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Limited Flooding Scheme in Mobile Sensor Networks
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 Title & Authors
Limited Flooding Scheme in Mobile Sensor Networks
Lee, Ick-Soo; Lee, Eung-Joo;
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 Abstract
Mobile Sensor Networks (MSN) is composed of a distributed collection of mobile sensor nodes, each of which has sensing, computation, communication and locomotion capabilities. Since the routing path can be broken when some nodes on the path move to other position, MSN may have a high rate of communication failure. So, MSN has to provide a means for low-cost and low-power routing to support mobility of sensor nodes. In this paper, a limited flooding scheme for routing in MSN is proposed to allow efficient energy utilization without requiring any complicated tasks for path maintenance.
 Keywords
Mobile Sensor Networks:Routing: Flooding;
 Language
English
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