Measures for Maximal Utilization of a Secure Wireless Sensor Network
Source: Santa Clara University
The authors come across a lot of scenarios where the authors wish to monitor every occurrence of a particular event remotely. For example, consider a battlefield wherein the footsteps of the enemy contingent are to be tracked. Or, let's take a more humane scenario of a forest wherein a team wants to analyze the movement patterns of a particular herd of animals for research purposes. In such a scenario, all they need to do is spread out sensors around the area to be tracked and monitor the signals from these sensors. The network formed by all these numerous sensors is called a Wireless Sensor Network.