Reliability Analysis for Wireless Sensor Networks (无线传感器网络可靠性分析)

Liudong Xing
Dr. Liudong Xing is a tenured Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Massachusetts (UMass), Dartmouth. She received her PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2002. Her current research focuses on reliability modeling and analysis of complex systems and networks. Dr. Xing’s research has been supported by the US more


Monitoring and control systems that are based on networked wireless sensors have been recognized as an indivisible component for current and future smart systems in many applications such as healthcare, home security, disaster response, and environmental monitoring. From the viewpoint of researchers, developers and even consumers, reliability analysis is an indispensable step before wireless sensor network systems can be widely deployed for mission-critical applications. In this talk, reliability modeling and analysis for wireless sensor networks will be discussed under two different communication paradigms: infrastructure communication and application communication. Five data delivery models (sink unicast, sink anycast, sink multicast, sink manycast, and sink broadcast) will be presented for the infrastructure communication reliability analysis. Impact of different routing algorithms and network topology characteristics like connectivity, average path length, average degree, diameter, and clustering coefficient on the network reliability will also be discussed.

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