Milica D. Jovanovic

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The sensor node localization with an acceptable accuracy is a fundamental and important problem for location-aware applications of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Among numerous localization schemes proposed specifically for WSNs, the Received Signal Strength (RSS) based range-free localization techniques have attracted considerable research interest for(More)
Deflection routing, characterized by routing simplicity and minimal in-router buffer resources, has recently emerged as a promising approach for improving power and area efficiency of on-chip networks. With this routing strategy, packet contentions in routers are resolved by intentionally misrouting some of packets along unwanted directions instead of(More)
Time-Division Multiple-Access (TDMA) is a common MAC paradigm in wireless sensor networks. However, in its traditional form, the TDMA-based protocols suffer from low channel utilization and high message delay because of a long frame length needed to provide collision-free transmissions, which is particularly damaging in dense wireless sensor networks. In(More)
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