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Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks: Performance Comparison of EAMMH and LEACH Protocols Using MATLAB
Conservation of the energy available in each sensor node and increasing network lifetime are most important design issues for a wireless sensor network (WSN). Many routing algorithms have beenExpand
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On the Reuse of Goal Models
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The reuse of goal models has received only limited attention in the goal modeling community and is mostly related to the use of goal catalogues, which may be imported into the goal model of an application under development. Expand
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Feature modelling and traceability for concern-driven software development with TouchCORE
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This demonstration paper presents TouchCORE, a multi-touch enabled software design modelling tool aimed at developing scalable and reusable software design models following the concerndriven software development paradigm. Expand
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Concern-Driven Software Development with jUCMNav and TouchRAM
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A concern is a unit of reuse that groups together software artifacts describing properties and behaviour related to any domain of interest to a software engineer at different levels of abstraction. Expand
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Visualization algorithms for feature models in concern-driven software development
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This paper argues that depending on who is working with the feature model, the encapsulated features and their relationships should be visualized differently: the concern designer is working within the concern module, and therefore needs to see the features of reused concerns that have been selected. Expand
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Comparison of Energy Efficient Clustering Protocols for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks
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Wireless sensor networks are on the rise in realtime deployment and also a major field to work on for the research and development teams. Expand
Hybrid Energy Efficient Protocol for Stable Concentric Clustering in Heterogenous Wireless Sensor Networks
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In this paper heterogeneous wireless sensor networks are considered, as some nodes may be of different energy to prolong the lifetime of a wireless sensor network and its reliability. Expand
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