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Random and Periodic sleep schedules for target detection in sensor networks

Vaishali P. Sadaphal, Bijendra N. Jain
2007 2007 IEEE Internatonal Conference on Mobile Adhoc and Sensor Systems  
We study Random and Periodic sleep schedules from the point of view of delay in detecting the target.  ...  We consider sleep schedules in which a sensor in 'inactive' mode wakes up either randomly or periodically to detect presence of the target within its vicinity resulting into two sleep schedules viz.  ...  We consider sleep schedules in which a sensor in 'inactive' mode wakes up either randomly or periodically to detect presence of the target within its vicinity resulting into two sleep schedules viz.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mobhoc.2007.4428677 dblp:conf/mass/SadaphalJ07 fatcat:sk7zscf4wzdezm3o556vsjwl4a

A Bio-Inspired Scheduling Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks

Chi-Tsun Cheng, Chi K. Tse, Francis C. M. Lau
2008 VTC Spring 2008 - IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference  
The network lifetime can be further extended by proper scheduling and putting unnecessary sensor nodes into sleep mode. In this paper a bio-inspired scheduling scheme is proposed.  ...  The scheme is evaluated in terms of target 3-coverage hit-rate, averaged detection delay, and energy consumption per successful target detection.  ...  To obtain the maximum efficiency of "periodic onoff" scheduling, a network has to employ a centralized control method to acquire a global optimum sleeping schedule for each sensor node.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vetecs.2008.58 dblp:conf/vtc/ChengTL08 fatcat:2zssaivtwvaelkxl4v4iph74hy

Adaptive Five-State based Sensor Scheduling for Energy Conservation in Wireless Sensor Networks

P. Leela Rani, G.A. Sathish Kumar
2021 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Target tracking is the trending topics of research in Wireless Sensor Networks.  ...  It deals with detecting and estimating the consecutive positions of single or multiple targets during their course of movement in the observed area.  ...  A sensor network with small void areas can detect a target in motion almost immediately with a small lag. This supports the notion that more and more sensor nodes can be put in sleep mode.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2021921645 fatcat:vgly62qwqfdm5bk7d7rikfwwjy

Randomized Virtual Scanning Technique for Road Network

Bharat Singh, Ravinder Singh, Pramod Singh Rathore
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In this paper proposes a Randomized Virtual Scanning Technique to optimize the performance for the road network surveillance. The Sensor it may be scan the area of road network.  ...  Sensor it may be scan alternate and sequence node so that's why 100% target detection guaranty for w seconds (i.e single sensor takes time to scan the area) along road segments, creating waves of sensing  ...  Professor, Computer Department whose guidance, teaching and certain suggestion provide me the timely valuable input which enhanced my knowledge  ... 
doi:10.5120/13564-1097 fatcat:sgaojv44andgpnaj7tekqt35we

Energy-aware scheduling with quality of surveillance guarantee in wireless sensor networks

Jaehoon Jeong, Sarah Sharafkandi, David H. C. Du
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 workshop on Dependability issues in wireless ad hoc networks and sensor networks - DIWANS '06  
We propose and evaluate an energy-efficient scheduling algorithm for detection of mobile targets in wireless sensor networks.  ...  We consider a setting where the sensors are deployed for both road surveillance and mobile target tracking.  ...  Tian He, Raghuveer Aravindan, and Changho Choi for reviewing the paper and giving valuable feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1160972.1160984 fatcat:h6hhcr4zrjfcflqjq2m2ex7ukq

VISA: Virtual Scanning Algorithm for Dynamic Protection of Road Networks

J. Jeong, Y. Gu, T. He, D. Du
2009 IEEE INFOCOM 2009 - The 28th Conference on Computer Communications  
VISA is the first work tailored for road networks, leading to orders-of-magnitude longer system life for target intrusion detection, using a novel scan-based algorithm. • A sensing scheduling algorithm  ...  The working schedule of each sensor (i.e., when to wake up) is constructed in a decentralized way. The network-wide silent duration is computed by VISA sched-  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was supported by the Digital Technology Center at the University of Minnesota, and in part by NSF grant CNS-0626614, CNS-0615063, and CNS-0626609.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infcom.2009.5062003 dblp:conf/infocom/JeongGHD09 fatcat:xxctprzmbja4plvlguqtfnmj64

Virtual Scanning Algorithm for Road Network Surveillance

Jaehoon Jeong, Yu Gu, Tian He, David H.C. Du
2010 IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems  
The main idea of this work is virtual scan -waves of sensing activities scheduled for road network protection.  ...  Importantly, to our knowledge, this is the first work to study how to guarantee target detection while sensor network deteriorates, using a novel hole handling technique.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was supported by the Digital Technology Center at the University of Minnesota, and in part by NSF grants CNS-0626609, CNS-0626614, and CNS-0720465.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpds.2010.60 fatcat:ei5b6kxsl5gujiexnxf23vrvq4

Network coverage using low duty-cycled sensors

Chih-fan Hsin, Mingyan Liu
2004 Proceedings of the third international symposium on Information processing in sensor networks - IPSN'04  
In particular, we consider two types of mechanisms, the random sleep type where each sensor keeps an active-sleep schedule independent of another, and the coordinated sleep type where sensors coordinate  ...  In this paper we examine the fundamental relationship between the reduction in sensor duty cycle and the required level of redundancy for a fixed performance measure, and explore the design of good sensor  ...  RANDOM SLEEP SCHEDULES Under random sleep schemes, the network is essentially a collection of independent on/off (active/sleep) process, characterized by the distribution of the on/off periods.  ... 
doi:10.1145/984622.984685 dblp:conf/ipsn/HsinL04 fatcat:5bjgr5f2mbf7hjlbroobcdqzju

A learning automata based scheduling solution to the dynamic point coverage problem in wireless sensor networks

M. Esnaashari, M.R. Meybodi
2010 Computer Networks  
The dynamic point coverage problem in wireless sensor networks is to detect some moving target points in the area of the network using as few sensor nodes as possible.  ...  The learning automata residing in each node try to learn the maximum sleep duration for the node in such a way that the detection rate of target points by the node does not degrade dramatically.  ...  In terms of energy consumption, this method best fits the sensor networks, since in each period of time, only nodes which can sense the target points in that period are awakened, and rest of the nodes  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2010.03.014 fatcat:6cdbvbjfujdedf5hrqwfrvdn2e

A Novel Routing Protocol for Low-Energy Wireless Sensor Networks

Sebastin Suresh, V. Prabhu, V. Parthasarathy, Rajasekhar Boddu, Yadala Sucharitha, Gemmachis Teshite, Eunsung Oh
2022 Journal of Sensors  
It provides accurate target location detection, energy efficiency, and network lifespan extension.  ...  It saves energy for a longer period. The sleep nodes are triggered to wake up after a certain time interval.  ...  It allows for an equal distribution of nodes, but not for energy consumption. In a random sleep schedule system, the node is put into sleep mode.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/8244176 fatcat:sy5iq4fqrjfa5ijllk73btp6ia

Lifetime Enhancement in Wireless Sensor Network using Modified Energy Sheduling Algorithm

Srin ath V, Arun mozhi S.A
2019 International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering  
Energy consumption and network lifetime are the two important factors for wireless sensor networks. In energy efficient the sensor node finds a suitable path for transferring its information.  ...  The sleep scheduling algorithm increases the throughput and delivery ratio To verify and evaluate, various simulation parameters were considered to extend the network lifetime using ns-2 simulator.  ...  In particular, two types of mechanisms are used namely the random sleep schedule where each sensor keeps an activesleep schedule which is independent of another, and the coordinated sleep type where sensors  ... 
doi:10.14445/23488549/ijece-iccrest-p101 fatcat:76m3rwcynbbgte23573jrejzzu

Efficient Sleep Scheduling Algorithm for Target Tracking in Double-Storage Energy Harvesting Sensor Networks

Hongbin Chen, Qian Zeng, Feng Zhao
2016 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
In this paper, an efficient sleep scheduling algorithm is put forward to tackle the above problem in energy harvesting sensor networks.  ...  Target tracking is a typical application in wireless sensor networks. Both energy efficiency and tracking performance are important issues that need to be considered.  ...  Sleep Scheduling Algorithm In this section, a sleep scheduling algorithm in the energy harvesting sensor network is derived.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/4134735 fatcat:mkbpzqirevbhte34nbk4zcwzae

Hierarchically Coordinated Power Management for Target Tracking in Wireless Sensor Networks

Feng Juan, Baowang Lian, Zhao Hongwei
2013 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
consider the application constraints in target tracking sensor networks.  ...  We extend the network lifetime by adopting an adaptive sleep scheduling scheme that combines the local power management (PM) and the adaptive coordinate PM strategies to schedule the activities of the  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by NPU Foundation for Fundamental Research (NPU-FFR-JCY20130135).  ... 
doi:10.5772/56201 fatcat:czbopcpax5cwxcuopayaazpkwa

Adaptive Energy Optimization for Object Tracking in Wireless Sensor Network

2015 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
EENC provides an unambiguous calculation and analysis for optimal the nodes cooperation theoretically. In EENC, the sleep schedule of sensor nodes is locally synchronized and globally unsynchronized.  ...  Energy efficiency is critical for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) since sensor nodes usually have very limited energy supply from battery.  ...  sleep schedule [6] (Fixed SS: all the nodes sleep periodically for a fixed time) and the network with coordinated sleep schedule [7, 8, 9] (Coordinated SS: sleep schedule is dynamically adjusted according  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2015.04.005 fatcat:yqkguwf75bcdveh7l3rv4rqqom

Energy Efficient Mac Protocols For Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey

Bhavana Narain, Anuradha Sharma, Sanjay Kumar, Vinod Patle
2011 International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering Survey  
Use of Wireless sensor networks have been widely seen in the fields of target detection and tracking, environmental monitoring, industrial process monitoring, and tactical systems.In wireless sensor networks  ...  Therefore, to work in wireless communicating sensors network, we use MAC protocol which improve energy efficiency by increasing sleep duration, decreasing idle listening and overhearing, and eliminating  ...  Although there are various MAC layer protocols proposed for sensor networks, there is no protocol accepted as a standard.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcses.2011.2309 fatcat:al3rt36aurefxcumjci7d5rhru
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