ART: an asymmetric and reliable transport mechanism for wireless sensor networks

@article{Tezcan2007ARTAA,
  title={ART: an asymmetric and reliable transport mechanism for wireless sensor networks},
  author={Nurcan Tezcan and Wenye Wang},
  journal={Int. J. Sens. Networks},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={188-200}
}
Existing solutions for reliable data transmission in wireless networks are aimed to offer reliable message or per transport segment delivery. However, densely deployed sensor nodes can generate many redundant messages that essentially indicate the same event from the area of interest, thus this message-level reliability can pose significantly high and unnecessary communication overhead. In this paper, we address the reliability problem by defining event reliability and query reliability to… 
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