Determining the Routing Path for In-network Aggregation

@article{Zhao2006DeterminingTR,
  title={Determining the Routing Path for In-network Aggregation},
  author={Xiwei Zhao and S. Kami Makki and Niki Pissinou},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Hybrid Information Technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={318-327}
}
The wireless sensor network (WSN), is a type of selforganized distribution system without complex infrastructure requirement. However, WSN¿s independence and un-attended usage limit its power supply and life expectancy. These become a critical issue for any WSN implementation. The in-network processing which, intends to minify data volume locally can greatly reduce the energy consumption of data delivery over a long distance to the sink. However, open problems are still remain with in-network… CONTINUE READING

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