Many researchers consider wireless sensor networks (WSNs) as special case of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs). Although WSNs do share some similarities with MANETs, WSNs are very different from MANETs and have many unique research issues. I argue that lessons learnt from research in MANETs are of little use when studying WSNs. This talk will address the major differences between MANETs and WSNs. The focus of this talk will be on new challenging research issues in WSNs, such as ID management, adaptive route – an exciting research area.
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- Are Lessons Learnt in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Useful for Wireless Sensor Networks?
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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