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RTSS
2005
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
Gradient-Ascending Routing via Footprints in Wireless Sensor Networks
A novel gradient-ascending stateless routing protocol, called GRASP (GRadient Ascending Stateless Protocol), is proposed for stationary wireless sensor networks. GRASP is built wi...
Jai-Jin Lim, Kang G. Shin
IFIP
2003
Springer
12 years 5 months ago
Solar-Aware Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
In wireless sensor networks energy is a valuable but not necessary scarce resource. While it is often assumed that nodes in sensor networks are powered by batteries, other energy s...
Thiemo Voigt, Hartmut Ritter, Jochen H. Schiller
TON
2012
10 years 2 months ago
Some Fundamental Results on Base Station Movement Problem for Wireless Sensor Networks
—The benefits of using mobile base station to prolong sensor network lifetime have been well recognized. However, due to the complexity of the problem (time-dependent network to...
Yi Shi, Y. Thomas Hou
CORR
2007
Springer
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11 years 12 months ago
Lifetime Improvement in Wireless Sensor Networks via Collaborative Beamforming and Cooperative Transmission
: Collaborative beamforming (CB) and cooperative transmission (CT) have recently emerged as communication techniques that can make effective use of collaborative/cooperative nodes ...
Zhu Han, H. Vincent Poor
ICWN
2007
12 years 1 months ago
Utility-Based Divisible Sensing Task Scheduling in Wireless Sensor Networks
This paper presents a tractable optimization strategies of sensing workload scheduling in wireless sensor networks using Divisible Load Theory (DLT). Because of the limited batter...
Xiaolin Li, Xinxin Liu, Peng Guan, Hui Kang
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