Download Handbook of Sensor Networks by Laurie Kelly PDF

By Laurie Kelly

Show description

Read or Download Handbook of Sensor Networks PDF

Best special topics books

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering

Below the path of John Enderle, Susan Blanchard and Joe Bronzino, leaders within the box have contributed chapters at the so much appropriate matters for biomedical engineering scholars. those chapters coincide with classes provided in all biomedical engineering courses in order that it may be used at diverse degrees for quite a few classes of this evolving box.

Allenby's Military Medicine: Life and Death World War I Palestine

This publication analyzes the scientific providers of the Egyptian Expeditionary strength below the command of common Allenby throughout the Palestine Campaigns of 1917-18. It describes the struggle opposed to epidemic illness encouraged via common Allenby's exact angle in the direction of the wellbeing and fitness of the troops and to army medication and the advancements in military-medical association and surgical procedure at the battlefield in the course of those campaigns.

Presenting Toxicology Results

Written in the sort of method as to make it obtainable to toxicologists who shouldn't have English as a primary language, this booklet specializes in comparing, examining and reporting result of regulatory toxicology experiences.

A History of Self-Harm in Britain: A Genealogy of Cutting and Overdosing

This publication is open entry below a CC by means of license and charts the increase and fall of varied self-harming behaviours in twentieth-century Britain. It places self-cutting and overdosing into old point of view, linking them to the large adjustments that happen in psychological and actual healthcare, social paintings and wider politics.

Additional info for Handbook of Sensor Networks

Sample text

Routing, ARQ schemes, size of packet headers, number of beacons and other infrastructure packets) determines the energy efficiency. 3 Node Distribution and Mobility Regular grids (square, triangle, hexagon) and uniformly random distributions are widely used analytically tractable models. The latter can be problematic because nodes can be arbitrarily close, leading to unrealistic received power levels if the path attenuation is assumed to be proportional to da. Regular grids overlaid with Gaussian variations in the positions may be more accurate.

Com. 10. S. B. Abu–Ghazaleh, and W. Heinzelman, A taxonomy of wireless micro-sensor network models, ACM Mobile Computing Commun. , 6(2), 28–36, 2002. 11. B. P. Chandrakasan, and H. Balakrishnan, An application-specific protocol architecture for wireless microsensor networks, IEEE Trans. , 1, 660–670, Oct. 2002. 12. J. Kulik, W. Heinzelman, and H. Balakrishnan, Negotiation-based protocols for disseminating information in wireless sensor networks, Wireless Networks, 8, 169–185, March–May 2002. 13.

Hanly, Effective bandwidths in wireless networks with multiuser receivers, in IEEE INFOCOM, 35–42, 1998. 28. M. Gastpar and M. Vetterli, On the capacity of wireless networks: the relay case, in IEEE INFOCOM, New York, 2002. 29. G. Mergen and L. Tong, On the capacity of regular wireless networks with transceiver multipacket communication, in IEEE Int. Symp. Inf. Theory, Lausanne, Switzerland, 350, 2002. 30. S. Toumpis and A. Goldsmith, Capacity regions for wireless ad hoc networks, IEEE Trans. , 2, 736–748, July 2003.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.49 of 5 – based on 34 votes