Topology preserving maps from virtual coordinates for wireless sensor networks

@article{Dhanapala2010TopologyPM,
  title={Topology preserving maps from virtual coordinates for wireless sensor networks},
  author={Dulanjalie C. Dhanapala and Anura P. Jayasumana},
  journal={IEEE Local Computer Network Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={136-143}
}
A method of obtaining a topology preserving map from virtual coordinates of a sensor network is presented. In a Virtual Coordinate System (VCS), a node is identified by a vector containing its distances, in hops, to a set of nodes called anchors. VCS is a higher dimensional abstraction of the connectivity map of nodes, with dimensionality defined by the number of anchors. Physical layout information such as physical voids and even relative physical positions of sensor nodes with respect to X-Y… CONTINUE READING
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