Energy Efficient Cooperative Computing in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks - 2018


Advances in future computing to support emerging sensor applications are turning into more important as the necessity to better utilize computation and Communication resources and make them energy economical. Therefore, it is predicted that intelligent devices and networks, together with mobile wireless sensor networks (MWSN), can become the new interfaces to support future applications. During this Project, we propose a novel approach to minimize energy consumption of processing an application in MWSN while satisfying a sure completion time demand. Specifically, by introducing the concept of cooperation, the logics and related computation tasks will be optimally partitioned, offloaded and executed with the assistance of peer sensor nodes, therefore the proposed solution can be treated as a joint optimization of computing and networking resources. Moreover, for a network with multiple mobile wireless sensor nodes, we propose energy efficient cooperation node selection ways to supply a tradeoff between fairness and energy consumption. Our performance analysis is supplemented by simulation results to point out the numerous energy saving of the proposed answer.

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