Randomly Deployed Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Release Date : 18 June 2020
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Genre : Computers
  • Pages : 134 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128227718
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Download or read book entitled Randomly Deployed Wireless Sensor Networks by author: Xi Chen which was release on 18 June 2020 and published by Elsevier with total page 134 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. Wireless sensor networks have a range of applications, including military uses and in environmental monitoring. When an area of interest is inaccessible by conventional means, such a network can be deployed in ways resulting in a random distribution of the sensors. Randomly Deployed Wireless Sensor Networks offers a probabilistic method to model and analyze these networks. The book considers the network design, coverage, target detection, localization and tracking of sensors in randomly deployed wireless networks, and proposes a stochastic model. It quantifies the relationship between parameters of the network and its performance, and puts forward a communication protocol. The title provides analyses and formulas, giving engineering insight into randomly deployed wireless sensor networks. Five chapters consider the analysis of coverage performance; working modes and scheduling mechanisms; the relationship between sensor behavior and network performance properties; probabilistic forwarding routing protocols; localization methods for multiple targets and target number estimation; and experiments on target localization and tracking with a Mica sensor system. Details a probabilistic method to model and analyze randomly deployed wireless sensor networks Gives working modes and scheduling mechanisms for sensor nodes, allowing high-probability of target detection Considers the relationship between sensor behaviour and network performance and lifetime Offers probabilistic forwarding routing protocols for randomly deployed wireless sensor networks Describes a method for localizing multiple targets and estimating their number