Evangelos D. Spyrou

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Human mobility modeling plays an essential role in accurately understanding the performance of data forwarding protocols in mobile networks and has been attracting increasing research interest in recent years. People's movement behaviors are strongly affected by their social interactions with each other, which, however, are not sufficiently considered in(More)
At 2010, we are at the effective end of the first decade of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) research and that the aspects such as energy efficient routing have pretty much had their day as the sensing, computing and energy technologies have now moved on. There now seems to be a consensus in the field as to what the next challenges are. This paper will(More)
Transmission power has a major impact on link and communication reliability and network lifetime in Wireless Sensor Networks. We study power control in a multi-hop Wireless Sensor Network where nodes' communication interfere with each other. Our objective is to determine each node's transmission power level that will reduce the communication interference(More)
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