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Routing protocols and quality of services for security based applications using wireless video sensor networks

Atto, M. and Guy, C. (2014) Routing protocols and quality of services for security based applications using wireless video sensor networks. Network Protocols and Algorithms, 6 (3). pp. 119-147. ISSN 1943-3581

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To link to this item DOI: 10.5296/npa.v6i3.5802

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Wireless video sensor networks have been a hot topic in recent years; the monitoring capability is the central feature of the services offered by a wireless video sensor network can be classified into three major categories: monitoring, alerting, and information on-demand. These features have been applied to a large number of applications related to the environment (agriculture, water, forest and fire detection), military, buildings, health (elderly people and home monitoring), disaster relief, area and industrial monitoring. Security applications oriented toward critical infrastructures and disaster relief are very important applications that many countries have identified as critical in the near future. This paper aims to design a cross layer based protocol to provide the required quality of services for security related applications using wireless video sensor networks. Energy saving, delay and reliability for the delivered data are crucial in the proposed application. Simulation results show that the proposed cross layer based protocol offers a good performance in term of providing the required quality of services for the proposed application.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:39737
Uncontrolled Keywords:WVSNs, Environment Monitoring, Cross Layer, Intruders, Multimedia, QoS.
Publisher:Macrothink

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