Investigating upper bounds on network lifetime extension for cell-based energy conservation techniques in stationary ad hoc networks

@inproceedings{Blough2002InvestigatingUB,
  title={Investigating upper bounds on network lifetime extension for cell-based energy conservation techniques in stationary ad hoc networks},
  author={Douglas M. Blough and Paolo Santi},
  booktitle={MobiCom},
  year={2002}
}
Cooperative cell-based strategies have been recently proposed as a technique for extending the lifetime of wireless ad hoc networks, while only slightly impacting network performance. The effectiveness of this approach depends heavily on the node density: the higher it is, the more consistent energy savings can potentially be achieved. However, no general analyses of network lifetime have been done either for a base network (one without any energy conservation technique) or for one using… CONTINUE READING
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