Saad Ahmed Munir

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A mobile wireless sensor network owes its name to the presence of mobile sink or sensor nodes within the network. The advantages of mobile WSN over static WSN are better energy efficiency, improved coverage, enhanced target tracking and superior channel capacity. In this paper we present and discuss hierarchical multi-tiered architecture for mobile wireless(More)
In this paper, we present a model for fuzzy logic based congestion estimation within a proposed QoS architecture. The architecture comprises of a QoS management and control module which is implemented both at node level and at the sink for a system level QoS administration. The QoS module implemented at sensor node forms a subset of the larger QoS(More)
A mobile wireless sensor network owes its name to the presence of mobile sink or sensor nodes within the network. The advantages of mobile wireless sensor network over static wireless sensor network are better energy efficiency, improved coverage, enhanced target tracking and superior channel capacity. In this chapter we will present and discuss different(More)
Localization has been a major research area within wireless sensor network. In a self-configuring, ad hoc wireless sensor network, it is a matter of foremost importance to have knowledge of the location of sensor nodes within a particular geographical area. This location not only helps in giving more meaning to the information gathered from sensor nodes,(More)
In wireless sensor networks (WSN), congestion causes overall channel quality to degrade and loss rates to increase, leads to buffer drops and increased delays, and tends to be grossly unfair toward nodes whose data has to traverse a larger number of radio hops. In order to control the congestion in an effective manner, we need a complete congestion control(More)
This paper presents energy analysis of a new routing protocol CIDRSN (Cluster ID based Routing in static Sensor Networks) with closedform probability oferror and bit energy expression in Nakagami-m fading channel. CIDRSN takes the cluster ID as next hop address instead of cluster-head ID in routing table and eliminate the cluster formation phase and routing(More)
Mobile Ad hoc networks are a system of communicating nodes that do not have any specific infrastructure. Absence of central administration, unlike traditional networks, makes them an easy to implement access system. It provides for handy creation in emergency situations. Nodes are able to communicate with a hotspot (data service source) either directly or(More)
Clustering approach is one of the most used routing methodologies for wireless sensor network. However, most of the clustering practices make use of greedy cluster head formation process, wherein each node broadcasts its interest in becoming cluster head which is both energy and network intensive. In this paper we present a mechanism for efficient(More)
Mobile Wireless Sensor Network (MWSN) is a latest emerging technology during last decades, the researchers are doing efforts to find a low cost and low power way out for mobile wireless sensor network. Many clustering based algorithms are available in mobile wireless sensor networks. The proposed study focuses on application of a distributed fault-tolerant(More)
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