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Analysis of Resource Increase and Decrease Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks

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3 Author(s)
Jaewon Kang ; Rutgers University, USA ; Yanyong Zhang ; B. Nath

In this paper, we first attempt to formally define the resource control framework that adjusts the resource provisioning at the hotspot during congestion. In an effort to find the optimal resource control under the fidelity and energy constraints, we present a resource increase and decrease algorithm called Early Increase/Early Decrease (EIED) that tries to adjust the effective channel capacity quickly to the incoming traffic volume in an energy-efficient manner, thereby increasing the fidelity (or accuracy) level observed by the application during congestion. Under the framework of energy-constrained optimization, we prove this algorithm incurs the lowest overhead of energy consumption for the given fidelity level that is required by the application.

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11th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC'06)

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26-29 June 2006