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16th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology
Traditional reliable transport protocols use end-toend retransmission for the recovery of lost packets, which has high cost in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Hence, reliable transport protocols in WSNs use caching packets at the intermediate nodes in order to avoid costly end-to-end retransmission for loss recovery. Hop-by-hop retransmission scheme is one of the most important caching policies. This scheme requires large cache memory space which is in paradox with memory constraint in sensordoi:10.1109/icact.2014.6779054 fatcat:45xqvre7czcjtacs7r7plrxrvu