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An Improved Routing Schema with Special Clustering Using PSO Algorithm for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Network
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A special clustering method called Energy Centers Searching using Particle Swarm Optimization (EC-PSO) is presented to avoid these energy holes and search energy centers for CHs selection. Expand
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Energy Efficient Routing Algorithm with Mobile Sink Support for Wireless Sensor Networks
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In this paper, we present an energy efficient routing schema combined with clustering and sink mobility technology to improve the performance of WSNs. Expand
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A PSO based Energy Efficient Coverage Control Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks
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In this paper, we present a novel coverage control algorithm based on Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) for WSNs. Expand
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An Enhanced PEGASIS Algorithm with Mobile Sink Support for Wireless Sensor Networks
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An Enhanced Power Efficient Gathering in Sensor Information Systems (EPEGASIS) algorithm is proposed to alleviate the hot spots problem from four aspects. Expand
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An intelligent data gathering schema with data fusion supported for mobile sink in wireless sensor networks
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We present an intelligent data gathering schema with data fusion called IDGS-DF to improve network performance. Expand
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An Affinity Propagation-Based Self-Adaptive Clustering Method for Wireless Sensor Networks
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We propose an affinity propagation-based self-adaptive (APSA) clustering method for wireless sensor network (WSN). Expand
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An empirical study on crash recovery bugs in large-scale distributed systems
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We present CREB, the most comprehensive study on 103 Crash REcovery Bugs from four popular open-source distributed systems, including ZooKeeper, Hadoop MapReduce, Cassandra and HBase. Expand
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Delayed response in the Hawk Dove game
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We show that when the Hawk-Dove game is stable, having a long memory is beneficial but that instability, which may be produced by excessively long memory, hands the advantage to those with shorter memories. Expand
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Receding horizon tracking control for wheeled mobile robots with time-delay
In this paper, a receding horizon (RH) controller is developed for tracking control of wheeled mobile robots (WMRs) subject to nonholonomic constraint in the environments without obstacles. TheExpand
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