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Towards an optimal placement of sensors in Wireless Sensor Networks with dynamic routing

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2 Author(s)
Barragan, D.E. ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Univ. of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX ; Gonzalez, Virgilio

In recent years, to ensure reliable monitoring and analysis of unknown and untested environments, practitioners have started using Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), i.e., collections of tiny disposable, low-power devices, equipped with programmable computing, multiple-parameter-sensing, and wireless communication capacity, able to measure ambient conditions to detect some objects located or events happening around. Hundreds to thousands of unattended sensors forming a WSN communicate with each other and with a central base-station that, in its turn, communicates with the user(s). When designing a WSN, it is critically important to place the sensors and set up routing protocols in such a way as to maintain connectivity and maximize the network lifetime. In this paper, we describe techniques that maximize the network lifetime under the constraint that connectivity is preserved.

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Fuzzy Information Processing Society, 2008. NAFIPS 2008. Annual Meeting of the North American

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19-22 May 2008

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