link access is an interference-free time division multiple access (TDMA) scheme, can be formulated as a mixed integer-convex programming and relaxed to the convex programming. According to the transcendental equations in programming model, we take two rather different approaches to maximize the NL in such network. First, based on the result of the SSSS network, we decompose the MSSS problem into the various SSSS issues. Another approach is to utilize the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) optimization conditions to analy...
Hui Wang, Yuhang Yang, Maode Ma, Xiaomin Wang
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Hui Wang, Yuhang Yang, Maode Ma, Xiaomin Wang
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