Advanced Sensor Deployment and Scheduling for Target Coverage Problem in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Format: Volume 3, Issue 1, No 5, 2015.

Copyright: All Rights Reserved ©2015

Year of Publication: 2015

Author: R.Agalyadevi, V.Brinda, M.Subhashini

Reference:IJCS-093

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Abstract

Network lifetime plays an integral role in setting up an efficient wireless sensor network. The objective of this paper is twofold. The first one is to deploy sensor nodes at optimal locations such that the theoretically computed network lifetime is maximum. The second is to schedule these sensor nodes such that the network attains the maximum lifetime.

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Keywords

Wireless sensor networks, target coverage, sensor deployment, k-coverage, Q-coverage.

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