Automated Construction of Fast and Accurate System-Level Models for Wireless Sensor Networks

Rapidly and accurately estimating the impact of design decisions on performance metrics is critical to both the manual and automated design of wireless sensor networks. Estimating system-level performance metrics such as lifetime, data loss rate, and network connectivity is particularly challenging because they depend on many factors, including network design and structure, hardware characteristics, communication protocols, and node reliability. This paper describes a new method for automatically building efficient and accurate predictive models for a wide range of system-level performance metrics. These models can be used to eliminate or reduce the need for simulation during design space exploration.

Provided by: University of Michigan Topic: Mobility Date Added: Feb 2011 Format: PDF

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