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DEEPS: Deterministic Energy-Efficient Protocol for Sensor networks

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2 Author(s)
Brinza, D. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Georgia State Univ., Atlanta, GA ; Zelikovsky, A.

Energy consumption in monitoring and communication protocols for wireless sensor networks became one of the most important performance objective. We assume a commonly accepted sensor network model in which sensors can interchange idle and active modes both for monitoring and communicating. We introduce a reliability requirement for distributed target-monitoring protocols and prove that previously considered protocols (P. Berman et al., 2004) are reliable. In this paper we propose a new deterministic energy-efficient protocol for sensor networks (DEEPS) aimed at prolonging the lifetime. We prove that DEEPS is reliable and compare DEEPS with several known target-monitoring protocols in NS2 environment using LEACH (W. Heizelman et al., 2002) protocol for data delivery to the base. We implemented the full-fledged simulation of the monitoring protocols on NS2 combined with LEACH as a communication protocol, and performed extensive experimental study of several protocols showing almost 2 times increase in the lifetime for DEEPS over known protocols

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Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking, and Parallel/Distributed Computing, 2006. SNPD 2006. Seventh ACIS International Conference on

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19-20 June 2006