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The Impact of Near-Ground Path Loss Modeling on Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime
(IEEE Computer Society, 2014)
Network lifetime is the ultimate objective in evaluating the performance of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). To assess the network lifetime correctly for a particular WSN deployment, utilizing realistic abstractions for ...
Data Packet Length Optimization for Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime Maximization
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) comprising of battery-powered sensor nodes are being used in a wide range of applications. The feasibility of such applications is highly influenced by the longevity of these networks. In ...
Optimal Transmission Power Level Sets for Lifetime Maximization in Wireless Sensor Networks
In Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) data transmission by using the highest available power level leads to energy wastage on certain links. Therefore, assigning the optimal transmission power for each link in a WSN is necessary ...
Prolonging Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime by Optimal Utilization of Compressive Sensing
In a typical Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) application, sensor nodes gather data from the environment and convey the collected data towards the base station. It is possible to perform certain signal processing operations ...
The Impact of Elimination of The Most Critical Node on Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) paradigm is an integral component of ubiquitous computing and Machine-to-Machine communications. Since WSNs are widely used in homeland security, military applications, next generation power ...
The Impact of Random Power Assignment in Handshaking on Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime
Optimization of data and acknowledgement (ACK) packets' transmission power levels is necessary to prolong the lifetime of wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Utilizing the maximum power level available results in the minimum ...