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Maintaining Stable Node Populations in Long-Lifetime Sensornets
2010 15th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems
Sensornets provide coverage of physical phenomena over extended periods, perhaps months or years. However, active nodes may deplete finite batteries within days, and are prone to failure. The sensornet application may require a given number of active nodes within each region to provide appropriate sensor redundancy and processing capacity. If many nodes are deployed, at any given time a smaller working set of the correct size can be selected for duty. In this paper we present a lightweightdoi:10.1109/iceccs.2010.36 dblp:conf/iceccs/TateB10 fatcat:auvmxvn3czatxj35pk3tr4ukoi