Affoua Thérèse Aby

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In the past few years, energy conservation has been the main focus of researchers working on wireless sensor networks. One of the main technique to save energy is to deactivate periodically the radio module of sensor nodes: nodes alternate periods of activity and periods of inactivity, which is referred to as their duty-cycle. In this paper, we focus on(More)
—Wireless sensor networks are used in many environmental monitoring applications (e.g., to monitor forest fires or volcanoes). In such applications, sensor nodes have a limited quantity of energy, but must operate for years without having their batteries changed. The main mechanism used to allow nodes to save energy is to sequence periods of activity and(More)
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