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Energy efficient policy selection in wireless sensor network using cross layer approach

Energy efficient policy selection in wireless sensor network using cross layer approach

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The authors have addressed the issue of energy saving in packet retransmission by reducing the packet loss in the first attempt. They have formulated the problem as Markov decision process and mapped the system into various states based on system dynamics like channel gain, buffer space, battery energy and harvested energy. In wireless sensor network, adaptive policy management is the best approach to work out with the variation of system states in a dynamically changing environment. The policies are defined regarding various controllable parameters like transmission power, modulation scheme, and transmission rate. The solution is sought regarding best policy selection as per the individual state of the system. They have evaluated the performance of the proposed optimum transreceiver scheme by extensive simulations with existing schemes like optimum energy allocation, adaptive modulation and adaptive power management for the various performance metrics like net bit rate and energy consumption in retransmission of packets for different system states.

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