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A Cross Model Approach to Support of QOS Parameters in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Recent advantages in wireless communication and electronics, lead to a large scale of sensor networks development and different usages possible. Specific traits of these networks such as dynamic treatment, large scale, long life-time and being multi-purpose with specific limitations of these kinds of networks such as limited bandwidth, low dry cell capacity, limited processor and memory are caused some difficulties in quality service support in sensor networks and deficiency in cultural service quality models. Cross layer design in networks to obtain optimum gain from sources is recently regarded. There are four categories in this technical research: First, tranquilization of limitations whereas all hardware layers are consume efficient in network energy. Second, yield system improvements are such as theoretical analyzes possible solutions and scalability solutions discussed. Third is quality requirement compliance. Fourth, earn the best sources impart.

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Computer and Electrical Engineering, 2008. ICCEE 2008. International Conference on

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20-22 Dec. 2008