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A Case for an Overlay Routing On Top of MAC layer for WSN

Jochen Schiller, Mesut Güneş, Abd al basset Almamou, Houda Labiod— 2008

Wireless sensor nodes can organize themselves after deployment in a large scale ad hoc network topology. Some traditional Ad hoc routing protocols do not take into account that a sensor node has limited capacities, e.g. energy. Therefore, they try to perform the sensing task regardless of the maximum hops and duration it take. In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), this routing solution is unrealistic, so we derive from the Distributed Hash Table (DHT) an overlay routing for WSNs called ScatterDHT as a routing solution, develop a prototype implementation and apply it over ScatterWeb sensor nodes. This paper describes the ScatterDHT overlay routing protocol and figures out the performance evaluation of the implemented prototype over real-world sensor nodes regarding to two metrics (a) memory utilization and (b) power consumption.

TitelA Case for an Overlay Routing On Top of MAC layer for WSN
VerfasserJochen Schiller, Mesut Güneş, Abd al basset Almamou, Houda Labiod
VerlagThe Second International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications (SENSORCOMM 2008), August 2008
Datum200808
Spracheeng
ArtText
BibTeX Code@inproceedings{Almamou+:2008,
author = {Abd al basset Almamou and Jochen Schiller and Houda Labiod and Mesut G{\"u}nes},
title = {A Case for an Overlay Routing On Top of MAC layer for WSN},
booktitle = {The Second International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications (SENSORCOMM 2008)},
year = {2008},
address = {Cap Esterel, France},
month = {August},
abstract = {Wireless sensor nodes can organize themselves after deployment in a large scale ad hoc network topology. Some traditional Ad hoc routing protocols do not take into account that a sensor node has limited capacities, e.g. energy. Therefore, they try to perform the sensing task regardless of the maximum hops and duration it take. In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), this routing solution is unrealistic, so we derive from the Distributed Hash Table (DHT) an overlay routing for WSNs called ScatterDHT as a routing solution, develop a prototype implementation and apply it over ScatterWeb sensor nodes. This paper describes the ScatterDHT overlay routing protocol and figures out the performance evaluation of the implemented prototype over real-world sensor nodes regarding to two metrics (a) memory utilization and (b) power consumption.},
owner = {guenes},
timestamp = {2008.06.06}
}