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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The k-barrier coverage problem has been widely discussed in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). A defense barrier satisfying k-barrier coverage is constructed in order to detect any intrusion by at least k sensors in the monitoring region. It is still an open issue to efficiently construct a defense k-barrier while maximizing the network lifetime. This paper proposes a novel k-barrier coverage construction mechanism, aiming at constructing a maximal number of distinct defense barriers each of which consists of as few as possible sensors to achieve energy conservation purpose, but still guarantees 𝒌-barrier coverage. The experimental studies demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed mechanisms in terms of construction efficiency and network lifetime .

Keywords :

: k-barrier coverage; energy balance; wireless sensor networks  .

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