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1st 10 Papers
Remaining 7 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
16.Cnf-64 Prof. Ahmed Dooguy Kora
Mr. Octave Ringar
Dr. Samuel Ouya
Prof. Jean-Pierre Cances
Wavelength division multiplexing of 1D-code division multiple access systems limitations in optical network using large spectrum sources
1-5
16.Cnf-87 Dr. Musaria Mahmood
Prof. Fawzi Al-Naima
Prof. Nikolaos Uzunoglu
OPNET simulation of data transmission network: a case study for control system in a petroleum refinery complex in Iraq
6-11
16.Cnf-118

GS Citations

Ms. Imane Benkhelifa
Dr. Samira Moussaoui
APPL: anchor path planning based localization for wireless sensor networks
12-17
16.Cnf-124 Dr. Omar Batarfi
Mrs. Arwa Diwali
A Proposed Model for Certificate Validation in WPKI
18-22
16.Cnf-126 Mr. Badoui Yamine
Prof. Rahim Tafazolli
Dynamic Storage Method for the UMTS Radio Resource Control
23-27
16.Cnf-131 Mr. Amin Ebrahimzadeh
Dr. Javad Musevi Niya
Energy Efficient Centralized Clustering Hierarchical Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
28-31
16.Cnf-142 Dr. Abdul_bary Suleiman
Dr. Mahmod Mahmod
Mr. Omar W. Hamdon
Real-Time TMS3206713 DSP-Based Adaptive Noise Cancellation for Speech Signal Processing
32-36
16.Cnf-145 Dr. Rafeeq A. Al-Hashemi
Prof. Hilal Saleh
Dr. Ahmed Alobaidi
Data Mining Implementation for Keywords Extraction
37-42
16.Cnf-147 Mr. Leonardo O. Iheme
On the information content of an image transmitted over fading channels using CC versus RS-CC coding
43-48
16.Cnf-148 Dr. Jamal Raiyn
Introducing agent goal oriented for dynamic resource management in cellular networks
49-53
IDAuthors and TitlePages
16.Cnf-150 Dr. Hikmat N. Abdullah
Dr. Fadhil Sahib
Prof. Alejandro Valenzuela
Design of high speed Haar wavelet packet modulation (HWPM) system
54-61
16.Cnf-151 Mr. Anas Abumunshar
Dr. Abdelshakour Abuzneid
Dr. Fathi Amsaad
Prof. Abdul R. Rind
Compensating the group delay in mono-mode fibre by using delay element
62-65
16.Cnf-156 Dr. Plamen Z. Zahariev
Prof. Georgi Hristov
Prof. Mihail Iliev
Ms. Ivanka Tsvetkova
Extending the lifetime of wireless sensor networks by mechanisms for routing the information in more energy efficient ways
66-71
16.Cnf-157 Dr. Tansal Gucluoglu
Twin stack equalization for frequency selective fading channels
72-81
16.Cnf-159 Mr. Tezcan Cogalan
Ms. Yagmur Sabucu
Mr. Abdullah Kucuk
Dr. Tansal Gucluoglu
Performance comparisons of coded OFDM systems with antenna selection techniques
82-86
16.Cnf-162 Dr. Eylem Erdogan
Dr. Tansal Gucluoglu
Performance of joint relay and antenna selection for cooperative communication with channel estimation error
87-90
16.Cnf-166 Dr. Amer Al-Badarneh
Mrs. Israa Jaradat
A comprehensive mobile PHR system architecture
91-95
16.Cnf-118 Paper View Page
Title APPL: anchor path planning based localization for wireless sensor networks
Authors Ms. Imane Benkhelifa, Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene, Algiers, Algeria
Dr. Samira Moussaoui, Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene, Algiers, Algeria
Abstract In this paper, we study the static path planning problem with wireless sensor network localization as the primary objective. We consider a model in which sensors are assumed to be uniformly deployed to a predefined deployment area. We then deploy a mobile anchor to enable the localization of the sensor nodes. The anchor follows a predetermined static path while periodically broadcasting its current location coordinates to the nearby sensors.

The static path planning problem looks for good paths that result in better localization accuracy and coverage of the sensor network while keeping the path length bounded. We propose three new path types, SQUARES, ARCHIMEDEAN SPIRAL and WAVES that are specifically designed to reduce the collinearity of anchor messages during localization. We compare our solution with existing ones (SCAN and HILBERT trajectories) using a very simple localization algorithm. The evaluation shows that our solutions cope with collinearity and path length in a more effective manner than previous solutions. Our solutions provide significantly better localization accuracy and coverage.

Track CSE: Computer Science and Engineering
Conference 4th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Computers and Applications (MIC-CCA 2011), 22-24 July 2011, Istanbul, Turkey
Pages 12-17
Topics Network Protocols and Standards
Distributed Computing
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 788 Paper Views Rank 49/500
Paper Downloads 219 Paper Downloads Rank 79/500
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IDAuthors and TitlePages
16.Cnf-64 Prof. Ahmed Dooguy Kora
Mr. Octave Ringar
Dr. Samuel Ouya
Prof. Jean-Pierre Cances
Wavelength division multiplexing of 1D-code division multiple access systems limitations in optical network using large spectrum sources
1-5
16.Cnf-87 Dr. Musaria Mahmood
Prof. Fawzi Al-Naima
Prof. Nikolaos Uzunoglu
OPNET simulation of data transmission network: a case study for control system in a petroleum refinery complex in Iraq
6-11
16.Cnf-118

GS Citations

Ms. Imane Benkhelifa
Dr. Samira Moussaoui
APPL: anchor path planning based localization for wireless sensor networks
12-17
16.Cnf-124 Dr. Omar Batarfi
Mrs. Arwa Diwali
A Proposed Model for Certificate Validation in WPKI
18-22
16.Cnf-126 Mr. Badoui Yamine
Prof. Rahim Tafazolli
Dynamic Storage Method for the UMTS Radio Resource Control
23-27
16.Cnf-131 Mr. Amin Ebrahimzadeh
Dr. Javad Musevi Niya
Energy Efficient Centralized Clustering Hierarchical Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
28-31
16.Cnf-142 Dr. Abdul_bary Suleiman
Dr. Mahmod Mahmod
Mr. Omar W. Hamdon
Real-Time TMS3206713 DSP-Based Adaptive Noise Cancellation for Speech Signal Processing
32-36
16.Cnf-145 Dr. Rafeeq A. Al-Hashemi
Prof. Hilal Saleh
Dr. Ahmed Alobaidi
Data Mining Implementation for Keywords Extraction
37-42
16.Cnf-147 Mr. Leonardo O. Iheme
On the information content of an image transmitted over fading channels using CC versus RS-CC coding
43-48
16.Cnf-148 Dr. Jamal Raiyn
Introducing agent goal oriented for dynamic resource management in cellular networks
49-53
IDAuthors and TitlePages
16.Cnf-150 Dr. Hikmat N. Abdullah
Dr. Fadhil Sahib
Prof. Alejandro Valenzuela
Design of high speed Haar wavelet packet modulation (HWPM) system
54-61
16.Cnf-151 Mr. Anas Abumunshar
Dr. Abdelshakour Abuzneid
Dr. Fathi Amsaad
Prof. Abdul R. Rind
Compensating the group delay in mono-mode fibre by using delay element
62-65
16.Cnf-156 Dr. Plamen Z. Zahariev
Prof. Georgi Hristov
Prof. Mihail Iliev
Ms. Ivanka Tsvetkova
Extending the lifetime of wireless sensor networks by mechanisms for routing the information in more energy efficient ways
66-71
16.Cnf-157 Dr. Tansal Gucluoglu
Twin stack equalization for frequency selective fading channels
72-81
16.Cnf-159 Mr. Tezcan Cogalan
Ms. Yagmur Sabucu
Mr. Abdullah Kucuk
Dr. Tansal Gucluoglu
Performance comparisons of coded OFDM systems with antenna selection techniques
82-86
16.Cnf-162 Dr. Eylem Erdogan
Dr. Tansal Gucluoglu
Performance of joint relay and antenna selection for cooperative communication with channel estimation error
87-90
16.Cnf-166 Dr. Amer Al-Badarneh
Mrs. Israa Jaradat
A comprehensive mobile PHR system architecture
91-95
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