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Volume & Issue no: Volume 3, Issue 5, September - October 2014

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Title:
Minimum Coverage Design in Wireless Surveillance Networks
Author Name:
Zhilbert Tafa
Abstract:
Abstract This paper presents a new application-oriented review on analysis and improvement of the primary QoS indicators of the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications described in the context and scope of the newly introduced concept of minimum coverage. Although crucial and design-critical, especially in the quasi-randomly deployed networks, so far, the problem of minimum coverage is mainly treated regarding a specific implementation and/or in the process of the (energy) optimization, implicitly encapsulated in one of the general definitions of coverage. Based on the existing work related to the particular implementations, the paper provides a more generic design-based and application-centered approach to the evaluation and improvement of the minimum coverage for a wide range of applications. Furthermore, and in contrast to the previous surveys on this topic, the critical variables that influence the minimum coverage are clustered and sublimated into categories that are further sub-clustered, described, and compared regarding the application-specific requirements. A newly introduced cross-cluster design-oriented scheme that takes the application requirement as an input and sequentially involves various variables towards the process of evaluation and/or improvement of the minimum coverage, aims also to serve as a literature-based systemized guideline on establishing the working point of the WSN application. Keywords: Coverage, Detectability, Deployment, Modeling, Sensing Models, Wireless Sensor Networks
Cite this article:
Zhilbert Tafa , " Minimum Coverage Design in Wireless Surveillance Networks " , International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) , Volume 3, Issue 5, September - October 2014 , pp. 022-037 , ISSN 2278-6856.
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