The growing maturity in WSNs technology is increasingly demanding for further effort to jointly consider functional effectiveness and non-functional constraints on the available energy and memory resources. A non-optimal configuration of the applicative layer, in fact, can neutralize the effort spent in enhancing the efficiency of the lower layers. This paper proposes an ILP model and a very fast and accurate heuristic for configuring the applicative domain of a WSN in order to maximize the lifetime of the network under both functional and non-functional constraints.

Towards Energy-Efficient Functional Configuration in WSNs

C. Brandolese;W. Fornaciari;L. Rucco;D. Zoni
2012

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The growing maturity in WSNs technology is increasingly demanding for further effort to jointly consider functional effectiveness and non-functional constraints on the available energy and memory resources. A non-optimal configuration of the applicative layer, in fact, can neutralize the effort spent in enhancing the efficiency of the lower layers. This paper proposes an ILP model and a very fast and accurate heuristic for configuring the applicative domain of a WSN in order to maximize the lifetime of the network under both functional and non-functional constraints.
PDeS - IFAC/IEEE International Conference on Programmable Devices and Embedded Systems
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