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A Non-Cooperative Game Theoretical Approach For Power Control In Virtual MIMO Wireless Sensor Network

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A Non-Cooperative Game Theoretical Approach For Power Control In Virtual MIMO Wireless Sensor Network
Power management is one of the vital issue in wireless sensor networks, where the lifetime of the network relies on battery powered nodes. Transmitting at high power reduces the lifetime of both the nodes and the network. One efficient way of power management is to control the power at which the nodes transmit. In this paper, a virtual multiple input multiple output wireless sensor network (VMIMO-WSN) communication architecture is considered and the power control of sensor nodes based on the approach of game theory is formulated. The use of game theory has proliferated, with a broad range of applications in wireless sensor networking. Approaches from game theory can be used to optimize node level as well as network wide performance. The game here is categorized as an incomplete information game, in which the nodes do not have complete information about the strategies taken by other nodes. For virtual multiple input multiple output wireless sensor network architecture considered, the N...
R. Valli, P. Dananjayan
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors R. Valli, P. Dananjayan
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