Wireless Sensor Networks: Theory and Practice for Deployment addresses WSNs deployment, a mandatory and critical step in the process of developing WSNs solutions for real-life applications. The authors address simple approaches to deploy static WSNs, then exploring more sophisticated approaches to deploy mobile WSNs.
Featuring detailed investigations of deployment-related issues such as deployment cost, coverage, connectivity, sensors reliability, and harsh deployment environments, this book will equip you with the basics and an advanced view of both the theoretical and practical aspects, along with knowledge of the guidelines for WSNs deployment.
- Provides both the theoretical basis and practical applications
- Features an in-depth discussion of deployment-related issues
- Covers basic concepts and terminologies as well as highlighting open problems in the research areas to help you solve your deployment-related issues
Graduate students, academic researchers, early career researchers and engineers and industrial professionals who are interested in acquiring a big picture of various wireless sensor networks deployment approaches. Researchers, engineers, and developers working in the field of wireless sensor networks.
- 1: Wireless Sensor Networks
- 1.1 WSN definition, models and applications
- 1.2 WSN deployment strategies
- 1.3 WSN deployment: objectives and constraints
- 1.4 Conclusion
- 2: Random Deployment
- 2.1 Why random deployment?
- 2.2 Random deployment strategies
- 2.3 Discussion
- 2.4 Practical issues that need further research
- 2.5 Conclusion
- 3: Deterministic Deployment
- 3.1 Why deterministic deployment?
- 3.2 Formalization of the deterministic deployment problem
- 3.3 Placement algorithms
- 3.4 A simple methodology for deterministic deployment of WSNs
- 3.5 Application: deploying a surveillance WSN
- 3.6 Practical issues that need further research
- 3.7 Conclusion
- 4: Fusion-based Deterministic Deployment
- 4.1 Why fusion-based deterministic deployment?
- 4.2 Fusion-based detection coverage models
- 4.3 Fusion-based deterministic deployment problems
- 4.4 Sensor placement algorithms
- 4.5 Application: deploying a fusion-based surveillance WSN
- 4.6 Practical issues that need further research
- 4.7 Conclusion
- 5: Dynamic Deployment
- 5.1 Why dynamic deployment?
- 5.2 Movement-assisted sensor deployment algorithms
- 5.3 Sensor relocation algorithms
- 5.4 Practical issues that need further research
- 5.5 Conclusion
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- 21st March 2016
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Dr. M.R. Senouci received the State Engineer degree in Computer Science from EMP, in 2005, and his Masters degree in Mobile Computing from the University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB, Algeria) in 2009. Finally, he received the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Paris-Est (UPEC, France) and USTHB, in 2014. His research interests include mobile ad-hoc networks, wireless sensor networks, and wireless sensor/actor networks.
Associate Professor, Ecole Militaire Polytechnique (EMP) Algeria
Abdelhamid Mellouk is a permanent Full Professor at the University of Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC), France. Head of several executive national and international positions, he has held several leadership offices in IEEE Communications Society Technical Committees and has published/coordinated more than ten books in addition to numerous keynotes and plenary talks in flagship venues.
University of Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC), France