Highly-resilient, energy-efficient multipath routing in wireless sensor networks

@inproceedings{Ganesan2001HighlyresilientEM,
  title={Highly-resilient, energy-efficient multipath routing in wireless sensor networks},
  author={Deepak Ganesan and Ramesh Govindan and Scott Shenker and Deborah Estrin},
  booktitle={MobiHoc '01},
  year={2001}
}
Previously proposed sensor network data dissemination schemes require periodic low-rate flooding of data in order to allow recovery from failure. We consider constructing two kinds of multipaths to enable energy efficient recovery from failure of the shortest path between source and sink. Disjoint multipath has been studied in the liteature. w propose a model braided multipath scheme, which results in several partially disjoint multipath schemes. We find that braided multipaths are a viable… CONTINUE READING

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