Adaptive Duty-Cycling to Enhance Topology Control Schemes in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Cha, Myungsu; Kim, Mihui; Kim, Dongsoo S.; Choo, Hyunseung;

To prolong the network lifetime, various scheduling approaches that schedule wireless devices of nodes to switch between active and sleep states have been studied. Topology control schemes are one of the scheduling approaches that can extend the network lifetime and red... View more
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