Wiwek P. Deshmukh

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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are employed in many applications in order to collect data. One key challenge is to minimize energy consumption to prolong network lifetime. A scheme of making some nodes asleep and estimating their values according to the other active nodespsila readings has been proved energy-efficient. For the purpose of improving the(More)
In sensor networks, it is desired to conserve energy so that the network lifetime can be maximized. An efficient approach to prolong the network lifetime is to identify a schedule for all the sensors, indicating which subset of the sensors can be active during the current time slot. Furthermore, to ensure the quality of surveillance, some applications(More)
Data estimation is emerging as a powerful strategy for energy conservation in sensor networks. In this thesis is reported a technique, called Data Estimation using Physical Method (DEPM), that efficiently conserves battery power in an environment that may take a variety of complex manifestations in real situations. The methodology can be ported easily with(More)
Data estimation is emerging as a powerful strategy for energy conservation in sensor networks. In this thesis is reported a technique, called Data Estimation using Physical Method (DEPM), that efficiently conserves battery power in an environment that may take a variety of complex manifestations in real situations. The methodology can be ported easily with(More)
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