The Reliability Performance of Wireless Sensor Networks Configured by Power-Law and Other Forms of Stochastic Node Placement

@inproceedings{ISHIZUKAa2004TheRP,
  title={The Reliability Performance of Wireless Sensor Networks Configured by Power-Law and Other Forms of Stochastic Node Placement},
  author={Mika ISHIZUKA†a and Masaki AIDA†b},
  year={2004}
}
  • Mika ISHIZUKA†a, Masaki AIDA†b
  • Published 2004
Sensor nodes are prone to failure and have limited power capacity, so the evaluation of fault tolerance and the creation of technology for improved tolerance are among the most important issues for wireless sensor networks. The placement of sensor nodes is also important, since this affects the availability of nodes within sensing range of a target in a given location and of routes to the base station. However, there has been little research on the placement of sensor nodes. Furthermore, all… CONTINUE READING
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