Chellappa Doss, Robin, Chandra, D., Pan, L., Zhou, Wanlei and Chowdhury, Morshed 2006, Address reuse in wireless sensor networks, in ATNAC, Australian Telecommuncation Networks and Applications Conference, 2006., Australian Telecommunication Networks & Applications Conference, Melbourne, Vic, pp. 329-333.
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Sensor Networks have applications in diverse fields. While unique addressing is not a requirement of many data collecting applications of wireless sensor networks, it is vital for the success of applications such as emergency response. Data that cannot be associated with a specific node becomes useless in such situations. In this work we propose a dynamic addressing mechanism for wireless sensor networks. The scheme enables successful reuse of addresses in event-driven wireless sensor networks. It also eliminates the need for network-wide Duplicate Address Detection (DAD) to ensure uniqueness of network level addresses.
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