Spatiotemporal multicast in sensor networks

@inproceedings{Huang2003SpatiotemporalMI,
  title={Spatiotemporal multicast in sensor networks},
  author={Qingfeng Huang and Chenyang Lu and G. Roman},
  booktitle={SenSys '03},
  year={2003}
}
Sensor networks often involve the monitoring of mobile phenomena. We believe this task can be facilitated by a spatiotemporal multicast protocol which we call "mobicast". Mobicast is a novel spatiotemporal multicast protocol that distributes a message to nodes in a delivery zone that evolves over time in some predictable manner. A key advantage of mobicast lies in its ability to provide reliable and just-in-time message delivery to mobile delivery zones on top of a random network topology… Expand
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Number : WUCSE-2003-45 2003-05-21 Design and Analysis of Spatiotemporal Multicast Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks
We propose a new multicast communication paradigm called “spatiotemporal multicast” for supporting applications which require spatiotemporal coordination in wireless sensor networks. In this paper weExpand
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