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IEEE Paper Base : IEEE Tansactions on Mobile Computing
IEEE Paper Title : A Distributed and Scalable Time Slot Allocation Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
Paper Authors :
Chih-Kuang Lin, Student Member, IEEE,
Vladimir I. Zadorozhny, Member, IEEE,
Prashant V. Krishnamurthy, Member, IEEE,
Ho-Hyun Park, and Chan-Gun Lee
IEEE Base paper introduction :
There are performance inadequacies that slow down the implementation of Wireless Indicator Systems (WSNs) in critical tracking programs. Such programs are recognized by considerable network load generated as a result of detecting some features of the supervised system. Excessive bundle mishaps lead to bundle failures and retransmissions, resulting in significant expenses and latency. In order to address this issue, we introduce a distributed and scalable organizing access scheme that mitigates high information decrease in data-intensive sensor networks and can also manage some flexibility.
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Our approach relieves indication mishaps by employing virtual plants that adopt Latina Pieces features to time port projects. We show that our algorithm comes issue spare time port allowance daily activities without running into global expense in organizing. Furthermore, we verify the effectiveness of our protocol by simulator tests. The results demonstrate that our technique can efficiently manage sensor flexibility with acceptable information reduction, low bundle delay, and low expense.