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Exploiting Addresses Correlation to Maximize Lifetime of IPv6 Cluster-based WSNs

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Abstract

Improving the network lifetime is an important design criterion for wireless sensor networks. To achieve this goal, we propose in this paper a novel approach which applies source-coding on addresses in heterogeneous IPv6 Cluster-based wireless sensor network. We formulate the problem of maximiz- ing the network lifetime when Slepian-wolf coding is applied on addresses in network composed of line-powered and battery- powered sensors. This problem optimizes the placement of line- powered sensors to enable the battery-powered ones to exploit the addresses correlation and reduce the size of their emitted packets and thus improve the network lifetime. The numerical results show that a significant network lifetime improvement can be achieved (about 25% in typical scenario).
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hal-00647870 , version 1 (02-12-2011)

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Leila Ben Saad, Bernard Tourancheau. Exploiting Addresses Correlation to Maximize Lifetime of IPv6 Cluster-based WSNs. WiMob, the International conference on wireless and mobile computing, networking and communications, STWiMob workshop, Oct 2011, Sanghai, China. ⟨hal-00647870⟩
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