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A Design of a Variable Interval Sensing Scheme for the Sensor Networks
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 Title & Authors
A Design of a Variable Interval Sensing Scheme for the Sensor Networks
Cha, Hyun-Chul;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a new energy efficient scheme which can prolong the life of sensor networks, it should be able to reduce the number of sensing. We use the concept of safe zone for manage the appropriate range of properties. We measure the distance between the sensed temperature value and the center of the zone, and calculate the next sensing interval based on this distance. We name our proposed scheme "VIS". To assess the performance of the proposed scheme the actual temperature data was collected using the sensor node. The algorithm was implemented through the programming and was evaluated in a variety of settings. Experimental results show that the proposed algorithm is to significantly reduce the number of sensing in terms of energy efficiency while having the ability to know the state of the sensor nodes periodically. Our VIS algorithm can be useful in applications which will require the ability of control to the temperature within a proper range.
 Keywords
Sensor Networks;Network Lifetime;Energy-efficient;Number of sensing;VIS algorithm;
 Language
Korean
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