2017
[4]
A. Mavromatis, G. Papadopoulos, X. Fafoutis, A. Goulianos, G. Oikonomou, P. Chatzimisios, T. Tryfonas, "Link quality and path based clustering in IEEE 802.15.4-2015 TSCH networks", in Proc. IEEE ISCC, pp. 798-803, 2017
@INPROCEEDINGS{Mavromatis-2017-iscc, title = {Link quality and path based clustering in IEEE 802.15.4-2015 TSCH networks}, author = {Alexandros Mavromatis and Georgios Papadopoulos and Xenofon Fafoutis and Angelos Goulianos and George Oikonomou and Periklis Chatzimisios and Theo Tryfonas}, year = {2017}, month = {9}, pages = {798--803}, doi = {10.1109/ISCC.2017.8024625}, booktitle = {Proc. IEEE ISCC}, publisher = {IEEE}, gsid = {10353404964759799904}, oa-url = {https://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/publications/link-quality-and-path-based-clustering-in-ieee-8021542015-tsch-networks(11a32dd8-50b3-462a-8204-fe34240a47b0).html}, abstract = {Advance clustering techniques have been widely used in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) since they can potentially reduce latency, improve scheduling, decrease end-to-end delay and optimise energy consumption within a dense network topology. In this paper, we present a novel clustering algorithm for high density IEEE 802.15.4-2015 Time-Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH). In particular, the proposed methodology merges a variety of solutions into an integrated clustering design. Assuming an homogeneous network distribution, the proposed configuration deploys a hierarchical down-top approach of equally numbered sub-groups, in which the formation of the separate sub-groups is adapted to the network density and the node selection metric is based on the link quality indicator. The presented algorithm is implemented in Contiki Operating System (OS) and several test vectors have been designed in order to evaluate the performance of the proposed algorithm in a COOJA simulation environment. Performance results demonstrate the capability of the clustering structure since compared to the default scheme it significantly improves the energy efficiency up to 35%, packet drops more than 40% as well the packet retransmission rate. Last but not least, the outcome of this study indicates a major increase in the network lifetime, i.e., up to 50%.}, }
Advance clustering techniques have been widely used in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) since they can potentially reduce latency, improve scheduling, decrease end-to-end delay and optimise energy consumption within a dense network topology. In this paper, we present a novel clustering algorithm for high density IEEE 802.15.4-2015 Time-Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH). In particular, the proposed methodology merges a variety of solutions into an integrated clustering design. Assuming an homogeneous network distribution, the proposed configuration deploys a hierarchical down-top approach of equally numbered sub-groups, in which the formation of the separate sub-groups is adapted to the network density and the node selection metric is based on the link quality indicator. The presented algorithm is implemented in Contiki Operating System (OS) and several test vectors have been designed in order to evaluate the performance of the proposed algorithm in a COOJA simulation environment. Performance results demonstrate the capability of the clustering structure since compared to the default scheme it significantly improves the energy efficiency up to 35%, packet drops more than 40% as well the packet retransmission rate. Last but not least, the outcome of this study indicates a major increase in the network lifetime, i.e., up to 50%.
2016
[3]
A. Mavromatis, G. Papadopoulos, X. Fafoutis, A. Elsts, G. Oikonomou, T. Tryfonas, "Impact of Guard Time Length on IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH Energy Consumption", in Proc. IEEE SECON, 2016
@INPROCEEDINGS{Mavromatis-2016-secon, title = {Impact of Guard Time Length on IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH Energy Consumption}, author = {Alexandros Mavromatis and Georgios Papadopoulos and Xenofon Fafoutis and Atis Elsts and George Oikonomou and Theo Tryfonas}, publisher = {IEEE}, year = {2016}, month = jun, doi = {10.1109/SAHCN.2016.7732997}, oa-url = {http://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/publications/impact-of-guard-time-length-on-ieee-802154e-tsch-energy-consumption(998e1765-d954-455b-8f78-bde35530d3db).html}, gsid = {12463584546266532323}, booktitle = {Proc. IEEE SECON}, abstract = {The IEEE 802.15.4-2015 standard defines a number of Medium Access Control (MAC) layer protocols for low- power wireless communications in the IoT. Originally defined in the IEEE 802.15.4e amendment, TSCH (Time Slotted Channel Hopping) is among the proposed mechanisms. TSCH is a scheme aiming to guarantee network reliability by keeping nodes time-synchronised at the MAC layer. In order to ensure successful communication between a sender and a receiver, the latter starts listening shortly before the expected time of a MAC layer frame’s arrival. The offset between the time a node starts listening and the estimated time of frame arrival is called guard time and it aims to reduce the probability of missed frames due to clock drift. In this poster, we investigate the effect of the guard time duration on energy consumption. We identify that, when using the 6tisch minimal schedule, the most significant cause of energy consumption is idle listening during guard time. Therefore, the energy-efficiency of TSCH can be significantly improved by guard time optimisation. Our performance evaluation results, conducted using the Contiki operating system, show that an efficient configuration of guard time may reduce energy consumption by up to 30%, without compromising network reliability.}, }
The IEEE 802.15.4-2015 standard defines a number of Medium Access Control (MAC) layer protocols for low- power wireless communications in the IoT. Originally defined in the IEEE 802.15.4e amendment, TSCH (Time Slotted Channel Hopping) is among the proposed mechanisms. TSCH is a scheme aiming to guarantee network reliability by keeping nodes time-synchronised at the MAC layer. In order to ensure successful communication between a sender and a receiver, the latter starts listening shortly before the expected time of a MAC layer frame’s arrival. The offset between the time a node starts listening and the estimated time of frame arrival is called guard time and it aims to reduce the probability of missed frames due to clock drift. In this poster, we investigate the effect of the guard time duration on energy consumption. We identify that, when using the 6tisch minimal schedule, the most significant cause of energy consumption is idle listening during guard time. Therefore, the energy-efficiency of TSCH can be significantly improved by guard time optimisation. Our performance evaluation results, conducted using the Contiki operating system, show that an efficient configuration of guard time may reduce energy consumption by up to 30%, without compromising network reliability.
[2]
G. Papadopoulos, A. Mavromatis, X. Fafoutis, N. Montavont, R. Piechocki, T. Tryfonas, G. Oikonomou, "Guard Time Optimisation and Adaptation for Energy Efficient Multi-hop TSCH Networks", in Proc. IEEE WF-IoT, 2016
@INPROCEEDINGS{Papadopoulos-2016-wfiot, title = {Guard Time Optimisation and Adaptation for Energy Efficient Multi-hop {TSCH} Networks}, author = {Georgios Papadopoulos and Alexandros Mavromatis and Xenofon Fafoutis and Nicolas Montavont and Robert Piechocki and Theo Tryfonas and George Oikonomou}, year = {2016}, booktitle = {Proc. IEEE WF-IoT}, oa-url = {http://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/publications/guard-time-optimisation-and-adaptation-for-energy-efficient-multihop-tsch-networks(e72d25b2-2193-4b8b-ad01-9a12392e624e).html}, doi = {10.1109/WF-IoT.2016.7845475}, publisher = {IEEE}, abstract = {In the IEEE 802.15.4-2015 standard, Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH) aims to guarantee high-level network reliability by keeping nodes time-synchronised. In order to ensure successful communication between a sender and a receiver, the latter starts listening shortly before the expected time of a MAC layer frame’s arrival. The offset between the time a node starts listening and the estimated time of frame arrival is called guard time and it aims to reduce the probability of missed frames due to clock drift. In this paper, we investigate the impact of the guard time on network performance. We identify that, when using the 6tisch minimal schedule, the most significant cause of energy consumption is idle listening during guard time. Therefore, we first perform mathematical modelling on a TSCH link to identify the guard time that maximises the energy-efficiency of the TSCH network in single hop topology. We then continue in multi-hop network, where we empirically adapt the guard time locally at each node depending its distance, in terms of hops, from the sink. Our performance evaluation results, conducted using the Contiki OS, demonstrate that the proposed decentralised guard time adaptation can reduce the energy consumption by up to 40\%, without compromising network reliability.} }
In the IEEE 802.15.4-2015 standard, Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH) aims to guarantee high-level network reliability by keeping nodes time-synchronised. In order to ensure successful communication between a sender and a receiver, the latter starts listening shortly before the expected time of a MAC layer frame’s arrival. The offset between the time a node starts listening and the estimated time of frame arrival is called guard time and it aims to reduce the probability of missed frames due to clock drift. In this paper, we investigate the impact of the guard time on network performance. We identify that, when using the 6tisch minimal schedule, the most significant cause of energy consumption is idle listening during guard time. Therefore, we first perform mathematical modelling on a TSCH link to identify the guard time that maximises the energy-efficiency of the TSCH network in single hop topology. We then continue in multi-hop network, where we empirically adapt the guard time locally at each node depending its distance, in terms of hops, from the sink. Our performance evaluation results, conducted using the Contiki OS, demonstrate that the proposed decentralised guard time adaptation can reduce the energy consumption by up to 40\%, without compromising network reliability.
[1]
G. Papadopoulos, A. Mavromatis, X. Fafoutis, R. Piechocki, T. Tryfonas, G. Oikonomou, "Guard Time Optimisation for Energy Efficiency in IEEE 802.15.4-2015 TSCH Links", in 2nd EAI International Conference on Interoperability in IoT, ser. LNICST, pp. 56-63, 2016
@INPROCEEDINGS{Papadopoulos-2016-interiot-1, title = {Guard Time Optimisation for Energy Efficiency in IEEE 802.15.4-2015 TSCH Links}, author = {Georgios Papadopoulos and Alexandros Mavromatis and Xenofon Fafoutis and Robert Piechocki and Theo Tryfonas and George Oikonomou}, year = {2016}, pages = {56--63}, publisher = {Springer}, booktitle = {2nd EAI International Conference on Interoperability in IoT}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-52727-7_8}, oa-url = {http://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/publications/guard-time-optimisation-for-energy-efficiency-in-ieee-8021542015-tsch-links(fe063bf4-68c0-45c5-a312-142a4faf0808).html} volume = {190}, series = {LNICST}, abstract = {Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH) is among the Medium Access Control (MAC) schemes defined in the IEEE 802.15.4-2015 standard. TSCH aims to guarantee high-level network reliability by keeping nodes time-synchronised. In order to ensure successful communication between a sender and a receiver, the latter starts listening shortly before the expected time of a MAC layer frame’s arrival. The offset between the time a node starts listening and the estimated time of frame arrival is called guard time and it aims to reduce the probability of missed frames due to clock drift. In this paper, we investigate the impact of the guard time length on network performance. We identify that, when using the 6TiSCH minimal schedule, the most significant cause of energy consumption is idle listening during guard time. Therefore, we perform empirical optimisations on the guard time to maximise the energy-efficiency of a TSCH link. Our experiments, conducted using the Contiki OS, show that optimal guard time configuration can reduce energy consumption by up to 40\%, without compromising network reliability.} }
Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH) is among the Medium Access Control (MAC) schemes defined in the IEEE 802.15.4-2015 standard. TSCH aims to guarantee high-level network reliability by keeping nodes time-synchronised. In order to ensure successful communication between a sender and a receiver, the latter starts listening shortly before the expected time of a MAC layer frame’s arrival. The offset between the time a node starts listening and the estimated time of frame arrival is called guard time and it aims to reduce the probability of missed frames due to clock drift. In this paper, we investigate the impact of the guard time length on network performance. We identify that, when using the 6TiSCH minimal schedule, the most significant cause of energy consumption is idle listening during guard time. Therefore, we perform empirical optimisations on the guard time to maximise the energy-efficiency of a TSCH link. Our experiments, conducted using the Contiki OS, show that optimal guard time configuration can reduce energy consumption by up to 40\%, without compromising network reliability.
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