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Fair data collection scheme in wireless sensor networks

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5 Author(s)
Liaojun, Pang ; School of Life Sciences and Technology, Xidian University, Xi''an 710071, China ; Huixian, Li ; Qingqi, Pei ; Nengbin, Liu
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To solve the slow congestion detection and rate convergence problems in the existing rate control based fair data collection schemes, a new fair data collection scheme is proposed, which is named the improved scheme with fairness or ISWF for short. In ISWF, a quick congestion detection method, which combines the queue length with traffic changes of a node, is used to solve the slow congestion detection problem, and a new solution, which adjusts the rate of sending data of a node by monitoring the channel utilization rate, is used to solve the slow convergence problem. At the same time, the probability selection method is used in ISWF to achieve the fairness of channel bandwidth utilization. Experiment and simulation results show that ISWF can effectively reduce the reaction time in detecting congestion and shorten the rate convergence process. Compared with the existing tree-based fair data collection schemes, ISWF can achieve better fairness in data collection and reduce the transmission delay effectively, and at the same time, it can increase the average network throughput by 9.1% or more.

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Communications, China  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2013

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