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Detecting redundant nodes and scheduling their activity is mandatory to prolong the lifetime of a densely-deployed wireless sensor network. Provided that the redundancy check and the scheduling phases both help to preserve the coverage ratio and guarantee energy efficiency. However, most of the solutions usually proposed in the literature, tend to allocate a large number of unnecessary neighbor (re)discovery time slots in the dutycycle of the active nodes. Such a shortcoming is detrimental todoi:10.14569/ijacsa.2017.081043 fatcat:uhhqplzz5nacrcbfp5rgmieyt4