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Energy efficient k-anycast routing in multi-sink wireless networks with guaranteed delivery

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Abstract

In k-anycasting, a sensor wants to report event information to any k sinks in the network. This is important to gain in reliability and efficiency in wireless sensor and actor networks. In this paper, we describe KanGuRou, the first position-based energy efficient k-anycast routing which guarantees the packet delivery to k sinks as long as the connected component that contains s also contains sufficient number of sinks. A node s running KanGuRou first computes a tree including k sinks among the M available ones, with weight as low as possible. If this tree has m ≥ 1 edges originated at node s, s duplicates the message m times and runs m times KanGuRou over a subset of defined sinks. Simulation results show that KanGuRou allows up to 62% of energy saving compared to plain anycasting.
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hal-00686691 , version 1 (10-07-2012)

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Nathalie Mitton, David Simplot-Ryl, Marie-Emilie Voge, Lei Zhang. Energy efficient k-anycast routing in multi-sink wireless networks with guaranteed delivery. 11th International Conference on Ad-Hoc Networks and Wireless, Jul 2012, Belgrade, Serbia. ⟨hal-00686691⟩
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