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ITCC
2005
IEEE
10 years 22 days ago
Energy Balanced Broadcasting Through Delayed Intelligence
— Ad hoc wireless networks are growing in popularity and usefulness, however they rely on broadcasting as a fundamental process for routing. Improvements to broadcasting have mad...
Michael R. Gosnell, Ryan Albarelli, Maggie Xiaoyan...
PACS
2004
Springer
115views Hardware» more  PACS 2004»
10 years 15 days ago
Reducing Delay and Power Consumption of the Wakeup Logic Through Instruction Packing and Tag Memoization
Dynamic instruction scheduling logic is one of the most critical components of modern superscalar microprocessors, both from the delay and power dissipation standpoints. The delay ...
Joseph J. Sharkey, Dmitry Ponomarev, Kanad Ghose, ...
ISPAN
2005
IEEE
10 years 22 days ago
QoS-Energy aware Broadcast for Sensor Networks
We present QoS Geometric Broadcast Protocol (QoSGBP), a novel broadcasting protocol for heterogeneous wireless ad hoc and sensor networks. While broadcasting is a very energy-expe...
Arjan Durresi, Vamsi Paruchuri, Leonard Barolli
AICCSA
2005
IEEE
164views Hardware» more  AICCSA 2005»
10 years 23 days ago
Efficient aggregation of delay-constrained data in wireless sensor networks
Recent years have witnessed a growing interest in the application of wireless sensor networks in unattended environments. Nodes in such applications are equipped with limited ener...
Kemal Akkaya, Mohamed F. Younis, Moustafa Youssef
HPCC
2005
Springer
10 years 20 days ago
An Energy-Efficient Uni-scheduling Based on S-MAC in Wireless Sensor Network
S-MAC is a MAC (Medium Access Control) protocol as specialized for the wireless sensor network in order to sacrifice transmission delay and extend the working life of the whole sen...
Tae-Seok Lee, Yuan Yang, Ki-Jeong Shin, Myong-Soon...
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