Abderrahim Maizate

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A wireless sensor network is a set of miniature nodes that consume little energy and route information to a base station. It will enable reliable monitoring of a wide variety of phenomena for civilian, military and medical applications. Almost any sensor network application requires some form of self-organisation to route information. Recent years many(More)
Wireless sensor network is a large number of small battery powered sensors, where the failures of sensor nodes and the loss of connectivity are common phenomena. Therefore, energy consumption is an important issue to achieve a longer network lifetime. Several clustering protocols have been aimed to provide balancing of the residual energy particularly(More)
Wireless sensor network consists of a set of tiny sensor nodes. The nodes are continuously sense and transmit the data to the base station. Therefore, energy consumption and network coverage are important issues to improve the life time of the network. Clustering architecture is an effective architecture to reduce the energy consumption. The main aim is to(More)
Target tracking with the wireless sensors networks is to detect and locate a target on its entire path through a region of interest. This application arouses interest in the world of research for its many fields of use. Wireless sensor networks, thanks to their versatility, can be used in many hostile environments and inaccessible to humans. However, with a(More)
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