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Fault-Tolerant Mechanism for Wireless Sensor Network

Hitesh Mohapatra, Amiya Kumar Rath
2019 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
The study aims to understand the various types of faults occur in a wireless sensor network (WSN).  ...  The primary objective of the fault-tolerant technique is to enhance the robustness and self-healing capacity of sensor network.  ...  When these sensors get fail because of any reason it generates some level of impact on the overall performance and design of the system.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2019.0106 fatcat:253ifoaqvbeazmyrxwqnbf7f4y

Fuzzy inference system based 3D geographic routing in wireless sensor networks

Nagesha Shivappa, Sunilkumar S. Manvi
2019 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
The 3D geographic routing in mobile wireless sensor networks (MWSNs) is gaining importance because of its simplicity, effectiveness, scalability and low cost.  ...  The surrounding nodes reply with bandwidth availability which is computed using fuzzy inference system situated in the node.  ...  IET Wirel.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2018.5100 fatcat:f4milwbjkzdf5heqse6x4qozfy

Low Complexity Wireless Sensor System for Partial Discharge Localisation

Ephraim Iorkyase, Christos Tachtatzis, Pavlos Lazaridis, Ian Glover, Robert Atkinson
2019 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
This study describes a key element of any modern wireless sensor system: data processing.  ...  The authors describe a system consisting of a wireless sensor network and an algorithmic software for condition-based monitoring of electrical plant in a live substation.  ...  Introduction Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and their associated systems are now mature technologies.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2018.5075 fatcat:6tszazrot5ctzmp5ajl6rloqfm

Cooperative diversity routing and transmission for wireless sensor networks

Hamid Gharavi, Bin Hu
2013 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
In this study, the authors present a novel design framework aimed at developing 'cooperative diversity' in 802.11-based wireless sensor networks.  ...  To the best of our knowledge, there are very few designs [6, 11] that involve multiple layers for cooperative wireless sensor networks.  ...  for the wireless sensor network example ofFig. 2 Fig. 4 4 RTS/CTS handshakeFig. 5 CDSR protocol IET Wirel.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2012.0158 fatcat:3sjxyvf6qbentge5eoygosmz2i

Wireless sensor network-enabled intravenous infusion monitoring

Y. Zhang, S.F. Zhang, Y. Ji, G.X. Wu
2011 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
The proposed system is a wireless sensor system based on taking a fork-type light barrier as a sensor, a micro-control unit (MCU) as a ZigBee-based radio frequency device.  ...  In order to resolve this problem and provide a networkable solution the authors propose a novel radio frequency identification-based wireless sensor networkable intravenous infusion monitoring system.  ...  Fig. 6 RFID card reader Fig. 8 MVP design pattern in the system IET Wirel.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2011.0031 fatcat:gn5ywdazvzduxfnubbefkp6u3u

Optimised disjoint virtual backbone algorithms for wireless sensor networks

Simon T. Obenofunde, Olivier Togni, Wahabou Abdou
2021 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
The way nodes are arranged in a wireless network can significantly influence performance, especially information flow.  ...  | INTRODUCTION Nodes' deployment in a wireless sensor network (WSN) directly impacts performance especially information flow, packet delivery, and many other network performance issues.  ...  The system follows this same procedure to construct VBNs for subsequent rounds until the number of rounds initialised by the user is attained (considering the density can support the number of rounds).  ... 
doi:10.1049/wss2.12028 fatcat:t3zq3yhbczhrjfubkcyf7bsoti

Evolving attackers against wireless sensor networks using genetic programming

Kinga Mrugala, Nilufer Tuptuk, Stephen Hailes
2017 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
In the authors' system, the GPgenerated attackers targeted publish-subscribe communications within a wireless sensor networks that was protected by an artificial immune intrusion detection system (IDS)  ...  The increased connectivity and data sharing that give IoT systems their advantages also increase their vulnerability to attack.  ...  In this paper, we examine the problem of protecting wireless sensor networks (WSNs), a form of IoT system constrained not to have actuators, that use an artificial immune system (AIS) devised by Wallenta  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2016.0090 fatcat:qwzedwryrbcozgblupty6hs35i

Cattle health monitoring system using wireless sensor network: a survey from innovation perspective

Bhisham Sharma, Deepika Koundal
2018 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
This study documented various wireless sensor network (WSN)-based automatic health monitoring systems for monitoring various diseases of dairy cattle.  ...  All collected factors from the automated system will be stored in a database.  ...  Fig. 1 1 Zigbee-based animal health monitoring system Fig. 2 2 Areas to monitor dairy cattle IET Wirel. Sens.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2017.0060 fatcat:5gqt7eqt4jcvfiqn74kzuerj6m

Design and experimental implementation of monitoring system in wireless sensor networks

Fekher Khelifi, Abbas Bradai, Med Lassaad Kaddachi, Priyanka Rawat
2018 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
Moreover, the goal of our mechanism is to improve the supervision of areas and locate people effectively within wireless sensor networks.  ...  by wearable sensors.  ...  In this paper, we propose a network-based monitoring system of wireless sensors depending on an algorithm, which detects and localises the elderly.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2018.5030 fatcat:y2tb2sopfrbnhae2cghwxmwf2y

Design and optimization of printed spiral coils for wireless passive sensors

Babak Noroozi, Bashir I. Morshed
2021 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
We have previously proposed a wireless resistive analogue passive sensor technique that operates with the help of inductive coupling.  ...  A wireless connection between the passive sensor and the scanner eliminates the obtrusive wires, resolves battery-related issues, and makes it easy-to-use.  ...  With regard to fully passive sensors, radio frequency identifier (RFID) as another wireless technique is also utilized in the wearable system researches and applications [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1049/wss2.12019 fatcat:krqaj75hbvhulctkjszzmui6m4

Minimising number of sensors in wireless sensor networks for structure health monitoring systems

Farah AbdelMutaleb El-Qawasma, Tarek Mohamed Elfouly, Mohamed Hossam Ahmed
2019 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
Nowadays, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are considered an essential candidate to apply structural health monitoring (SHM). An important problem in this area is sensor placement optimization.  ...  Unfortunately, although minimizing the number of sensors is important, it has never been addressed.  ...  Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Overview Nowadays, many applications use wireless sensor networks (WSN), such as wireless body area networks (WBAN) [1] , surveillance systems [2] , and structural health  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2018.5031 fatcat:ya45jq7dhfdjjibtg6vralvhyq

Modeling and simulation frameworks for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Comparative Study

Richa Sharma, Vasudha Vashisht, Umang Singh
2020 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
In real-time scenarios, wireless sensor network (WSN) suffers from severe constraints such as restricted power supply, short communication range, less bandwidth availability, and small memory storage.  ...  Hence, deploying a real sensor network environment for the testing of a newly designed protocol is a Herculean task.  ...  Introduction Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are gaining enormous attention from researchers across the globe in almost every domain.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2020.0046 fatcat:xhzzmbzcnrc6xohwplxdbl7kee

Binary Grey Wolf Optimization based Topology Control for Wireless Sensor Networks

2019 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are composed of a large number of sensor nodes that are deployed at target locations.  ...  It uses the active and inactive schedules of sensor nodes in binary format as well as introduces fitness function to minimise the number of active nodes (ANs) for achieving the target of lifetime expansion  ...  Glowworm swarm optimisationbased wireless sensor deployment [13] scheme shows improvement in coverage after the initial placement.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2018.5169 fatcat:6av5oykszrfbpdtc4o6y6bzpgq

Relay augmentation for lifetime extension of wireless sensor networks

Marcus Nathan Brazil, Charl John Ras, Doreen Anne Thomas
2013 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
We propose a novel relay augmentation strategy for extending the lifetime of a certain class of wireless sensor networks.  ...  In this class sensors are located at fixed and pre-determined positions and all communication takes place via multi-hop paths in a fixed routing tree rooted at the base station.  ...  Introduction Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) consist of small sensing devices that can be readily deployed in diverse environments to form distributed wireless networks for collecting information in a  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2012.0126 fatcat:3svrmefynnb4lb3izpiepcmkdu

HEEL: A New Clustering Method to Improve Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime

Amir Seyyedabbasi, Gulustan Dogan, farzad kiani
2020 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
Along with this remarkable growth in wireless sensor networks, however, there is an increasing concern over network lifetime.  ...  In wireless sensor networks, some resources such as memory and energy are limited. In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in improving network lifetime.  ...  Introduction Recent developments in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have increased the need for energy efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-wss.2019.0153 fatcat:qgyvbrzt3zegdgv36rivbimd4q
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