Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks II: Proceedings of the by Ryan E. Blace, Mohamed Eltoweissy (auth.), Ali Miri (eds.)

By Ryan E. Blace, Mohamed Eltoweissy (auth.), Ali Miri (eds.)

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Simulation results demonstrate that the CES scheme provides better performance than LEACH and LEACH-C in terms of the amount of data received at the base station during the network lifetime, as well as considerably outperforming LEACH in terms of the amount of data sent to the base station with the same amount of energy dissipation. With these results obtained, the CES scheme can provide good performance for coverage and broadcasting in MWSNs. Therefore, its evaluation could be the subject of future work.

1 Introduction Wireless ad hoc networks (WAHN) are flexible networks for which there is no need of a central coordinator and for which the numbers of nodes and the topology of the network are not predetermined. A WSN is a type of WAHN composed of nodes with sensing capability. There are important differences between WSN and WAHN [1]. WSAN have a larger number of nodes and are deployed in close proximity to the phenomena under study, the nodes mainly use a broadcast communication paradigm and the topology of the network can change constantly due, for example, to nodes prone to fail (usully nodes have limited power, computational capabilities and memory).

Pulse shape and duration, pulse position and frame time Tf ), and find for which pairs (Ns ,Nu ) the Gaussian assumption can be considered valid using an entropy test to determine Gaussianity. 1 Gaussianity Test. In this section we describe a procedure to determine the Gaussianity of a sample α of MAI. v. Let’s consider the following hypothesis testing H0 : α ∼ N (0, σ 2 ) H1 : α ∼ not N (0, σ 2 ) , (7) where α is assumed to have zero-mean and variance σ 2 , and N (·) is the normal distribution.

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