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Reliable Hierarchical Data Storage in Sensor Networks

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Reliable Hierarchical Data Storage in Sensor Networks
The ability to provide reliable in-network storage while balancing the energy consumption of individual sensors is a primary concern when deploying a sensor network. The main concern with data-centric storage in sensor networks is the ability to provide reliable and load balanced storage. Energy and wireless range constraints make centralized approaches for storage impractical, and in-network data-centric solutions can be used to reduce the number of messages sent over the network. However, these solutions quickly become expensive when combined with faulttolerance, load balancing and routing. In this paper, we present a novel data-centric storage and query routing mechanism for sensor networks. The routing mechanism is constructed upon the neighborhood information of individual sensors and is completely independent of geographical information. Our data resilient algorithm is capable of recovering from multiple simultaneous failures in the network while adaptively adjusting the load di...
Song Lin, Benjamin Arai, Dimitrios Gunopulos
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where SSDBM
Authors Song Lin, Benjamin Arai, Dimitrios Gunopulos
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