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Body Area Networks: A Survey
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This paper provides a detailed investigation of sensor devices, physical layer, data link layer, and radio technology aspects of BAN research, and presents a taxonomy of B Ban projects that have been introduced/proposed to date.
Mobile Agent Based Wireless Sensor Networks
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This paper proposes to use the mobile agent paradigm for reducing and aggregating data in a planar sensor network architecture called mobile agent based wireless sensor network (MAWSN), which has a longer end-to-end latency than client/server communications in certain conditions.
Virtual MIMO-based cross-layer design for wireless sensor networks
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A nonlinear constrained programming model is developed to find the optimal BER performance of each link to meet the ETE QoS requirements with a minimum energy consumption and simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed protocol in energy saving and QoS provisioning.
Mobile Agent-Based Directed Diffusion in Wireless Sensor Networks
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This paper considers MA in multihop environments and adopts directed diffusion (DD) to dispatch MA, and shows that MADD exhibits better performance than original DD (in the client/server paradigm) in terms of packet delivery ratio, energy consumption, and end-to-end delivery latency.
A Survey of Green Mobile Networks: Opportunities and Challenges
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This paper surveys and discusses various remarkable techniques toward green mobile networks to date, mainly targeting mobile cellular networks, and summarizes the current research projects related to greenMobile networks, along with the taxonomy of energy-efficiency metrics.
A Novel Cluster-Based Cooperative MIMO Scheme for Multi-Hop Wireless Sensor Networks
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Simulation results exhibit that the proposed scheme can effectively save energy and prolong the network lifetime and the optimal parameters to minimize the overall energy consumption are found.
Applications and design issues for mobile agents in wireless sensor networks
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This article decomposes the agent design functionality into four components, that is, architecture, itinerary planning, middleware system design, and agent cooperation, which facilitates the creation of a component-based and efficient mobile agent system for a wide range of applications.
Multi-Agent Itinerary Planning for Wireless Sensor Networks
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A novel framework is presented to divide the MIP algorithm into four parts: visiting central location (VCL) selection algorithm, source-grouping algorithm, SIP algorithm and its iterative algorithm, which improves the integrated energy-delay performance compared to the existing solutions with the similar computation complexity.
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