A Localized Multi-Hop Desynchronization Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks

@article{Kang2009ALM,
  title={A Localized Multi-Hop Desynchronization Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks},
  author={Hui Kang and Jennifer L. Wong},
  journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2009},
  year={2009},
  pages={2906-2910}
}
This paper presents a new desynchronization algorithm aimed at providing collision-free transmission scheduling for single-hop and acyclic multi-hop wireless sensor networks. The desynchronization approach is resilient to the hidden terminal problem and topology changes. Each node distributively converges upon a single collision-free transmission slot, utilizing only minimal neighbor information. In addition, we propose two strategies which facilitate increased convergence time. We evaluate the… 

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