Fault-tolerant clustering of wireless sensor networks

@inproceedings{Gupta2003FaulttolerantCO,
  title={Fault-tolerant clustering of wireless sensor networks},
  author={Gaurav Gupta and Mohamed F. Younis},
  booktitle={WCNC},
  year={2003}
}
During the past few years distributed wireless sensor networks have been the focus of considerable research for both military and civil applications. Sensors are generally constrained in on-board energy supply therefore efficient management of the network is crucial to extend the life of the system. Sensors’ energy cannot support long haul communication to reach a remote command site, thus they require multi-tier architecture to forward data. An efficient way to enhance the lifetime of the… CONTINUE READING

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