By Shlomi Dolev (auth.), Thomas Erlebach, Sotiris Nikoletseas, Pekka Orponen (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642282091

ISBN-13: 9783642282096

This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-conference court cases of the seventh foreign Workshop on Algorithms for Sensor structures, instant advert Hoc Networks, and self sustaining cellular Entities, ALGOSENSORS 2011, held in Saarbrücken, Germany, in September 2011. The sixteen revised complete papers awarded including invited keynote talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 31 submissions. The papers are geared up in tracks: sensor networks, masking themes akin to localization, lifetime maximization, interference keep an eye on, neighbor discovery, self-organization, detection, and aggregation; and advert hoc instant and cellular structures together with the subjects: routing, scheduling and means optimization within the SINR version, non-stop tracking, and broadcasting.

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Proposition 1. If n sensors are deployed, then n ≤ TOP T ≤ 2n. Proof. The lower bound is immediate since any reasonable algorithm achieves T ≥ n. Consider the case where all of the sensors were located at 0; each could cover U for exactly 1 time unit. For any time t, each sensor i covers a subinterval of U of width 2ri (t). The total ∞ energy consumed is given by 0 ri (t) dt, which is at most 1 since the battery has unit capacity. Thus, if Vi is the region of space-time consumed by the sensor ∞ i, then |Vi | = 0 2ri (t) dt ≤ 2.

Herein, we do not wish all data to be reconstructed at the center, but focus only identify good sets of independent sensors, such that their data can be sent and analyzed, disregarding other sensors. Note that, in this context, we do not wish to replace Slepian-Wolf coding by sending data of independent sensors, only identify the independent subsets. For example, the randomized algorithm we suggest gathers data only from small subsets of the sensors, yet is assured to identify independent sets with high probability.

Thus, p p charge(i, Finv ) = c(i, Finv ) ≤ c(i, j) . 1/p In the second case, let k ∈ Finv be such that i ∈ B(k, ρk ). This implies 1/p 1/p 1/p that c(i, k) ≤ ρk . We know that cˆ(j, k) > 2μ2/p max{rj , rk } because of the invariants. This yields c(i, j) ≥ c(j, k) − c(k, i) ≥ 1/p ≥ μ1/p rk 1/p ≥ ρk 1 μ1/p 1/p · cˆ(j, k) − ρk ≥ 1 μ1/p 1/p 2μ2/p rk 1/p − μ1/p rk ≥ charge(i, Finv )1/p . Proof of Lemma 1: Proof. Let k be the node at which an event is triggered. Let ei ·ri be the maximal range around k in which nodes with radii at most ri = (1 + )i · rk are aﬀected by the state change of k.