An overview of performance trade-off mechanisms in routing protocol for green wireless sensor networks

  title={An overview of performance trade-off mechanisms in routing protocol for green wireless sensor networks},
  author={Teng Gao and Jin Yan Song and Ji-Yan Zou and Jin-Hua Ding and De-Quan Wang and Rencheng Jin},
  journal={Wireless Networks},
Along with the development of the technologies of various kinds, wireless sensor networks are gradually entering into the practicalization phase. Therefore, whether its performance is good or not will directly affect the use of WSNs. Routing is one of the most important technologies. In addition, the routing performance is a significant part of the evaluation index system of wireless sensor networks. Energy efficiency is focused on in the traditional routing protocols, while quality of service… 

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    2013 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC)
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