Optimal Anycast Technique for Delay-Sensitive Energy-Constrained Asynchronous Sensor Networks

  title={Optimal Anycast Technique for Delay-Sensitive Energy-Constrained Asynchronous Sensor Networks},
  author={Joohwan Kim and Xiaojun Lin and Ness B. Shroff},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking},
In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), asynchronous sleep-wake scheduling protocols can be used to significantly reduce energy consumption without incurring the communication overhead for clock synchronization needed for synchronous sleep-wake scheduling protocols. However, these savings could come at a significant cost in delay performance. Recently, researchers have attempted to exploit the inherent broadcast nature of the wireless medium to reduce this delay with virtually no additional energy… CONTINUE READING
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