Publication detail

Split distributed computing in wireless sensor networks

KENYERES, M. KENYERES, J. ŠKORPIL, V.

Original Title

Split distributed computing in wireless sensor networks

Czech Title

Delený rozložený výpočet vo WSN

English Title

Split distributed computing in wireless sensor networks

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

We have designed a novel method intended to improve the performance of distributed computing in wireless sensor networks. Our proposed method is designed to rapidly increase the speed of distributed computing and decrease the number of the messages required for a network to achieve the desired result. In our analysis, we chose Average consensus algorithm. In this case, the desired result is that every node achieves the average value calculated from all the initial values in the reduced number of iterations. Our method is based on the idea that a fragmentation of a network into small geographical structures which execute the distributed calculations in parallel significantly affects the performance.

Czech abstract

V tomto článku sme navrhli novú metódu na zefektívnenie rozloženého výpočtu v bezdrôtových senzorových sieťach. Metóda je navrhnutá takým spôsobom, aby výrazne zvýšila rýchlosť rozloženého výpočtu a zredukovala počet potrebných správ na dosiahnutie vytúženého výsledku. V rámci našej analýzi sme sa zamerali na average consensus algoritmus. Novo-navrhnutá metóda na idei, že fragmentácia. siete na dieľčie časti, v ktorých prebieha distribuovaný výpočet paralelne, výrazne zefektívni rozložený výpočet.

English abstract

We have designed a novel method intended to improve the performance of distributed computing in wireless sensor networks. Our proposed method is designed to rapidly increase the speed of distributed computing and decrease the number of the messages required for a network to achieve the desired result. In our analysis, we chose Average consensus algorithm. In this case, the desired result is that every node achieves the average value calculated from all the initial values in the reduced number of iterations. Our method is based on the idea that a fragmentation of a network into small geographical structures which execute the distributed calculations in parallel significantly affects the performance.

Keywords

Wireless sensor networks, distributed computing, improvement of distributed computing

RIV year

2015

Released

01.09.2015

Publisher

SPOLECNOST PRO RADIOELEKTRONICKE INZENYRSTVI, CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, DEPT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD, TECHNICKA 2, PRAHA, CZ-16627, CZECH REPUBLIC

Location

Prague, Czech Republic

Pages from

749

Pages to

756

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT115476,
  author="Martin {Kenyeres} and Jozef {Kenyeres} and Vladislav {Škorpil}",
  title="Split distributed computing in wireless sensor networks",
  annote="We have designed a novel method intended to improve the performance of distributed computing in wireless sensor networks. Our proposed method is designed to rapidly increase the speed of distributed computing and decrease the number of the messages required for a network to achieve the desired result. In our analysis, we chose Average consensus algorithm. In this case, the desired result is that every node achieves the average value calculated from all the initial values in the reduced number of iterations. Our method is based on the idea that a fragmentation of a network into small
geographical structures which execute the distributed calculations in parallel significantly affects the performance.",
  address="SPOLECNOST PRO RADIOELEKTRONICKE INZENYRSTVI, CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, DEPT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD, TECHNICKA 2, PRAHA, CZ-16627, CZECH REPUBLIC",
  chapter="115476",
  institution="SPOLECNOST PRO RADIOELEKTRONICKE INZENYRSTVI, CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, DEPT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD, TECHNICKA 2, PRAHA, CZ-16627, CZECH REPUBLIC",
  number="3",
  volume="24",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="749--756",
  publisher="SPOLECNOST PRO RADIOELEKTRONICKE INZENYRSTVI, CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, DEPT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD, TECHNICKA 2, PRAHA, CZ-16627, CZECH REPUBLIC",
  type="journal article"
}