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Journal of Computers
Wireless sensor networks afford a new opportunity to observe and interact with physical phenomena at an unprecedented fidelity. To fully realize this vision, these networks have to be self-organizing, selfhealing, economical and energy-efficient simultaneously. Since the communication task is a significant power consumer, there are various attempts to introduce energyawareness within the communication stack. Node clustering, to reduce direct transmission to the base station, is one such attemptdoi:10.4304/jcp.1.1.40-47 fatcat:msztctri6fachhjqv2etihnxpm