Connectivity Maintenance and Task Allocation for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

Connectivity Maintenance and Task Allocation for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

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To support communication among robots, we are proposing a connectivity maintenance system. We are defining a new graph property called k -redundancy and show that this property can be used to identify the importance of each node on the connectivity of the network. Once the importance of each node is determined, router robots can be placed around the more important nodes which improves the robustness of the network, and enables easier repair in case there are disconnections in the network. We show that the placement of router robots using this property can provide significant improvement on the connectivity of the network. We have studied this problem for mobile sensor networks, but this system is promising for all types of mobile ad-hoc networks.This transforms the network into a Voronoi diagram where nodes are located in Voronoi cells centered around robots. ... when the robot reaches the destination where it is supposed to repair connection, we assume that the node has failed.


Title:Connectivity Maintenance and Task Allocation for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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