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Issue No.11 - November (2010 vol.59)

pp: 1562-1575

Shouwen Lai , Virginia Tech, Blacksburg

Binoy Ravindran , Virginia Tech, Blacksburg

Hyeonjoong Cho , Korea University

DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/TC.2010.20

ABSTRACT

We present heterogenous quorum-based asynchronous wake-up scheduling schemes for wireless sensor networks. The schemes can ensure that two nodes that adopt different quorum systems as their wake-up schedules can hear each other at least once in bounded time intervals. We propose two such schemes: cyclic quorum system pair (cqs-pair) and grid quorum system pair (gqs-pair). The cqs-pair which contains two cyclic quorum systems provides an optimal solution, in terms of energy saving ratio, for asynchronous wake-up scheduling. To quickly assemble a cqs-pair, we present a fast construction scheme which is based on the multiplier theorem and the (N,k,M, {l})-difference pair defined by us. Regarding the gqs-pair, we prove that any two grid quorum systems will automatically form a gqs-pair. We further analyze the performance of both designs, in terms of average discovery delay, quorum ratio, and energy saving ratio. We show that our designs achieve better trade-off between the average discovery delay and quorum ratio (and thus energy consumption) for different cycle lengths. We implemented the proposed designs in a wireless sensor network platform of Telosb motes. Our implementation-based measurements further validate the analytically-established performance trade-off of our designs.

INDEX TERMS

Wake-up scheduling, asynchronous wake-up, quorum, wireless sensor networks, difference set, multiplier theorem.

CITATION

Shouwen Lai, Binoy Ravindran, Hyeonjoong Cho, "Heterogenous Quorum-Based Wake-Up Scheduling in Wireless Sensor Networks",

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