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Energy Efficient Topology Control in Multi-hop Wireless Networks based on One-hop and Two-hop Neighbor Information (2016-07)
Topology control in multi-hop wireless networks is a technique used to control nodes' activities to construct a topology with an acceptable level of network connectivity while minimizing energy consumption. It can be broadly classified into two main paradigms which are State Scheduling and Transmission Power Control. Both of them have received lots of attention from many researchers for decades. According to Transmission Power Control technique, most of them take into account only one-hop neighbor information to optimize transmission power ...
Mobile ad hoc networks or MANETs are infrastructureless wireless networks where each node can freely move and directly connect to the other nodes located within its transmission range to form the topology in any arbitrary pattern. Hence, to ensure network connectivity, each node tends to use the maximum transmission power to extend its transmission range. However, this maximized transmission range typically consumes more energy and consequently drains battery faster on mobile devices in these networks. Topology control is an effective technique ...