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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
An important concern in wireless network technology is battery conservation. A promising approach to saving energy is to allow nodes periodically to enter a "low power mode", however this strategy contributes to message delay, and careful management is required so that the system-wide performance is not severely compromised. Moreover the management of low/high power schedules is particularly difficult due to the uncertainties caused by message collisions and clock drift. In this paper we showdoi:10.1007/11921240_4 fatcat:vftazykqfbde3dwdrqe5ulqz5e