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Energy Minimization Scheme for Cluster based Sensor Networks

@inproceedings{Jayaparvathy2009EnergyMS,
  title={Energy Minimization Scheme for Cluster based Sensor Networks},
  author={Raman Jayaparvathy and Rajagopal Maheswar},
  year={2009}
}
Wireless sensor networks consist of spatially distributed sensor devices with sensing, computation capabilities and wireless communication. A critical issue in wireless sensor networks is the limited availability of energy and hence optimizing energy is very important. In any sensor node, transitions from idle to busy state and vice versa consume most of the energy. We propose a new scheme to reduce the energy consumption of nodes by reducing the number of transitions of the sensor node based… Expand

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