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“…Mahmud and Rahmani discuss the feasibility of applying OpenFlow in WSN, and Luo et al further summarize the opportunities and challenges of integrating SDN and WSN. To accelerate the development of SDWSN, Hunkeler et al provide an in‐depth analysis of the advantages of central management over distributed management.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mahmud and Rahmani discuss the feasibility of applying OpenFlow in WSN, and Luo et al further summarize the opportunities and challenges of integrating SDN and WSN. To accelerate the development of SDWSN, Hunkeler et al provide an in‐depth analysis of the advantages of central management over distributed management.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The cornerstone of this algorithm is the concept of pairwise link conflict graph (PLCG). Let V D f.i, ij /ji 2 E, ij 2 fÂ 1 , Â 2 , : : : , Â R gg be a set where each link in E is replicated to form a pair with each data rate satisfying condition (1). We define a PLCG as an undirected graph G D .V, E/ where there exists an edge between two vertices v D ., / and v0 D .0, 0/ if one of the following conditions holds:…”
Section: Valid Matching Generation Algorithmmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although most of the state-of-the-art wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are formed by nodes that are designed to operate in an autonomous and distributed fashion, some recent works in the literature such as [1] or [2] indicate that centrally coordinated protocols at the network and the medium access control (MAC) layers are at least as efficient as distributed protocols in numerous settings while bringing other advantages such as code simplicity, ease of management, and observability. In particular, many WSN applications exhibit a regular traffic pattern by periodically collecting sensor measurements at a centralized entity known as the sink.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although most of the state-of-the-art wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are formed by nodes that are designed to operate in an autonomous and distributed fashion, some recent work in the literature such as [1] indicates that centrallycoordinated network and MAC layer protocols are at least as efficient as distributed protocols in numerous settings, while bringing several advantages such as code simplicity, ease of management or observability. In particular, many WSN applications exhibit a regular traffic pattern by periodically collecting sensor measurements at a centralized entity known as the sink.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%