Topology management for sensor networks: exploiting latency and density

  title={Topology management for sensor networks: exploiting latency and density},
  author={Curt Schurgers and Vlasios Tsiatsis and Saurabh Ganeriwal and Mani B. Srivastava},
In wireless sensor networks, energy efficiency is crucial to achieve satisfactory network lifetime. In order to reduce the energy consumption of a node significantly, its radio needs to be turned off. Yet, some nodes have to participate in multi-hop packet forwarding. We tackle this issue by exploiting two degrees of freedom in topology management: the path setup latency and the network density. First, we propose a new technique called Sparse Topology and Energy Management (STEM), which… CONTINUE READING
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