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|Title:||Bio-inspired scheduling schemes for wireless ad hoc networks||Authors:||Cheng, CT
|Issue Date:||2013||Publisher:||Institution of Engineering and Technology||Source:||In HF Rashvand & HC Chao (Eds.), Dynamic Ad-Hoc Networks, p. 413-432. London: Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2013 How to cite?||Series/Report no.:||IET telecommunications series ; 59||Abstract:||Wireless sensor networks, a special type of wireless ad hoc networks, consist of large numbers of wireless sensor nodes. The idea of a wireless sensor network is to achieve the same sensing quality as a remote sensing system by utilizing a large number of wireless sensor nodes to perform close-range sensing. Wireless sensor nodes are compact communication devices that can virtually fit in anywhere. They are battery-powered devices that can greatly reduce deployment overheads due to wirings. To ensure a terrain of interest is fully covered, usually more than enough wireless sensor nodes are deployed to provide redundant sensing coverage. With a proper onoff scheduling scheme, the total energy consumption of a network can be reduced without introducing significant impacts to its target detection capabilities. In this chapter, two bio-inspired scheduling schemes are revisited. In both schemes, wireless sensor nodes can decide to operate in different operation modes dynamically. The decisions are made based on local information. Performances of a network can be fine-tuned by adjusting the behaviours of the nodes in their mode decisions.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10397/54696||ISBN:||9781849196482 (electronic bk.)
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