On efficient clustering of wireless sensor networks

@article{Younis2006OnEC,
  title={On efficient clustering of wireless sensor networks},
  author={Mohamed Saad Younis and Poonam Munshi and Garima Gupta and S. M. Elsharkawy},
  journal={Second IEEE Workshop on Dependability and Security in Sensor Networks and Systems},
  year={2006},
  pages={10 pp.-91}
}
Wireless sensor networks are poised to increase the efficiency of many applications, such as target detection and disaster management. Typically sensors collect data about their surrounding and forward it to a command center, either directly or through a base-station (gateway). Due to inhospitable conditions, sensors may not always be uniformly deployed in the area of interest. Some sensors can be unreachable to the gateway due to their distance or the existence of obstacles in their… CONTINUE READING
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