EHPBS: Energy harvesting prediction based scheduling in wireless sensor networks
2013 4th Annual International Conference on Energy Aware Computing Systems and Applications, ICEAC 2013
IEEE Computer Society
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The clustering algorithms designed for traditional sensor networks have been adapted for energy harvesting sensor networks (EHWSN). However, in these algorithms, the intra-cluster MAC protocols to be used were either not defined at all or they were TDMA based. These TDMA based MAC protocols are not specified except for the fact that cluster heads assign time slots to their members in a random manner. In this paper, we will modify this TDMA based scheduling as follows: members will request a time slot depending on their energy prediction and the cluster heads will assign these slots to members. This method will increase the network lifetime. The proof will be given with simulations. © 2013 IEEE.
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