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Um Protocolo de Roteamento Configurável Baseado em Regras para Redes de Sensores Sem Fio

Daniel MacedoLuiz Henrique CorreiaAldri dos SantosAntonio Alfredo Ferreira LoureiroJosé Marcos Nogueira

Wireless sensor networks are ad hoc networks with severe resource constraints. These constraints preclude the use of traditional ad hoc protocols, and demand optimizations that incur in solutions specific to a class of applications. This article presents PROC, a protocol designed for continuous data dissemination networks, that interacts with the application to stablish routes. This mechanism allows the application to reconfigure PROC on runtime. A performance evaluation in topologies varying from 50 to 200 nodes showed that PROC increases network lifetime around 7% to 12%, and has higher through-put than EAD and TinyOS Beaconing. Furthermore, PROC presents a softer performance degradation when the number of nodes in the network increases.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br:8080/colecoes/sbrc/2005/007.pdf

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