Modeling the impact of clustering on the lifetime of wireless sensor networks

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Madipour, Farhad
Rahman, M.F.
Murakami, K.J.
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2015-03
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wireless sensor networks (WSN)
clustering
energy consumption
network lifetime
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Mehdipour, F., Rahman, M F., & Murakami, K J. (2015, March). Modeling the Impact of Clustering on the Lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks. Paper presented at The 3rd International Japan-Egypt Conference on Electronics, Communications, Computers (JEC-ECC), Fukuoka, Japan.
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Energy efficiency and network lifetime are the most critical issues for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Clustering is one of the well-known techniques for reducing energy consumption of the network and improving its lifetime as well. However, clustering itself is time- and energy-consuming. For this reason, it is crucial to determine an appropriate clustering frequency so that the network lifetime is maximized. We formulate this problem and sketch a guideline on acquiring an optimal number of clusterings.
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