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IJSNET
2008
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Energy-efficient connected-coverage in wireless sensor networks
Abstract: This paper addresses the target coverage problem in wireless sensor networks. Communication and sensing consume energy, therefore efficient power management can extend ne...
Ionut Cardei, Mihaela Cardei
IJSNET
2007
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Implementation and performance evaluation of nanoMAC: a low-power MAC solution for high density wireless sensor networks
: This paper describes the implementation architecture and performance analysis of nanoMAC, a CSMA/CA based medium access control protocol, which is specifically designed for high...
Junaid Ansari, Janne Riihijärvi, Petri Mä...
IJSNET
2006
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On the hop count statistics for randomly deployed wireless sensor networks
: In this paper we focus on exploiting the information provided by a generally accepted and largely ignored hypothesis (the random deployment of the nodes of an ad hoc or wireless ...
Stefan Dulman, Michele Rossi, Paul J. M. Havinga, ...
IJSNET
2006
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Efficient anonymity schemes for clustered wireless sensor networks
: In this paper, we propose two simple and efficient schemes for establishing anonymity in Clustered Wireless Sensor Networks (CWSNs). The first scheme Simple Anonymity Scheme (SAS...
Satyajayant Misra, Guoliang Xue
IJSNET
2006
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Medium access control with mobility-adaptive mechanisms for wireless sensor networks
: Mobility in wireless sensor networks poses unique challenges to the medium access control (MAC) protocol design. Previous MAC protocols for sensor networks assume static sensor n...
Muneeb Ali, Zartash Afzal Uzmi
IJSNET
2006
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Ordinal MDS-based localisation for wireless sensor networks
: There are various applications in wireless sensor networks which require knowing the relative or actual position of the sensor nodes. Over the past few years, there have been dif...
Vijayanth Vivekanandan, Vincent W. S. Wong
IJSNET
2006
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Optimal sleep scheduling with transmission range assignment in application-specific wireless sensor networks
: To extend the functional lifetime of battery-operated Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), stringent sleep scheduling strategies with communication duty cycles running at sub-1% rang...
Rick W. Ha, Pin-Han Ho, Xuemin Shen
IJSNET
2006
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Emergency guiding and monitoring applications in indoor 3D environments by wireless sensor networks
Recently, wireless sensor networks have been widely discussed in many applications. In this paper, we propose a novel 3D emergency service that aims to guide people to safe places...
Meng-Shiuan Pan, Chia-Hung Tsai, Yu-Chee Tseng
IJSNET
2006
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RL-MAC: a reinforcement learning based MAC protocol for wireless sensor networks
:This paper introduces RL-MAC, a novel adaptive MediaAccess Control (MAC) protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) that employs a reinforcement learning framework. Existing sche...
Zhenzhen Liu, Itamar Elhanany
IJSNET
2006
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TTS: a two-tiered scheduling mechanism for energy conservation in wireless sensor networks
: In this paper, we present a two-tiered scheduling approach for effective energy conservation in wireless sensor networks. The effectiveness of this mechanism relies on dynamicall...
Nurcan Tezcan, Wenye Wang
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