Node Scheduling in Wireless Sensor Network to Remove Data Conflict

Recently, the idea of wireless sensor networks has attracted a great deal of research attention due to wide ranged potential applications that will be enabled by wireless sensor networks, such as battlefield surveillance, machine failure diagnosis, biological detection, home security, smart spaces, inventory tracking, etc. A wireless sensor network consists of tiny sensing devices, deployed in a region of interest. Each device has processing and wireless communication capabilities, which enable it to gather information from the environment and to generate and deliver report messages to the remote base station (remote user). The base station aggregates and analyzes the report messages received and decides whether there is an unusual or concerned event occurrence in the deployed area.

Provided by: International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering Topic: Mobility Date Added: May 2013 Format: PDF

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