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    Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks with Minimum Delay and Minimum Use of Energy: A comparative Study

    Mobility, Intelligent Networks & Smart Societies

    Proceedings of the 2nd BCS International IT Conference 2014

    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 9 - 10 March 2014

    AUTHORS

    Bushra Qayyum, Mohammed Saeed & Jason Roberts

    ABSTRACT

    http://dx.doi.org/10.14236/ewic/bcsme2014.2

    The prime objective of deploying large- scale wireless sensor networks is to collect information from to control systems associated with these networks. Wireless sensor networks are widely used in application domains such as security and inspection, environmental monitoring, warfare, and other situations especially where immediate responses are required such as disasters and medical emergency. Whenever there is a growth there are challenges and to cope with these challenges strategies and solutions must be developed. This paper discusses the recently addressed issues of data aggregation through presenting a comparative study of different research work done on minimizing delay in different structures of wireless sensor networks. Finally we introduce our proposed method to minimize both delay and power consumption using a tree based clustering scheme with partial data aggregation.

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