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Region Directed Diffusion in Sensor Network Using Learning Automata: RDDLA
Ali Sayyad, M. Shojafar, +1 author A. Ahmadi
Published 2009
Computer Science
One of the main challenges in wireless sensor network is energy problem and life cycle of nodes in networks. Several methods can be used for increasing life cycle of nodes. One of these methods is… Expand
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