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TDMA-ASAP: Sensor Network TDMA Scheduling with Adaptive Slot-Stealing and Parallelism

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3 Author(s)
Gobriel, S. ; Intel Commun. Technol. Lab., CA, USA ; Mosse, D. ; Cleric, R.

TDMA has been proposed as a MAC protocol for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) due to its efficiency in high WSN load. However, TDMA is plagued with shortcomings; we present modifications to TDMA that will allow for the same efficiency of TDMA, while allowing the network to conserve energy during times of low load (when there is no activity being detected). Recognizing that aggregation plays an essential role in WSNs, TDMA-ASAP adds to TDMA: (a) transmission parallelism based on a level-by-level localized graph-coloring, (b) appropriate sleeping between transmissions (ldquonappingrdquo), (c) judicious and controlled TDMA slot stealing to avoid empty slots to be unused and (d) intelligent scheduling/ordering transmissions. Our results show that TDMA-ASAP's unique combination of TDMA, slot-stealing, napping, and message aggregation significantly outperforms other hybrid WSN MAC algorithms and has a performance that is close to optimal in terms of energy consumption and overall delay.

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Distributed Computing Systems, 2009. ICDCS '09. 29th IEEE International Conference on

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22-26 June 2009

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