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Optimization of wireless sensor networks deployment with coverage and connectivity constraints

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Wireless sensor networks have been widely deployed in the last decades to provide various services, like environmental monitoring or object tracking. Such a network is composed of a set of sensor nodes which are used to sense and transmit collected information to a base station. To achieve this goal, two properties have to be guaranteed: (i) the sensor nodes must be placed such that the whole environment of interest (represented by a set of targets) is covered, and (ii) every sensor node can transmit its data to the base station (through other sensor nodes). In this paper, we consider the Minimum Connected k-Coverage (MCkC) problem, where a positive integer k ≥ 1 defines the coverage multiplicity of the targets. We propose two mathematical programming formulations for the MCkC problem on square grid graphs and random graphs. We compare them to a recent model proposed by (Rebai et al 2015). We use a standard mixed integer linear programming solver to solve several instances with different formulations. In our results, we point out the quality of the LP-bound of each formulation as well as the total CPU time or the proportion of solved instances to optimality within a given CPU time.
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hal-03189488 , version 1 (05-04-2021)

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Sourour Elloumi, Olivier Hudry, Estel Marie, Agathe Martin, Agnès Plateau, et al.. Optimization of wireless sensor networks deployment with coverage and connectivity constraints. Annals of Operations Research, 2021, 298 (1-2), pp.183-206. ⟨10.1007/s10479-018-2943-7⟩. ⟨hal-03189488⟩
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