Amany Abu Safia

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Environmental phenomena, such as fires, poisonous gases, and oil spills, can be detected by wireless sensor networks (WSNs) that cover the geographical area of the phenomena. These sensors collaboratively monitor the area to detect the sensors’ readings that deviate from normal reading patterns after which a phenomena is declared. This research proposes a(More)
With the rapid development of Internet of Things (IoT), more and more static and mobile sensors are being deployed for sensing and tracking environmental phenomena, such as fire, oil spills and air pollution. As these sensors are usually battery-powered, energy-efficient algorithms are required to extend the sensors’ lifetime. Moreover, forwarding sensed(More)
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