Abolfazl Toroghi Haghighat

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Target tracking is one of the applications of wireless sensor network which is set up in the areas of field surveillance, habitat monitoring, and intruder tracking. Energy saving is one of the main challenges in target tracking sensor networks. In this paper, we present a Clustering and Prediction-Based Protocol (CPBP) for Target Tracking in Wireless Sensor(More)
Target tracking is one of the most important applications in wireless sensor networks. In most of objects tracking sensor networks, a general method which is called clustering has been used. The target to be tracked may go unnoticed due to problems like node failures, communication failures amongst nodes and localization errors. Recovery mechanism needs to(More)
Sensor nodes should be made cheap and small due to application modes. As a result, the nodes always suffer from limited energy source. On the other hand, increased network operation period is considered as a measure to evaluate the performance of sensor networks, which motivates the designers to provide a method to increase the lifetime of sensor networks.(More)
At the age of multimedia communications and high speed networks, multicast is one of the mechanisms which we can employ to enjoy the power of internet. On the other hand, increase in real-time multimedia applications, has emerged the need for Quality of Service (QoS) in multicast routing. Two important parameters in QoS-supported multicast communications(More)
Target tracking is one of the most important and complicated applications of wireless sensor networks. In this application, temporal and spatial information of mobile object is continuously investigated at particular times. Energy saving is one of the main challenges in target tracking sensor networks. In this paper, we present a Clustering,(More)
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