- The ultimate guide to recent advances and research into WSNs
- Discusses the most important problems and issues that arise when programming and designing WSN systems
- Shows why the unique features of WSNs – self-organization, cooperation, correlation -- will enable new applications that will provide the end user with intelligence and a better understanding of the environment
- Provides an overview of the existing evaluation approaches for WSNs including physical testbeds and software simulation environments
- Includes examples and learning exercises with a solutions manual; supplemented by an accompanying website containing PPT-slides.
Wireless Sensor Networks is an essential textbook for advanced students on courses in wireless communications, networking and computer science. It will also be of interest to researchers, system and chip designers, network planners, technical mangers and other professionals in these fields.