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Topology Control with Better Radio Models: Implications for Energy and Multi-Hop Interference

Authors Paolo Santi, Douglas M. Blough, Mauro Leoncini, Giovanni Resta



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Paolo Santi
Douglas M. Blough
Mauro Leoncini
Giovanni Resta

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Paolo Santi, Douglas M. Blough, Mauro Leoncini, and Giovanni Resta. Topology Control with Better Radio Models: Implications for Energy and Multi-Hop Interference. In Geometry in Sensor Networks. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 7151, pp. 1-26, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2007)
https://doi.org/10.4230/DagSemProc.07151.3

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The goal of this talk is to understand the impact of simplifications done in modeling WSN on practical usefulness of the obtained theoretical results. We start with the well-know triangular inequality argument used to motivate construction of power-efficient topologies for WSN, and we show how considering realistic energy models, the conclusion drawn in classical results on power spanners (two short hops are better than a long one) is actually reversed. We then question about practical relevance of other metrics (e.g., low degree) considered very important in the topology control literature.
Keywords
  • Wireless ad hoc networks
  • wireless sensor networks
  • energy consumption
  • multi-hop intereference
  • topology control

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