Chair of Computer Networks and Computer Communications
Performance and Durability of Future Wireless Sensor Networks

Performance and Durability of Future Wireless Sensor Networks

Subprojekt: IST, NoE, FP7, ICT-2007-1-216366


The PADU project tackles the question how wireless sensor networks (WSNs) should be integrated into the Future Internet and what special challenges they present to designers and implementers, taking into account that all aspects of the design of WSN architecture, communication protocols, and mechanisms must be considered under the viewpoint of the limited energy resources available to sensor nodes. For this, we aim at developing a unified method for joint performance and durability evaluation of WSNs to be able to compare different proposed solutions with respect to the requirements of users and operators.


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Conference and workshop papers:

Vicente Casares-Giner, Patrick Wuechner, Diego Pacheco-Paramo and Hermann De Meer
Combined Contention and TDMA-Based Communication in Wireless Sensor Networks
Proc. of the 8th Euro-NF Conf. on Next Generation Internet (NGI2012)
Publisher: IEEE,
Patrick Wuechner, Janos Sztrik and Hermann De Meer
Modeling Wireless Sensor Networks Using Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Unreliable Orbit
Proc. of the Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Computer and Communication Systems (PERFORM 2010) Volume 6821 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) , page 73--86.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag,

PhD theses:

Patrick Wuechner
Energy-Efficient and Timely Event Reporting Using Wireless Sensor Networks
University of Passau,
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Prof. Dr. Hermann de Meer
Prof. Dr. Hermann de Meer

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