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In this paper, we propose a new Dynamic Data- centric Storage (DDS) mechanism in wireless sensor network. DDS, which is aware of the data distributions of the network, dynamically adjusts the mappings from sensor readings to the storage points to reduce the cost of storing these readings, as well as to balance the storage and workload in the network. Moreover, it takes advantage of the GPSR routing protocol to store multiple copies of readings to improve the robustness of the network with little overhead. Simulation results show that the approach is more energy-efficient and robust than other data-centric schemes.
Date of Conference: 21-25 Sept. 2007