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[This chapter provides a brief background to wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and the resilience problem in WSNs. Standard approaches to providing resilience in WSNs will be discussed, followed by an introduction to the technique of network coding that is the basis of the resilience approaches...
[This chapter addresses survivability in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). A centralized network coding-based approach is introduced, which deals with the problems in traditional protection schemes that are either resource-hungry like the (1 + 1) protection scheme, or introduce a delay and...
[This chapter introduces a mechanism to suite the needs of large size WSNs. The technique uses deterministic binary network coding in a distributed manner to enhance the resilience of Sensor-to-Base information flow against failures, including packet losses. The approach is a distributed version...
[Network coding is a generalization of routing and allows network nodes to combine data units from different packets instead of forwarding the packets as is. This means that a node needs to correctly receive and decode the packets first to obtain their data content. After that, the data can be...
[In WSNs, sensor nodes may fail to operate due to a number of reasons. Failures may also happen due to severe wireless communication link impairments, which affects data delivery between sensor nodes. For many applications, WSNs are required to remain operational and provide resilience against...
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