Distributed Computing and Networking: 9th International by Sankar K. Pal (auth.), Shrisha Rao, Mainak Chatterjee,

By Sankar K. Pal (auth.), Shrisha Rao, Mainak Chatterjee, Prasad Jayanti, C. Siva Ram Murthy, Sanjoy Kumar Saha (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the ninth foreign convention on allotted Computing and Networking, ICDCN 2008 - previously referred to as IWDC (International Workshop on allotted Computing) - held in Kolkata, India, in January 2008.

The 30 revised complete papers and 27 revised brief papers offered including three keynote talks and 1 invited lecture have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 185 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on contract protocols, fault tolerance and synchronization, self-stabilization, scheduling, clustering, and knowledge mining, parallel architectures and algorithms, cellular brokers and cryptography within the allotted computing music and on sensor networks, net and safety, instant networks, advert hoc networks, optical networks, QoS and multimedia within the networking track.

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A deeper understanding of scheduling will potentially shed new light also on other advanced open problems. 3 Topology Control Energy is a scarce resource in wireless sensor networks. In a very general way, topology control can be considered as the task of, given a network communication graph, constructing a subgraph with certain desired properties while minimizing energy consumption. The subgraph needs to meet some requirements, the minimum requirement being to maintain connectivity. , the subgraph should not only be connected but a spanner of the original graph.

80–88. : Microeconomic Theory. : Power efficient data gathering and aggregation in wireless sensor networks. ch Abstract. While several important problems in the field of sensor networks have already been tackled, there is still a wide range of challenging, open problems that merit further attention. We present five theoretical problems that we believe to be essential to understanding sensor networks. The goal of this work is both to summarize the current state of research and, by calling attention to these fundamental problems, to spark interest in the networking community to attend to these and related problems in sensor networks.

3 The Model In this work, our main consideration is WSNs, where sensors periodically sense the environment and have data to send in each round (period) of communication. The problem lies in finding a routing scheme to deliver collected data from the designated sensors to the sink so that the expected network utility (in a round) is maximized. We assume that each sensor has only one unit of data to send in each round. We consider path-sharing to save energy because each packet has a minimum fixed overhead provided by the sequence number, the radio header and CRC, etc.

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