Mahmuda Naznin

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In an orthogonal drawing of a plane graph each vertex is drawn as a point and each edge is drawn as a sequence of vertical and horizontal line segments. A bend is a point at which the drawing of an edge changes its direction. Every plane graph of the maximum degree at most four has an orthogonal drawing, but may need bends. A simple necessary and sufficient(More)
Network lifetime is one of the important metrics that indicate the performance of a sensor network. Different techniques are used to elongate network lifetime. Among them, clustering is one of the popular techniques. LEACH (Low-Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy) is one of the most widely cited clustering solutions due to its simplicity and effectiveness.(More)
In this work, we present a path-planning method for the Mobile Data Collector (MDC) in a wireless sensor network (WSN). In our method, a tour for the MDC is generated such that the latency of delivering data to the sink is reduced. We show that the TSP tour covers all the nodes of the WSN. However, the latency for the TSP tour may be prohibitively high for(More)
Target tracking is one of the cardinal applications of a wireless sensor network. Tracking multiple targets is more challenging than tracking a single target in a wireless sensor network due to targets’ movement in different directions, targets’ speed variations and frequent connectivity failures of low powered sensor nodes. If all the(More)
Event detection and notification is a common task in a Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). Efficient data aggregation and minimization of energy consumption are the great research challenges in WSN. In WSN, aggregated event information is more important than individual event information for energy saving and reliability. Proximity queries or query approximation(More)
Stability is one of the major concerns in advancement of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). A number of applications of WSN require guaranteed sensing, coverage and connectivity throughout its operational period. Death of the first node might cause instability in the network. Therefore, all of the sensor nodes in the network must be alive to achieve the goal(More)
Nowadays mobile phones are expected to handle huge volume of multimedia data which is very challenging due to the small memory size of the mobile phone sets. We have developed an application that incorporates a novel technique which uses and enhances the Record Management Store (RMS), a subsystem of Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), which not only(More)
Wireless sensor network field has drawn attraction of researchers for its diversified applications. Due to the adhoc in nature of sensor network, conventional wireless network algorithms can not be applied directly. There are lot of problems which affect badly network performance and quality of service. Among these problems, lack of good coverage of network(More)
Event detection and notification is a common task in a Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). Efficient data aggregation and the minimization of energy consumption are the great research challenges in WSN. In WSN, normally the events are detected by more than one node and it is more reliable if the consistent event information is received from more than one node.(More)
Target tracking is considered as one of the cardinal applications of a wireless sensor network. Tracking multiple targets is more challenging than tracking a single target in a wireless sensor network due to targets’ movement in different directions, targets’ speed variations and frequent connectivity failures of low powered sensor nodes. If all the(More)