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Title:Topology Control in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Problems and Solutions
Author(s):Li, Ning; Hou, Jennifer C.
Subject(s):wireless network
Abstract:Previous work on topology control usually assumes homogeneous wireless nodes with uniform transmission ranges. In this paper, we propose two localized topology control algorithms for heterogeneous wireless multi-hop networks with nonuniform transmission ranges: Directed Relative Neighborhood Graph (DRNG) and Directed Local Spanning Subgraph (DLSS). In both algorithms, each node selects a set of neighbors based on the locally collected information. We prove that (1) the topologies derived under DRNG and DLSS preserve the network connectivity; (2) the out degree of any node in the resulting topology by DLSS is bounded, while the out degree cannot be bounded in DRNG; and (3) the topologies generated by DRNG and DLSS preserve the network bi-directionality.
Issue Date:2004-03
Genre:Technical Report
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Date Available in IDEALS:2009-04-14

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