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Joint mobility and routing for lifetime elongation in wireless sensor networks
This paper suggests that the base station be mobile; in this way, the nodes located close to it change over time and the obtained improvement in terms of network lifetime is in the order of 500%.
The security and privacy of smart vehicles
Road safety, traffic management, and driver convenience continue to improve, in large part thanks to appropriate usage of information technology. But this evolution has deep implications for security…
Joint Sink Mobility and Routing to Maximize the Lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks: The Case of Constrained Mobility
This paper builds a framework for investigating the joint sink mobility and routing problem by constraining the sink to a finite number of locations, and formally proves the NP-hardness of the problem.
MobiRoute: Routing Towards a Mobile Sink for Improving Lifetime in Sensor Networks
- Jun Luo, Jacques Panchard, M. Piórkowski, M. Grossglauser, J. Hubaux
- Computer Science, BusinessDCOSS
- 18 June 2006
This paper investigates the approach that makes use of a mobile sink for balancing the traffic load and improves network lifetime, and engineer a routing protocol, MobiRoute, that effectively supports sink mobility.
Compressed data aggregation for energy efficient wireless sensor networks
- Liu Xiang, Jun Luo, A. Vasilakos
- Computer Science8th Annual IEEE Communications Society Conference…
- 27 June 2011
This paper investigates the application of CS to data collection in wireless sensor networks, and aims at minimizing the network energy consumption through joint routing and compressed aggregation, and proposes a mixed-integer programming formulation along with a greedy heuristic.
Route driven gossip: probabilistic reliable multicast in ad hoc networks
This work presents a protocol that is designed to meet a more practical specification of probabilistic reliability, called route driven gossip (RDG), which is custom-tailored to ad hoc networks, achieving a high level of reliability without relying on any inherent multicast primitive.
PAN: providing reliable storage in mobile ad hoc networks with probabilistic quorum systems
An analysis of the Pan system, in terms of both reliability and overhead, which can be used to fine tune protocol parameters to obtain the desired tradeoff between efficiency and fault tolerance.
Energy-theft detection issues for advanced metering infrastructure in smart grid
- Rong Jiang, R. Lu, Yeyu Wang, Jun Luo, Changxiang Shen, X. Shen
- EngineeringTsinghua Science and Technology
- 15 April 2014
With the proliferation of smart grid research, the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) has become the first ubiquitous and fixed computing platform. However, due to the unique characteristics of…
A Survey of Inter-Vehicle Communication
It is advocated from the perspective that ad hoc routing protocols and group communication primitives migrated from wired networks might not be an efficient way to support the envisioned applications, and that new coordination algorithms directly based on MAC could be designed for this purpose.
Does Compressed Sensing Improve the Throughput of Wireless Sensor Networks?
- Jun Luo, Liu Xiang, C. Rosenberg
- Computer ScienceIEEE International Conference on Communications
- 23 May 2010
This paper proposes two different ways (plain-CS and hybrid-CS) of applying CS to WSNs at the networking layer, in the form of a particular data aggregation mechanism, and illustrates two crucial insights: first, applying CS naively may not bring any improvement, and secondly, the hybrids can achieve significant improvement in throughput.