IJMTES – CONFIDENT INFORMATION COVERAGE IN SENSOR NETWORK

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : A Kamatchi  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 35-38

Abstract – Coverage is an important parameter in sensor networks. Traditionally the sensor has the disk coverage model. Disk coverage model uses a very simple symmetrical relation between a sensor and its surrounding space points. Disk coverage model are not appropriate for many practical  application such as precision agriculture .We have proposed new model called confident coverage model based on field reconstruction .We use the numerical method called discrete approximation algorithm in confident coverage model to achieve the complete coverage in randomly deployed sensor networks .In this article  we have analyze the  sensor density to achieve the complete  coverage .We can compare the critical sensor density in confident information coverage with new confident information coverage .The simulation result show the comparison which help to achieve the complete coverage in randomly deployed sensor network.

KeywordsCritical Sensor density, confident information coverage, sensor networks, random network deployment, complete coverage 

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