Optimal node scheduling for integrated connected-coverage in wireless sensor networks

@article{Aslanyan2013OptimalNS,
  title={Optimal node scheduling for integrated connected-coverage in wireless sensor networks},
  author={Levon H. Aslanyan and Hakob Aslanyan and Hamid Khosravi},
  journal={Ninth International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies Revised Selected Papers},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-13}
}
Wireless sensor hubs generally consist of three main parts, communication subsystem, processing subsystem and sensing subsystem, normally communication subsystem consume most of energy of a typical sensor node and this is as much energy that we can neglect the processing energy consumption. Energy consumption of the sensing subsystem depends on specific sensor type. Usually it's also much less than communication subsystem. Therefore in energy conservation scheme we generally consider only… CONTINUE READING

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