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MILCOM 2009 - 2009 IEEE Military Communications Conference
Wireless Sensor Network have many potential applications, including environmental monitoring and threat surveillance, among many others. Sensor nodes are limited in processing capabilities, radio range, storage but most importantly in energy. When a node's energy is exhausted, the node can no longer provide sensor data to the network, nor can it forward data from other nodes. This can result in a network partition. One way a node may extend its lifetime is by the use of sleep. In many of thedoi:10.1109/milcom.2009.5379882 fatcat:x2jysvd6h5hlvosnn55dycmdma