|Book Name:||Theory and Practice of Wireless Sensor Networks: Cover, Sense, and Inform|
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This book aims to develop a reader’s thorough understanding of the challenges and opportunities of two networks, namely k-covered wireless sensor networks and k-barrier covered wireless sensor networks. It presents a variety of theoretical studies based on percolation theory, convexity theory, and applied computational geometry, as well as the algorithms and protocols that are essential to their design, analysis, and development. Particularly, this book focuses on the cover, sense, and inform (CSI) paradigm with the goal of building a unified framework, where connected k-coverage (or k-barrier coverage), sensor scheduling, and geographic data forwarding, gathering, and delivery are jointly considered. It provides the interested reader with a fine study of the above networks, which can be covered in introductory and advanced courses on wireless sensor networks. This book is useful to senior undergraduate and graduate students in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, information science, information technology, mathematics, and any related discipline. Also, it is of interest to computer scientists, researchers, and practitioners in academia and industry with interest in these two networks from their deployment until data gathering and delivery.
Theory and Practice of Wireless Sensor Networks: Cover, Sense, and Inform PDF
Author(s): Habib M. Ammari
Series: Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, 214
Publisher: Springer, Year: 2022