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Selection and Peer-review under responsibility of the Program Chairs. Abstract Wireless sensors networks (WSNs) are traditionally composed of large number of low-cost and tiny homogenous sensors nodes connected through a wireless network that gather data to be treated locally or relayed to the sink node through multi-hop wireless transmission. Moreover,(More)
The advent of smart devices and continuous expansions of smart environments make Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) an important part of our daily lives. The usage of a myriad of devices in self-organizing networks in a various fields such as home monitoring, medical and military etc. requires an efficient delivery of sensed information. For this necessity, a(More)
One of the main pervasive problems Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) encounter is to maintain flawless communication sharing and cooperative processing between sensors via radio links to ensure a reliable treatment of information. Many applications based on these WSNs consider local clocks at each sensor node that need to be synchronized to a common notion of(More)
Energy consumption is an important parameter in the context of the wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Several factors can cause energy over consumption such as mobility, node position (relay or gateway), retransmissions... In this paper, we described a new Energy-Degree Distance(EDD) Clustering Algorithm for the WSNs. A node with higher residual energy,(More)
—The clustering algorithm is one of technique used to reduce energy consumption. It can increase the lifetime and the scalability. Energy-efficient protocols should be designed for the characteristic of heterogeneous wireless sensors networks. In PC-LEACH, the cluster-heads are elected by a probability based on the min distance between node and base(More)
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