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Stable Desynchronization for Wireless Sensor Networks: (I) Concepts and Algorithms

@article{Choochaisri2017StableDF,
  title={Stable Desynchronization for Wireless Sensor Networks: (I) Concepts and Algorithms},
  author={Supasate Choochaisri and Kittipat Apicharttrisorn and Chalermek Intanagonwiwat},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1704.07002}
}
Desynchronization is one of the primitive services for complex networks because it arranges nodes to take turns accessing a shared resource. TDMA is a practical application of desynchronization because it allows node to share a common medium. In this paper, we propose a novel desynchronization algorithm using artificial force field called Multi-hop Desynchronization With an ARtificial Force field or M-DWARF and use it to solve TDMA problems in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). M-DWARF solves… 

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