Reaching consensus on a self-organized wireless
sensor networks through totally decentralized algorithms is a
topic that has attracted considerable attention. The average
consensus method is the most popular algorithm used in this
kind of applications. The main advantage of these approaches
is that the network does not involve a fusion center to organize
nodes. Using a realistic environment to check the behavior of
this scheme is the major objective of this work. Moreover, this
paper contributes to answer and confirm some results which are
approved by theoretical works.
CitationBrahim, E.; Pages, A.; Aboutajdine, D. Real deployment of consensus algorithm on self-organized wireless sensor networks. A: IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications 2009. "IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications 2009". Marrakech: 2009, p. 119-124.
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