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In this paper, we propose a priority-based stateless geo-routing (PSGR) protocol to address these issues. ... Based on PSGR, sensor nodes are able to locally determine their priority to serve as the next relay node using dynamically estimated network density. ... INTRODUCTION Geo-routing protocols have been widely adopted in the design of wireless sensor networks  ,  . ...doi:10.1109/mahss.2005.1542858 dblp:conf/mass/XuLXM05 fatcat:kfkwjfhib5cufglgcx4bhz3yti
In this paper, we propose a priority-based stateless geo-routing (PSGR) protocol that addresses these issues. ... A novel protocol, called priority-based stateless geo-routing (PSGR), is proposed to achieve the following design objectives: Stateless architecture. ... Summary In this paper, we presented a novel and robust stateless geo-routing protocol, namely, PSGR, for large-scale location-aware wireless sensor networks. ...doi:10.1080/15501320701260410 fatcat:ic763df2wzhd5eugvpt4mbmi4m
Geographic wireless sensor networks use position information for greedy routing. Greedy routing works well in dense networks, whereas in sparse networks it may fail and require a recovery algorithm. ... However, these algorithms are generally costly for resource constrained position-based wireless sensor networks (WSNs). ...  , and bypass in Priority-based Stateless Geo-Routing (PSGR)  . ...doi:10.3390/s90604083 pmid:22408514 pmcid:PMC3291899 fatcat:ofizotyr2fgevmovfvofzttfsi