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Methods for scalable self-assembly of ad hoc wireless sensor networks

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6 Author(s)
Sohrabi, K. ; Sensoria Corp., Culver City, CA, USA ; Merrill, W. ; Elson, J. ; Girod, L.
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In distributed wireless sensing applications such as unattended ground sensor systems, remote planetary exploration, and condition-based maintenance, where the deployment site is remote and/or the scale of the network is large, individual emplacement and configuration of the sensor nodes is difficult. Hence, network self-assembly and continuous network self-organization during the lifetime of the network in a reliable, efficient, and scalable manner are crucial for successful deployment and operation of such networks. This paper provides an overview of the concept of network self-assembly for ad hoc wireless sensor networks at the link layer, with descriptions of results from implementation of a novel network formation mechanism for wireless unattended ground sensor applications using a multicluster hierarchical topology and a novel dual-radio architecture.

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Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Oct.-Dec. 2004

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