Energy balanced routing strategy in wireless sensor networks
Zhang, X. & Wu, Z. (2010). Energy balanced routing strategy in wireless sensor networks. Paper presented at the IEEE/IFIP international conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing: EUC 2010, Hong Kong, China.
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In order to tackle the energy hole problem of sensor networks, the non-uniform node deployment strategy was presented recently. For achieving the expected performance of this deployment method, nodes need to transmit data to the sink node through selecting a node in the adjacent inner-region decided by the deployment strategy. Since nodes near the outerboundary of a region will be covered by more nodes, the random selection method will cause the unbalanced energy consumption problem. In this paper, this issue is rigorously studied and a region constrained selection scheme is proposed based on the analytical result. Numerical and simulation results show that region constrained scheme can achieve acceptable performance improvements over random scheme.
Xiaoguang Zhang and Zheng da Wu. "Energy balanced routing strategy in wireless sensor networks" IEEE/IFIP international conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing: EUC 2010. Hong Kong. Dec. 2010.
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