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Wireless sensor networks have recently been extensively researched due to the flexibility and cost savings they provide. One of the most promising applications of sensor networks is human health monitoring: wireless sensors are placed on the human body to form a wireless body network where the sensor node can continuously monitor real-time physiological(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are gaining tremendous importance thanks to their broad range of commercial applications such as in smart home automation, health-care and industrial automation. In these applications multi-vendor and heterogeneous sensor nodes are deployed. Due to strict administrative control over the specific WSN domains, communication(More)
Information technology (IT) is pushing ahead with drastic reforms of modern life for improvement of human welfare. Objects constitute "Information Networks" through smart, self-regulated information gathering that also recognizes and controls current information states in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Information observed from sensor networks in(More)
In Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), lossless data is one of the crucial parts for transmission between communicating nodes. Though End-to-End data retransmission has evolved as a reliable transportation in the Internet, this method becomes inefficient in WSNs due to wireless communication, and resource-constrained sensor nodes (hardware- and power-(More)