Efraim Pecht

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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are generally deployed in remote sites in order to sense the environment and acquire a set of data useful for analysis, monitoring and optimization algorithms. The use of the WSNs in remote and rugged areas, where battery replacement is not practical, requires extending the network lifetime. The proposed solution in this(More)
Sensing Spatial Coverage (SSC) is one of the main Quality of Service (QoS) measures in a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). This quantifies the WSN monitoring ability. The initial phase of WSN implementation is to determine how many sensors with specific sensing ability are required for the intended application or scenario. For this purpose, the sensing profile(More)
Energy resource management is considered essential in battery-operated Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Radio communication circuitry is a significant power consumer in a WSN. Therefore, it is desired to design an efficient routing algorithm which conserves the battery power as much as possible, resulting in a longer network lifetime. Lifetime-aware routing(More)
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