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Réseaux de capteurs sans fil à multiples piles protocolaires

Abstract : Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) can address the needs of many monitoring applications, due to their low cost, wireless capabilities and ease of deployment. However, applications that are deployed on WSNs often have various quality of service requirements, and it is difficult for a single network stack to fulfill them. Network architectures where several network stacks coexist are starting to emerge. In this document, we focus on the interactions between the stacks of a WSN by taking two projects as examples. In the first project (on industrial applications), the optimisation of the protocols lead us to allow interactions between stacks. We generalize this approach by introducing local multi-stack architectures, where the choice of the stack to use is made locally by each node. In the second project (on environmental applications), it is the characteristics of the monitored phenomenon that raises the need of interactions between stacks. We introduce global multi-stack architectures, where the choice of the stack is imposed to nodes. In both projects, we propose solutions to avoid routing loops. The research works described in this document have been made in collaboration with three PhD students, two of them having already received their PhD. This document also gives several perspectives.
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Alexandre Guitton. Réseaux de capteurs sans fil à multiples piles protocolaires. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Université Blaise Pascal (Clermont Ferrand 2), 2014. ⟨tel-01471652⟩



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