Soochang Park

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Void areas (holes) as an inevitable phenomenon exist in geographic routing of wireless sensor networks, because the unpredictable and harsh nature application environment or uneven energy consumption. Most of the existing schemes for the issue tend to construct a static detour path to bypass a hole. The static detour path may lead to uneven energy(More)
The cluster between Internet of Things (IoT) and social networks (SNs) enables the connection of people to the ubiquitous computing universe. In this framework, the information coming from the environment is provided by the IoT, and the SN brings the glue to allow human-to-device interactions. This paper explores the novel paradigm for ubiquitous computing(More)
Geographic routing has been considered as an efficient, simple, and scalable routing protocol for wireless sensor networks since it exploits pure location information instead of global topology information to route data packets. Geographic routing requires the sources nodes to be aware of the location of the sinks. How can source nodes get sinks locations(More)
Traditionally, geocasting has been known as the appropriate scheme for providing effective data dissemination from a source to all nodes in a geographically restricted region. However, since the geocasting typically assumes the restricted region is stationary, it is hard to directly adopt the traditional geocasting in order to offer effective data delivery(More)
Void areas (holes) are hardly avoided in sensor networks either because of various actual geographical environments, e.g., puddles, buildings or obstacles, or uneven energy consumption. To bypass holes, most existing geographic routing protocols tend to route data packets along the boundaries of holes. Generally, a data packet will be either forwarded along(More)
In wireless sensor networks, real-time data delivery schemes typically achieve a desired delivery speed by proactively performing one-hop lookahead. Recently, to reduce the deadline miss ratio against the desired delivery speed, a study has proposed a real-time routing protocol based on proactively performing twohop lookahead. However, the recent study(More)
In wireless sensor networks, with respect to a desired time deadline real-time data dissemination schemes achieve that by a spatiotemporal communication approach forwarding data from a source to a destination with a delivery speed. The delivery speed is typically obtained from both the static distance from the source to the destination and the interval of(More)