LinkMind: Link Optimization in Swarming Mobile Sensor Networks
AbstractA swarming mobile sensor network is comprised of a swarm of wirelessly connected mobile robots equipped with various sensors. Such a network can be applied in an uncertain environment for services such as cooperative navigation and exploration, object identification and information gathering. One of the most advantageous properties of the swarming wireless sensor network is that mobile nodes can work cooperatively to organize an ad-hoc network and optimize the network link capacity to maximize the transmission of gathered data from a source to a target. This paper describes a new method of link optimization of swarming mobile sensor networks. The new method is based on combination of the artificial potential force guaranteeing connectivities of the mobile sensor nodes and the max-flow min-cut theorem of graph theory ensuring optimization of the network link capacity. The developed algorithm is demonstrated and evaluated in simulation. View Full-Text
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Ngo, T.D. LinkMind: Link Optimization in Swarming Mobile Sensor Networks. Sensors 2011, 11, 8180-8202.
Ngo TD. LinkMind: Link Optimization in Swarming Mobile Sensor Networks. Sensors. 2011; 11(8):8180-8202.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ngo, Trung Dung. 2011. "LinkMind: Link Optimization in Swarming Mobile Sensor Networks." Sensors 11, no. 8: 8180-8202.