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Self-Schedule and Self-Distributive MAC Scheduling Algorithms for Next-Generation Sensor Networks

Bakhsh, S.T. and Aman Sheikh, M. and Alghamdi, R. (2015) Self-Schedule and Self-Distributive MAC Scheduling Algorithms for Next-Generation Sensor Networks. International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, 2015 .

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Abstract

The distributive nature of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) poses great challenges for the design of distributive scheduling to maximize network life and spatial reuse of time slot with minimum frame length. Most of the existing scheduling techniques are either centralized or contentional. The existing techniques cannot efficiently adapt to the dynamic wireless environment. In this paper, self-scheduled and distributed MAC (SSD-MAC) and self-distributive MAC (SD-MAC) medium access control algorithms are proposed to reduce the complexity and variety of scheduling problems. The proposed algorithms do not require any synchronization and can effectively adapt to dynamic topology changes without incurring global communication overhead. According to the proposed algorithms, each node maps a conflict-free time slot for itself up to 2-hop neighboring nodes. Consequently, each node successfully schedules a unique time slot for itself in a heuristic manner based on its local information. Moreover, the proposed algorithms also guarantee conflict-free edge coloring because all the incident edges to a single node are assigned to colors in such a way that none of the edges should have the same color. It has been demonstrated that, with regard to communication overhead, energy consumption and execution time through simulation proposed that algorithms outperform existing distributed randomized scheduling algorithm (DRAND). © 2015 Sheikh Tahir Bakhsh et al.

Item Type:Article
Impact Factor:cited By 4
Uncontrolled Keywords:Access control; Algorithms; Complex networks; Energy utilization; Medium access control; Next generation networks; Scheduling; Sensor nodes; Wireless sensor networks, Communication overheads; Dynamic topologies; Global communication; Randomized scheduling algorithm; Scheduling problem; Scheduling techniques; Wireless environment; Wireless sensor network (WSNs), Scheduling algorithms
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Deposited By: Ms Sharifah Fahimah Saiyed Yeop
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