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—Interference modeling is crucial for the performance of numerous WSN protocols such as congestion control, link/channel scheduling, and reliable routing. In particular, understanding and mitigating interference becomes increasingly important for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) as they are being deployed for many data-intensive applications such as(More)
—Multi-channel design has received significant attention for low-power wireless networks (LWNs), such as 802.15.4-based wireless sensor networks, due to its potential of mitigating interference and improving network capacity. However, recent studies reveal that the number of orthogonal channels available on commodity wireless platforms is small, which(More)
—The increasing demand for media-rich content has driven many efforts to redesign the Internet architecture. As one of the major candidates, information-centric network (ICN) has attracted significant attention, where in-network cache is a key component in different ICN architectures. In this paper, we propose a novel framework for optimal cache management(More)
—Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are increasingly available for mission-critical applications such as emergency management and health care. To meet the stringent requirements on communication performance, it is crucial to understand the complex wireless interference among sensor nodes. Recent empirical studies suggest that the packet-level interference(More)
—Opportunistic routing and asynchronous sleep are both recent techniques those change the traditional way of routing and MAC layer implementation. The existing opportunistic routing schemes, designed for increasing throughput of connection rather than saving energy, are not appropriate for Wireless Sensor Networks due to low energy efficiency caused by(More)