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Moreover, it is possible that clusters whose size is lower than ThreshLower may be created, since there is no constraint relating to the generation of these types of clusters. In this phase, we propose to re-affiliate the sensors belonging to clusters that have not attained the cluster size ThreshLower to those that did not reach ThreshUpper in order to reduce the number of clusters formed and obtain balanced clusters. The execution of this phase proceeds in the following way: cluster-heads that belong to clusters whose size is strictly lower than ThreshUpper and higher than ThreshLower broadcast a new message called RE-AFF_CH to re-affiliate nodes belonging to the smaller clusters.
Hellerstein, W. Hong “TAG: a Tiny Aggregation Service for Ad-Hoc Sensor Networks,” In OSDI, 2002. Transmission Power Management for IR-UWB WSN Based on Node Population Density Fernando Ram´ırez-Mireles Instituto Tecnol´ ogico Aut´ onomo de M´exico (ITAM) R´ıo Hondo 1, Col. F. P. com / f − ramirez − mireles Abstract. We propose a method to manage transmission power in nodes belonging to a wireless sensor network (WSN). The scenario contemplates uncoordinated communications using impulse radio ultra wideband (IR-UWB).
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