Distributed Critical Location Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks With Lifetime Constraint

In many surveillance scenarios, there are some known critical locations where the events of concern are expected to occur. A common goal in such applications is to use sensors to monitor these critical locations with sufficient quality of surveillance within a designated period. However, with limited sensing resources, the coverage and lifetime requirement may not be satisfied at the same time. Thus, sometimes the sensor needs to reduce its duty cycle in order to satisfy the stringent lifetime constraint. In this paper, the authors model the critical location coverage problem using a point coverage model with the objective of scheduling sensors to maximize the event detection probability while meeting the network lifetime requirement.

Provided by: The Pennsylvania State University Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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