More is More: The Benefits of Denser Sensor Deployment

Abstract

Positioning disk-shaped sensors to optimize certain coverage parameters is a fundamental problem in ad hoc sensor networks. The hexagon lattice arrangement is known to be optimally efficient in the plane, even though 20.9% of the area is unnecessarily covered twice, however, the arrangement is very rigid—any movement of a sensor from its… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2240092.2240096

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@article{Johnson2009MoreIM, title={More is More: The Benefits of Denser Sensor Deployment}, author={Matthew P. Johnson and Deniz Sari{\"o}z and Amotz Bar-Noy and Theodore Brown and Dinesh C. Verma and Chai Wah Wu}, journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2009}, year={2009}, pages={379-387} }