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Collaborative Wakeup in Clustered Ad Hoc Networks

Shan-Hung Wu, Chung-Min Chen, Ming-Syan Chen
2011 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Clustering in wireless ad hoc networks has shown to be a promising technique to ensure the scalability and efficiency of various communication protocols.  ...  Stations in a cluster can adjust their awake/sleep ratio collaboratively to strike the balance between energy efficiency and delay under various cluster conditions.  ...  Clustering in Ad Hoc Networks In a typical clustering scheme [3] , [4] , [7] , [9] , the nodes in a wireless ad hoc network are divided into clusters, as shown in Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2011.110908 fatcat:cewhxt7ddrbfxn5zwfnfzv3xme

Energy conservation in wireless sensor networks: A survey

Giuseppe Anastasi, Marco Conti, Mario Di Francesco, Andrea Passarella
2009 Ad hoc networks  
As sensor nodes perform a cooperative task, they need to coordinate their sleep/wakeup times. A sleep/wakeup scheduling algorithm thus accompanies any duty cycling scheme.  ...  In this way nodes alternate between active and sleep periods depending on network activity.  ...  Asynchronous wakeup was first introduced in [130] with reference to IEEE 802.11 ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2008.06.003 fatcat:u7726dq4bza55b3pcljkgck7su

A survey on power control issues in wireless sensor networks

Nikolaos Pantazis, Dimitrios Vergados
2007 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
An Energy-Efficient Coordination Algorithm for Topology Maintenance in Ad-Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks (SPAN) -SPAN [29] is a power-saving technique for multihop ad-hoc wireless networks.  ...  A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is actually composed of a large number of very small in size, low-cost, low-power, multifunctional sensor nodes that are densely deployed either inside the phenomenon or  ...  in static ad-hoc wireless networks" [58] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2007.4444752 fatcat:g5avnp555bh2rcloyualw7gr4y

Apply geometric duality to energy-efficient non-local phenomenon awareness using sensor networks

Jie Liu, Feng Zhao, P. Cheung, L. Guibas
2004 IEEE wireless communications  
A wireless network of sensors can cover a large geographical region, and hence can be used to detect and track non-local phenomena which cannot be captured by any individual sensor.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work is supported in part by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) under contract number F30602-00-C-0139 through the Sensor Information Technology Program.  ...  Each grid square (whose shape may not be exactly square) has one cluster head (shown as a star) and a set of motes (shown as circles) deployed in an ad hoc fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2004.1368898 fatcat:tvr4fqvtf5d7xbamkx3iuqw6pi

Survey on wakeup scheduling for environmentally-powered wireless sensor networks

Alvin C. Valera, Wee-Seng Soh, Hwee-Pink Tan
2014 Computer Communications  
Advances in energy harvesting technologies and ultra low-power computing and communication devices are enabling the realization of environmentally-powered wireless sensor networks (EPWSNs).  ...  Duty cycling entails nodes to sleep and wakeup according to a wakeup scheduling scheme. In this paper, we survey the various wakeup scheduling schemes, with focus on their suitability for EPWSNs.  ...  Introduction An environmentally-powered wireless sensor network (EPWSN) is an ad hoc network consisting of sensor nodes powered by energy harvested from the environment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2014.05.004 fatcat:s37s77lemfgzlezr6p67muuqjq

A dual-space approach to tracking and sensor management in wireless sensor networks

Jie Liu, Patrick Cheung, Feng Zhao, Leonidas Guibas
2002 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Wireless sensor networks and applications - WSNA '02  
1 Wireless ad hoc sensor networks have the advantage of spanning a large geographical region and being able to collaboratively detect and track non-local spatio-temporal events.  ...  This paper presents a dual-space approach to event tracking and sensor resource management in sensor networks.  ...  One of the key technologies to enable widespread use of ad hoc sensor networks in commercial and military applications is collaborative signal and information processing (CSIP) [7] , [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/570753.570757 fatcat:ndcvwbg5sbghjeclhg4yze2r5m

A dual-space approach to tracking and sensor management in wireless sensor networks

Jie Liu, Patrick Cheung, Feng Zhao, Leonidas Guibas
2002 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Wireless sensor networks and applications - WSNA '02  
1 Wireless ad hoc sensor networks have the advantage of spanning a large geographical region and being able to collaboratively detect and track non-local spatio-temporal events.  ...  This paper presents a dual-space approach to event tracking and sensor resource management in sensor networks.  ...  One of the key technologies to enable widespread use of ad hoc sensor networks in commercial and military applications is collaborative signal and information processing (CSIP) [7] , [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/570738.570757 dblp:conf/mobicom/LiuCZG02 fatcat:mzburqlgjrc43pjqjmvt2uiq4i

Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems Based Clustering Approach For Wireless Sensor Networks

Vishalatchi Selvara
2017 International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science  
The communication paradigm of wireless sensor networks has its root in wireless ad hoc networks, where network nodes self-organize in an ad hoc fashion, usually on a temporary basis.  ...  In a wireless ad hoc network, a group of wireless nodes spontaneously form a network without any fixed and centralized infrastructure.  ...  Figure 1.1: The communication paradigm Ad Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks have the capacity to revolutionize the contemporary technical arena.  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijecs/v6i11.11 fatcat:riiqhxe4hjabdfepk3kqmg45ay

Power saving MAC protocols in wireless sensor networks: a survey

Rafael Souza Cotrim, João Manuel Leitão Pires Caldeira, Vasco N. G. J. Soares, Youcef Azzoug
2021 TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control)  
This paper surveys the most recent schemes designed to reduce the communications module energy consumption with a focus on novel MAC protocols for ad-hoc wireless sensor networks.  ...  In a wireless sensor network, energy is almost always the greatest limitation.  ...  This is challenging to implement in ad-hoc networks since they require regular synchronization to prevent schedules from drifting and it introduces additional latency [16] , but it provides great improvements  ... 
doi:10.12928/telkomnika.v19i6.19148 fatcat:q3q4qphcg5egdnxr2td2hltdom

Query-enabled sensor networks using the cyclic symmetric wakeup design

Y. F. Wong, L. H. Ngoh, W. C. Wong
2010 Wireless networks  
We propose a network architecture based on the cyclic symmetric block design class of wakeup schemes.  ...  The problem of conserving energy under multiple constraints of query waiting delays and sensing coverage preservation in query-based wireless sensor networks is addressed.  ...  1, 1) design was first proposed Jayanthi and Biswas [13] to handle node mobility in mobile ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11276-010-0259-x fatcat:ktimuvlj2vhj5irropsocz64aa

Modern Clustering Techniques in Wireless Sensor Networks [chapter]

I.S. Akila, S.V. Manisekaran, R. Venkatesan
2017 Wireless Sensor Networks - Insights and Innovations  
By nature, WSNs inherit features and requirements of an ad hoc network. WSN belongs to the class of low range wireless personal area network (LPWPAN).  ...  Clustering of nodes plays an important role in conserving energy of WSNs. Clustering approaches focus on resolving the conflicts arising in effective data transmission.  ...  A wireless sensor network is made up of sensor nodes connected through an ad hoc and self-configuring connectivity.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.70382 fatcat:ov5ytoc7efgtvk2xdckjszu7fm

Energy-Efficient Communication Methods in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Critical Review

Vibhav KumarSachan, Syed Akhtar Imam, M. T. Beg
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In this paper we first describe the energy consumption for components of a typical sensor node, and discuss the main directions to energy saving methods in wireless sensor networks.  ...  Then we present a methodical and comprehensive taxonomy of the energy optimization methods in wireless sensor networks.  ...  Sensors node may be deployed in an ad hoc manner into field. In ad hoc deployment, sensor may be randomly placed into field.  ... 
doi:10.5120/4915-7484 fatcat:ctc3kq52nnd7vgmufphzjj6wey

Wireless Sensor Network Protocols [chapter]

Mark Perillo, Wendi Heinzelman
2005 Handbook of Algorithms for Wireless Networking and Mobile Computing  
Given the numerous current and envisioned applications for sensor networks, it is likely that research on ways to make these networks better will continue for years to come.  ...  Given that sensor networks suffer from the "hot spot" problem due to the many-to-one traffic patterns, if it is possible to place the sensors at particular locations (or at least certain areas), how should  ...  However, several unique features exist in wireless sensor networks that do not exist in general ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420035094.sec8 fatcat:i4wgiel5qfbihmxnl5jw4wluay

Distributed Signal Processing Techniques for Wireless Sensor Networks

Erchin Serpedin, Hongbin Li, Aleksandar Dogandžić, Huaiyu Dai, Paul Cotae
2008 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
Such intelligent devices networked through wireless links have been referred to as wireless sensor networks and recognized as one of the most important technologies for the 21st century.  ...  Recent advances in micro-electromechanical systems (MEMSs) technology have enabled the design of lowpower lowcost smart sensors equipped with multiple onboard functions such as sensing, computing, and  ...  of power-saving sleep/wakeup modes, scalability in the presence of a large number of sensors, possibility of frequent node failures and network topology changes, collaborative signal processing and data  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/540176 fatcat:yimb2susgjbdxe4rvkkg5fbk54

Mobile object tracking in wireless sensor networks

Hua-Wen Tsai, Chih-Ping Chu, Tzung-Shi Chen
2007 Computer Communications  
Wireless sensor network is an emerging technology that enables remote monitoring objects and environment. This paper proposes a protocol to track a mobile object in a sensor network dynamically.  ...  Wireless sensor networks can assist user to detect target as well as keep the movement information of the target.  ...  This process is similar to the route discovery process in ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2007.02.018 fatcat:fskkp7jhsbd57gbrjymwpxfmsm
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