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2008 11th IEEE Singapore International Conference on Communication Systems
In WSNs, energy conservation is the primary goal, while throughput and delay are less important. This results in a tradeoff between performance (e.g., throughput and delay) and energy consumption. In this paper, the problem of energyefficient MAC protocols in WSNs is modeled as a game-theoretic constraint optimization problem. After introducing incompletely cooperative game theory, based on the estimated game state (e.g., the number of competing nodes), each node independently implements thedoi:10.1109/iccs.2008.4737154 fatcat:nmpuaess4rcjfn4ydhrpcp7fqa