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On MinimumEnergy Broadcasting
 in All Wireless Networks, in the proc. of IEEE LCN'2001
"... and topology control in wireless ad hoc networks Network wide broadcasting in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET) provides important control and route establishment functionality for a number of unicast and multicast protocols. We present an overview of the recent progress of broadcasting and multicastin ..."
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and multicasting in wireless ad hoc networks. We discuss two energy models that could be used for broadcast: one is nonadjustable power and one is adjustable power. If the power consumed at each node is not adjustable, minimizing the total power used by a reliable broadcast tree is equivalent to the minimum
On minimumenergy broadcasting in allwireless networks
 In Proceedings of the 26th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN 2001
, 2001
"... We study the construction of the sourceinitiated (onetoall) wireless broadcast tree to minimize the total required power for a given source node, a group of intended destination nodes and a given propagation constant, i.e., the power attenuation constant λ. The MinimumEnergy Broadcasting (MEB) p ..."
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We study the construction of the sourceinitiated (onetoall) wireless broadcast tree to minimize the total required power for a given source node, a group of intended destination nodes and a given propagation constant, i.e., the power attenuation constant λ. The MinimumEnergy Broadcasting (MEB
Localized MinimumEnergy Broadcasting in AdHoc Networks
, 2003
"... In the minimum energy broadcasting problem, each node can adjust its transmission power in order to minimize total energy consumption but still enable a message originated from a source node to reach all the other nodes in an adhoc wireless network. In all existing solutions each node requires glob ..."
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In the minimum energy broadcasting problem, each node can adjust its transmission power in order to minimize total energy consumption but still enable a message originated from a source node to reach all the other nodes in an adhoc wireless network. In all existing solutions each node requires
MinimumEnergy Broadcast Routing in Dynamic Wireless Networks ∗
, 2011
"... One of the new challenges facing research in wireless networks is the design of algorithms and protocols that are energy aware. A good example is the minimumenergy broadcast routing problem for a static network in the plane, which attracted a great deal of attention these past years. The problem is ..."
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One of the new challenges facing research in wireless networks is the design of algorithms and protocols that are energy aware. A good example is the minimumenergy broadcast routing problem for a static network in the plane, which attracted a great deal of attention these past years. The problem
Minimum energy broadcast with few senders
 Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems, Third IEEE International Conference, DCOSS 2007, Santa Fe, USA, 2007, LNCS 4549
"... Abstract. Broadcasting a message from a given source node to all other nodes is a fundamental task during the operation of a wireless network. In many application scenarios the network nodes have only a limited energy supply, hence minimizing the energy consumption of any communication task prolongs ..."
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Abstract. Broadcasting a message from a given source node to all other nodes is a fundamental task during the operation of a wireless network. In many application scenarios the network nodes have only a limited energy supply, hence minimizing the energy consumption of any communication task
Minimumenergy Broadcast in Simple Graphs with Limited Node Power
 in Proc. IASTED Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems
, 2001
"... The minimumenergy broadcasting problem in wireless networks consists of finding a transmission radius vector for all stations in such a way that the total transmission power of the whole network is least possible. The minimumenergy broadcast problem may by modeled by an edge weighted complete grap ..."
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The minimumenergy broadcasting problem in wireless networks consists of finding a transmission radius vector for all stations in such a way that the total transmission power of the whole network is least possible. The minimumenergy broadcast problem may by modeled by an edge weighted complete
Constructing minimumenergy broadcast trees in wireless ad hoc networks
 In Proc. Int’l Symp. Mobile Ad hoc Networking and Computing
, 2002
"... In this paper we assume that a multihop wireless network (also called a wireless ad hoc network) consists of nodes whose transmitting powers are finitely adjustable. We consider two fundamental problems related to power consumption in this kind of network. One is the minimumenergy broadcast tree ..."
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In this paper we assume that a multihop wireless network (also called a wireless ad hoc network) consists of nodes whose transmitting powers are finitely adjustable. We consider two fundamental problems related to power consumption in this kind of network. One is the minimumenergy broadcast tree
Minimumenergy broadcast routing in static ad hoc wireless networks
, 2001
"... Abstract  Energy conservation is a critical issue in ad hoc wireless networks for node and network life, as the nodes are powered by batteries only. One major approach for energy conservation is to route a communication session along the routes which requires the lowest total energy consumption. Th ..."
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. This optimization problem is referred to as minimumenergy routing. While minimumenergy unicast routing can be solved in polynomial time by shortestpath algorithms, it remains open whether minimumenergy broadcast routing can be solved in polynomial time, despite of the NPhardness of its general graph version
MinimumEnergy Broadcast Using Practical Directional Antennas in AllWireless Networks
 IN: PROC. OF IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY PRESS, LOS ALAMITOS
, 2006
"... Energyefficient broadcast communication is an important problem in wireless ad hoc networks. Previously, minimumenergy broadcast that exploits the broadcast nature of radio transmission has been studied and shown to be NPcomplete for omnidirectional antennas. In this paper, we investigate the min ..."
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Energyefficient broadcast communication is an important problem in wireless ad hoc networks. Previously, minimumenergy broadcast that exploits the broadcast nature of radio transmission has been studied and shown to be NPcomplete for omnidirectional antennas. In this paper, we investigate
A Decentralized Approach to MinimumEnergy Broadcasting in Static Ad Hoc Networks
"... Abstract. Due to the limited resources of most wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, minimizing the cost of commonly used broadcasts is of utmost importance. This has led to work in the minimum energy broadcasting problem. Most solutions require global topology knowledge, however, this information is ..."
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Abstract. Due to the limited resources of most wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, minimizing the cost of commonly used broadcasts is of utmost importance. This has led to work in the minimum energy broadcasting problem. Most solutions require global topology knowledge, however, this information
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