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Journal of Information Science and Engineering, Vol. 35 No. 5, pp. 937-958


Sensor Scheduling Schemes and Network Coverage in Dense Wireless Sensor Networks


SUNANDITA DEBNATH1,2 AND ASHRAF HOSSAIN1
1Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
National Institute of Technology Silchar
Assam, 788010 India

2Madanapalle Institute of Technology and Science
Andhra Pradesh, 517325 India
E-mail: {sunandita23.1990; ashrafiit}@gmail.com


Energy optimization is a critical issue in randomly deployed dense wireless sensor networks (WSNs). In dense WSNs, the transmitted signal from a source sensor suffers by the interfering signals from surrounding sensors and unwanted events. In such network scenarios nodes are more likely to become non-functional because of noisy environment and residual battery energy depletion etc. This further arises the need for redundant sensor deployment and an energy efficient solution is to schedule sensors to go into sleep state periodically. In this present paper, we address a probabilistic coordinated sensor scheduling scheme to overcome the redundancy in sensor deployment and conserve energy thus extending the overall network lifetime. This scheme uses the concept of inhibition distance of hard-core point process (HCPP) for coordination among sensors with little communication overhead. We analyze the influence of various channel parameters and interferers on sensor activation probability. Further, we perform Monte Carlo simulation and show that the coverage fraction achieved by the coordinated scheduling outperforms random scheduling at same active sensor density. We also study the impact of node failure and K-coverage degree on the achievable coverage fraction in interference limited WSNs.


Keywords: coordinated sensor scheduling, hard-core point process, coverage fraction, interference sensing channel model, node failure

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