Attapol Adulyasas

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Energy constraint is a crucial factor in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). One of the best solutions for networking in the WSNs is a clustering-based technique to deal with the energy constraint. However, cluster heads (CHs) in such technique tend to consume much more energy than ordinary nodes and, eventually, deplete quickly. In this paper, we propose a(More)
Node provisioning in wireless sensor networks is very high density and is a cause of data duplication. Therefore, sensors’ duty-cycling is a significant process in order to reduce data load and prolong network lifetime, where certain sensors are selected to be active, while some others are pushed into sleep mode. However, quality of service in terms of(More)
Wireless sensor networks usually have a massive number of randomly deployed sensor nodes that perform sensing and transmitting data to a base station. This can be a cause of sensor redundancy and data duplication. Sensor scheduling is a solution to reducing the enormous amount of the data load by selecting certain potential sensors to perform the tasks.(More)
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