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Autonomous Deployment of Self-Organizing Mobile Sensors for a Complete Coverage [chapter]

Novella Bartolini, Tiziana Calamoneri, Emanuele Guido Fusco, Annalisa Massini, Simone Silvestri
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we propose an algorithm for the autonomous deployment of mobile sensors over critical target areas where sensors cannot be deployed manually.  ...  We prove that our approach guarantees a complete coverage, provided that a sufficient number of sensors are available.  ...  Due to the limited power availability at each sensor, energy consumption is a primary issue in the design of any self-deployment scheme for mobile sensors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92157-8_17 fatcat:2u64syqokfgxbg2b2qbxa6e3rm

Chapter 7: Deployment and Redeployment of Wireless Sensor Networks: a Swarm Robotics Perspective [chapter]

Andreagiovanni Reina, Vito Trianni
2014 Wireless Sensor and Robot Networks  
The introduction of node mobility provides a wealth of potential solutions to the deployment problem, which can lead to higher robustness, flexibility and adaptivity.  ...  Therefore, behavioral strategies developed for collections of autonomous robots may be exploited in the mobile WSN domain.  ...  Autonomous deployment of heterogeneous mobile sensors, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing 10, 6, pp. 753-766.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814551342_0007 fatcat:lrwbprx3vjddpnor6fugkca73i

3D Self-Deployment Algorithm in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

Chunyu Miao, Guoyong Dai, Xiaomin Zhao, Zhongze Tang, Qingzhang Chen
2015 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
Aimed at the problem of sensor deployment in three-dimensional spaces, the 3D self-deployment (3DSD) algorithm in mobile sensor networks is proposed.  ...  The sensor deployment problem of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is a key issue in the researches and the applications of WSNs. Fewer works focus on the 3D autonomous deployment.  ...  Conflict of Interests The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/721921 fatcat:l4yhw4o7fnexxatzxsrro7axtq

An Energy Efficient Self-healing Mechanism for Long Life Wireless Sensor Networks [article]

Dame Diongue, Ousmane Thiare
2014 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we provide an energy efficient self- healing mechanism for Wireless Sensor Networks. The proposed solution is based on our probabilistic sentinel scheme.  ...  The first algorithm uses node adaptation technique and permits to distributively schedule nodes activities and select a minimum subset of active nodes (sentry) to monitor the interest region.  ...  Problem Description A sensor network should be autonomous for topology healing for two key reasons: • The area of interest is often harshly or simply inaccessible. • The lifetime of a node strongly depends  ... 
arXiv:1410.0228v1 fatcat:vyljehs6lve5xoak3nc6vq4b5a

A special issue of Ad Hoc Networks on "Theory, algorithms and applications of wireless networked robotics"

Enrico Natalizio, Gianni Di Caro, Ahmet Sekercioglu, Evsen Yanmaz
2013 Ad hoc networks  
Editorial A special issue of Ad Hoc Networks on "Theory, algorithms and applications of wireless networked robotics" Communications, control, mobility, and cooperation are 1570-8705/$ -see front matter  ...  He leads a number of research projects on distributed algorithms for self-organization in mobile visual sensor and ad hoc networks, and networked robotics. Dr.  ...  design and development of self-organizing wireless networks with a focus on the impact of mobility and topology changes on the network performance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2013.08.002 fatcat:us475d54cjc3pbekxrlmrgghpa

Push & Pull: autonomous deployment of mobile sensors for a complete coverage [article]

N. Bartolini, T. Calamoneri, E. G. Fusco, A. Massini, S. Silvestri
2009 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we propose a distributed algorithm for the autonomous deployment of mobile sensors called Push&Pull.  ...  Mobile devices permit a dynamic deployment reconfiguration that improves the coverage in terms of completeness and uniformity.  ...  Conclusions and future work We proposed an original algorithm for mobile sensor self deployment named Push & Pull.  ... 
arXiv:0804.2191v4 fatcat:6ehgkeb7dza3noi7wkshnwwgpe

Three dimensional mobile wireless sensor networks redeployment based on virtual forces

Nadia Boufares, Ines Khoufi, Pascale Minet, Leila Saidane, Yosra Ben Saied
2015 2015 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC)  
Our contribution is the design of 3D-DVFA, a distributed deployment algorithm based on virtual forces in three dimensional wireless sensor networks where sensor nodes are assumed to be mobile and autonomous  ...  Such applications require full three-dimensional coverage. Undoubtedly, an initial random deployment does not achieve neither full coverage of the 3D area of interest, nor network connectivity.  ...  Thus, a self deployment is needed to organize autonomous sensor nodes, whereas an assisted deployment (by humans or mobile robots) is needed to place static nodes in their appropriate positions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwcmc.2015.7289145 dblp:conf/iwcmc/BoufaresKMSS15 fatcat:uojuq5clrred5bbl3s2awfuggi

ESA: An Efficient Self-deployment Algorithm for Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks

Abdelkader Khelil, Rachid Beghdad
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
Where mobile sensors can move and self-organize in the best positions. The suggested protocol runs at periods of equal time.  ...  In this paper, we suggest a distributed and localized protocol, called Efficient Self-deployment Algorithm (ESA) to improve the coverage and to maintain the connectivity in mobile WSN.  ...  This type of problem is called self-deployment problem 2 . In this paper, we suggest a localized and distributed protocol for the self-deployment in mobile WSN.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.09.009 fatcat:pepzxvppgjbnpip5srtwv2y3ga

Grid Based Wireless Mobile Sensor Network Deployment with Obstacle Adaptability

Mayur C Akewar
2012 International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks  
Again the obstacles over the target field should be managed during deployment. A self deployment scheme using mobile sensors is proposed which achieve K connectivity.  ...  Mobile Sensors find their target position and placed themselves over the target field to achieve a certain goal in self deployment with certain additional functionality like sensor relocation.  ...  Self deployment uses mobile sensors for placement of sensor node.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwmn.2012.4502 fatcat:2rycwhcz2vhh5g7diksxez2aqq

Push & Pull: autonomous deployment of mobile sensors for a complete coverage

Novella Bartolini, Tiziana Calamoneri, Emanuele Guido Fusco, Annalisa Massini, Simone Silvestri
2009 Wireless networks  
In this paper we propose a distributed algorithm for the autonomous deployment of mobile sensors called Push & Pull.  ...  Mobile devices permit a dynamic deployment reconfiguration that improves the coverage in terms of completeness and uniformity.  ...  Conclusions and future work We proposed an original algorithm for mobile sensor self deployment named Push & Pull.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11276-008-0157-7 fatcat:qco26fla4fgu5mw5juikhaclom

Underwater Self Deployment of Wireless Sensors for Maximum Coverage and Connectivity using K-Means Clustering

Gurjaspreet Kaur, Surinder Singh, Ramanpreet Kaur, Gaurav Garg
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
Due to the advantages of self deployment where no pre calculations and no human interventions are needed, we proposed a distributed move restricted self deployment underwater wireless sensor network.  ...  By virtue of abundant research being executed in terrestrial wireless sensor networks, we get enlightened about the different advantages of using wireless sensors and implemented these wireless sensors  ...  For instance, a node is by and large conveyed in 3D space in the former and thus faces new challenges in terms of mobility, connectivity and coverage.  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i2.11.10997 fatcat:egppcjudbzdejae64xjl6amkue

Mobility Assisted Sensor Node Self-Deployment for Maximizing the Coverage of Wireless Sensor Networks using A Genetic Algorithm

VV Juli, J Raja
2013 The Journal of Engineering Research  
This mobile sensor capability could be used to enhance the coverage of the sensor network.  ...  In this paper, a genetic algorithm- (GA) based sensor deployment scheme is proposed to maximize network coverage, and the performance was studied with the random deployment using a Matlab simulation.  ...  Of course, the method for initial deployment should reduce the installation cost, eliminate the need for pre-organization and pre-planning, enhance the flexibility of arrangement, and promote self-organization  ... 
doi:10.24200/tjer.vol10iss2pp33-45 fatcat:tppuyvs3krhsnoub6glfbvjp6m

Distributed Optimal Deployment on A Circle for Cooperative Encirclement of Autonomous Mobile Multi-Agents

Pengpeng Yan, Yonghua Fan, Ruifan Liu, Mingang Wang
2020 IEEE Access  
A distributed encirclement points deployment scheme for a group of autonomous mobile agents is addressed in this paper.  ...  INDEX TERMS Cooperative encirclement, optimal deployment, autonomous mobile multi-agents, distributed control, uniform coverage control.  ...  Then, the proposed distributed control protocols (9) are used for realizing the uniform self-deployment of the autonomous mobile agents.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2982581 fatcat:hwnjjlosxfedve24efxfcbetyu

A Survey on Deployment Algorithms in Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks

Guangjie Han, Chenyu Zhang, Lei Shu, Ning Sun, Qingwu Li
2013 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
In this paper, the deployment algorithms are classified into three categories based on the mobility of sensor nodes, namely, (I) static deployment, (II) self-adjustment deployment, and (III) movement-assisted  ...  Node deployment for UASNs is an attractive research topic upon which a large number of algorithms have been proposed recently.  ...  CJ20120028, the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Education Ministry, the Applied Basic Research Program of Nantong Science and Technology Bureau, no.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/314049 fatcat:2da6hinz4fde7jgleqnvrrc4ga

Immunized Token-Based Approach for Autonomous Deployment of Multiple Mobile Robots in Burnt Area

Sulemana Nantogma, Weizhi Ran, Pengfei Liu, Zhang Yu, Yang Xu
2021 Remote Sensing  
In these cases, multiple autonomous mobile robots (AMR) or autonomous unmanned ground vehicles carrying wireless devices and/or thermal sensors can be deployed to create an end-to-end communication and  ...  In this paper, we present an efficient decentralized approach for practical mobile agents deployment in unknown, burnt or disaster hit areas.  ...  Several approaches have been proposed in the literature to tackle the mobile robots/sensor deployment for operations support and optimal area coverage and mapping using a team of mobile agents.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13204135 fatcat:mjfrojk2kzer3iz3ltxid5pezi
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