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JNW
2007
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The Effect of Physical Topology on Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime
— Wireless sensor networks must measure environmental conditions, such as temperature, over extended periods and therefore require a long system lifetime. The design of long life...
Debdhanit Yupho, Joseph Kabara
ICC
2007
IEEE
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11 years 6 months ago
Network Lifetime Optimization by Duality Approach for Multi-Source and Single-Sink Topology in Wireless Sensor Networks
—The multi-source and single-sink (MSSS) topology, in wireless sensor networks, is defined as the network topology, where all of nodes can gather, receive and transmit data to t...
Hui Wang, Yuhang Yang, Maode Ma, Xiaomin Wang
TON
2008
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Optimizing lifetime for continuous data aggregation with precision guarantees in wireless sensor networks
This paper exploits the tradeoff between data quality and energy consumption to extend the lifetime of wireless sensor networks. To obtain an aggregate form of sensor data with pre...
Xueyan Tang, Jianliang Xu
AHSWN
2007
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11 years 3 days ago
On the Lifetime of Large Wireless Sensor Networks with Multiple Battery Levels
Large wireless sensor networks promise to revolutionize the way we sense and control the physical world. In large networks the nodes within the range of the base station forward d...
Mihail L. Sichitiu, Rudra Dutta
JUCS
2010
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Cross Layer Optimization for Data Gathering in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks within Expected Network Lifetime
: The use of multimedia sensor nodes can significantly enhance the capability of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) for event description. In a number of scenarios, e.g., an erupting ...
Lei Shu, Manfred Hauswirth, Yan Zhang, Jianhua Ma,...
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