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One of the challenging problems in directional sensor networks is maximizing target coverage while minimizing the amount of energy consumption. Considering the high redundancy in dense directional sensor networks, it is possible to preserve energy and enhance coverage quality by turning off redundant sensors and adjusting the direction of the active sensor nodes. In this paper, we address the problem of maximizing network lifetime with adjustable ranges (MNLAR) and propose a new gamedoi:10.52547/jist.9.34.103 fatcat:c2unollgtfglvom7tqicotae3m