Tradeoff Between Sensing Quality and Network Lifetime for Heterogeneous Target Coverage Using Directional Sensor Nodes

@article{Sharmin2017TradeoffBS,
  title={Tradeoff Between Sensing Quality and Network Lifetime for Heterogeneous Target Coverage Using Directional Sensor Nodes},
  author={Selina Sharmin and Fernaz Narin Nur and Md. Abdur Razzaque and Md. Mustafizur Rahman and Ahmad S. Almogren and Mohammad Mehedi Hassan},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={15490-15504}
}
Conventional researches on target coverage in directional sensor networks (DSNs) mainly focus to increase the network lifetime, overlooking the coverage quality of targets, especially they don’t consider the targets that have heterogeneous coverage requirements. Increasing sensing quality is of the utmost importance to ensure comfort living in smart cities. In this paper, we have designed a generalized framework, namely maximizing coverage quality with minimum number of sensors in DSN (MQMS-DSN… CONTINUE READING

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