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CSE
2009
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
Completely Distributed Low Duty Cycle Communication for Long-Living Sensor Networks
A lifetime of several years for wireless sensor nodes can be achieved if their activity period is minimized. This can be done by using low duty cycle protocols. One of the challeng...
Marcin Brzozowski, Hendrik Salomon, Peter Langendo...
ETFA
2008
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
CoReDac: Collision-free command-response data collection
Most of the existing sensor network deployments are convergecast data collection applications that transmit data from multiple sources to a sink. In this paper, we present CoReDac...
Thiemo Voigt, Fredrik Österlind
INFOCOM
2011
IEEE
8 years 11 months ago
Multiple task scheduling for low-duty-cycled wireless sensor networks
—For energy conservation, a wireless sensor network is usually designed to work in a low-duty-cycle mode, in which a sensor node keeps active for a small percentage of time durin...
Shuguang Xiong, Jianzhong Li, Mo Li, Jiliang Wang,...
SUTC
2010
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
Resource-Aware Scheduling of Distributed Ontological Reasoning Tasks in Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract—As the number of wireless sensor network applications continues to grow, the need for specialized task scheduling mechanisms, aware of the sensor devices’ capabilities...
Tim De Pauw, Stijn Verstichel, Bruno Volckaert, Fi...
ICWN
2007
9 years 9 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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