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Parallel and Distributed Computing, International Symposium on (2006)
Timisoara, Romania
July 6, 2006 to July 9, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2638-1
pp: 148-154
Chuan Lin , Wuhan University, China
Yan-Xiang He , Wuhan University, China
Naixue Xiong , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Wuhan University, China
Wireless sensor networks play a key role in monitoring remote or inhospitable physical environments. One of the most important constraints is the energy efficiency problem. Power conservation and power management must be taken into account at all levels of the sensor networks system hierarchy. DPM (Dynamic Power Management) technology has been widely used in sensor networks. In this paper, we propose a new energy-efficient DPM, which is a modified sleep state policy developed by Simunic and Chdrakasan in [1] and combined with Optimal Geographical Density Control (OGDC) [22] to keep a minimal number of sensor nodes in the active mode in wireless sensor networks. Implementing dynamic power management with considering the battery status, probability of event generation and OGDC will reduce the energy consumption and prolong the whole lifetime of the sensor networks.

N. Xiong, Y. He and C. Lin, "An Energy-Efficient Dynamic Power Management in Wireless Sensor Networks," 2006 5th International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing(ISPDC), Timisoara, 2006, pp. 148-154.
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