Commit e24dbcd4 authored by Alvar's avatar Alvar

LaTeXified repo

parent 9d68f5ad
with import <nixpkgs> {};
texliveComb = texlive.combine {
inherit (texlive) scheme-small
acmart algorithm2e cm-super comment environ ifoddpage
ncctools relsize trimspaces totpages xstring;
in stdenv.mkDerivation {
name = "satzung-hsmr";
src = ./.;
nativeBuildInputs = [texliveComb];
buildPhase = "pdflatex satzung.tex";
installPhase = "cp satzung.pdf $out";
% Based on
\usepackage{booktabs} % For formal tables
% TOG prefers author-name bib system with square brackets
\usepackage[ruled]{algorithm2e} % For algorithms
% Metadata Information
% Copyright
% Paper history
\received{February 2007}
\received{March 2009}
\received[final version]{June 2009}
\received[accepted]{July 2009}
% Document starts
% Title portion
\title{A Multifrequency MAC Specially Designed for Wireless Sensor
Network Applications}
\author{Gang Zhou}
\institution{College of William and Mary}
\streetaddress{104 Jamestown Rd}
\author{Valerie B\'eranger}
\institution{Inria Paris-Rocquencourt}
\author{Aparna Patel}
\institution{Rajiv Gandhi University}
\state{Arunachal Pradesh}
\author{Huifen Chan}
\institution{Tsinghua University}
\streetaddress{30 Shuangqing Rd}
\city{Haidian Qu}
\state{Beijing Shi}
\author{Ting Yan}
\institution{Eaton Innovation Center}
\country{Czech Republic}}
\author{Tian He}
\institution{University of Virginia}
\department{School of Engineering}
\institution{University of Minnesota}
\author{Chengdu Huang}
\author{John A. Stankovic}
\author{Tarek F. Abdelzaher}
\institution{University of Virginia}
\department{School of Engineering}
\renewcommand\shortauthors{Zhou, G. et al}
Multifrequency media access control has been well understood in
general wireless ad hoc networks, while in wireless sensor networks,
researchers still focus on single frequency solutions. In wireless
sensor networks, each device is typically equipped with a single
radio transceiver and applications adopt much smaller packet sizes
compared to those in general wireless ad hoc networks. Hence, the
multifrequency MAC protocols proposed for general wireless ad hoc
networks are not suitable for wireless sensor network applications,
which we further demonstrate through our simulation experiments. In
this article, we propose MMSN, which takes advantage of
multifrequency availability while, at the same time, takes into
consideration the restrictions of wireless sensor networks. Through
extensive experiments, MMSN exhibits the prominent ability to utilize
parallel transmissions among neighboring nodes. When multiple physical
frequencies are available, it also achieves increased energy
efficiency, demonstrating the ability to work against radio
interference and the tolerance to a wide range of measured time
synchronization errors.
\ccsdesc[500]{Computer systems organization~Embedded systems}
\ccsdesc[300]{Computer systems organization~Redundancy}
\ccsdesc{Computer systems organization~Robotics}
\ccsdesc[100]{Networks~Network reliability}
% End generated code
\keywords{Wireless sensor networks, media access control,
multi-channel, radio interference, time synchronization}
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