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Novel Broadcast/Multicast Protocols for Dynamic Sensor Networks

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Novel Broadcast/Multicast Protocols for Dynamic Sensor Networks
: In this paper, we have proposed a time efficient, energy saving and robust broadcast/multicast protocol for reconfigurable cluster-based sensor network. In our broadcast protocol, a broadcast can be executed in rounds and each node needs to be awake in rounds, where and d are the degrees of G and the sub-network induced by the network backbone, respectively, and h is the height of the backbone. When k channels are available, the broadcast can be executed in rounds and each. We show that our broadcast protocol can be readily modified to the one for multicast. The cluster-based architecture used in this paper for a sensor network is an improved version in [19]. The proposed network architecture is self-constructible and self-reconfigurable by using two topological management operations: node-move-in and node-move-out. Details of the protocol along with experimental results are discussed. Simulation results show that the protocol performance is much better than that in the theoretical a...
Wei Chen, Islam A. K. M. Muzahidul, Mohan Malkani,
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Year 2007
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Authors Wei Chen, Islam A. K. M. Muzahidul, Mohan Malkani, Amir Shirkhodaie, Koichi Wada, Mohamed Zein-Sabatto
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