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Finally, EGLE combines the beacon-less nature of the protocol and a neighborhood discovery function to reduce the overhead.
EGLE outperforms them not only in terms of delivery ratio, but also in terms of the number of transmissions and forwardings to reach the destination. References 1. Finn, G. Giordano, S. Ad Hoc Wireless Networking 3. Kim, Y.
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ACM, New York 7. Sanchez, J. In: Proc. Witt, M. In this paper, we use node mobility to improve energy consumption of computed paths.
Mobility is a two-sword edge, however. Moving a node may render the network disconnected and useless. CoMNet is based on i a cost to progress metric which optimizes both sending and moving costs, ii the use of a connected dominating set to maintain network connectivity. CoMNet is general enough to be applied to various networks actuator, sensor.
Keywords: wireless communication, performance optimization, node mobility, connected dominating set. Therefore, it is expected that a large number of cheap simple sensor devices will be randomly scattered over a region of interest. These devices are powered by batteries and have limited processing and memory capabilities. Frey, X. Li, and S. Ruehrup Eds. Hamouda, N. Mitton, and D. Simplot-Ryl maintaining connectivity and maximizing the network lifetime stand out as critical considerations.
The connectivity condition is generally met by deploying dense homogeneous networks to increase resources per unit area. However, dense networks can have several problems, such as device management and increased transmission interference and contention.
Another approach is to use specialized nodes with long-range communication capabilities to maintain a connected network. The second consideration, network lifetime, is directly related to how long the power resources in sensor nodes will last.
An example would be a scheduling scheme to make sensors work in batches to extend the network life . Another solution is to add actuators, i. Actually, it has been shown  that deploying resource rich mobile devices in a network can provide the same performances as increasing the network density. The main motivation of this work is to take advantage of node mobility to extend the life of the network resource and consequently the network itself. Currently, even though the idea of using mobile actuator nodes to improve the performance of the network is well recognized, there is not much work that takes advantage of node mobility to improve routing in wireless networks while ensuring network connectivity.
However, adopted node relocation strategies may cause useless zig-zag movements of nodes  and may disconnect the network .
Moreover, in [10,12] we argue that the associated energy optimization model is incomplete as it does not incorporate the mobility cost in the routing decision. CoMNet is based on a cost-over-progress metric where the optimized cost includes both moving and transmission costs.
They assume that the path will be highly used for a long time, so they establish a path on the straight line the shortest distance connecting a source-destination pair. Connecting two nodes and aligning relaying nodes on a straight line reduces energy consumption during transmission between the source and destination. Indeed, it has been shown that the straight line is the least energy consuming path connecting a source-destination pair .
ORouting on the move focuses more on optimizing the move distance while M ove DSr focuses on optimizing the transmission cost. All CoMNet variants have the following properties: - Localized: A routing decision depends only on local information.
No routing information needs to be stored at a node or in a message. At each step, it chooses the least energy consuming solution. This paper is organized as follows. Section 2 reviews literature related to CoMNet. Section 3 presents our model and assumptions. CoMNet principles along with its three variants are described in Section 4 and evaluated in Section 5.
We conclude and present future work in Section 6. This is by no means exhaustive and is only indicative of the interest and the applications.
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For a complete survey, the reader should refer to . Position based routing in static networks. Position based routing algorithms for static sensor networks have been widely studied in the literature. The basic principle is as follows. Every node is aware of its position, the ones of its neighbors and of the destination.
A routing decision is made based only on this local information. In greedy routing  for instance, the node currently holding a packet forwards it to the neighbor closest to the destination. In ORouting , the neighbor closest to the line SD connecting the source node S to the destination node is considered as the best candidate relay to minimize energy.
Top: Measured shank angle online.
Middle left: Van der Pol model of the system offline. Middle right: Phase portrait of the measured angle evolution online. Bottom: Estimation of the Gait Cycle Index.
A WSN node is an electronic system which insures 3 functions: data acquisition using daughter board sensor-specific, data processing based on a micro-controller Texas Instruments MSP and wireless radio- frequency communication based on Texas Instruments CC This node allows communication with the network of sensor node and actuator node. Figure 4 System architecture. Description of the system architecture used in the study.
A sensor node inertial measurement unit IMU is placed on the unaffected side shank. Data is sent to the sink node of the laptop. Data is processed on the laptop and a gait cycle index is estimated. An extra sensor node also sends data to the sink node and the data is saved for offline processing. The sensor node sends data to the laptop via the sink node.
The shank angle is then computed based on accelerometer and magnetometer signals as described in[ 26 ]. This angle y is used by the Observation algorithm for gait phases estimation, described in section 1. The sink node also serves to send data to the actuator nodes.
Two skin surface electrodes were placed, over the common peroneal nerve and at the motor point of the tibialis anterior.
Each subject performed 3 successive trials for each of the 3 conditions: C1 No stimulation, C2 Stimulation triggered on the basis of heel switch information, C3 stimulation triggered on the basis of the GCI information.We will show that each variant has its own advantages depending on the application.