Bandwidth assignment in a cluster-based wireless sensor network

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Bandwidth assignment in a cluster-based wireless sensor network. / Azizi, Tarek; Beghdad, Rachid; Oussalah, Mourad.

Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science. Vol. 2 LNECS 2013. p. 1442-1447.

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Azizi, T, Beghdad, R & Oussalah, M 2013, Bandwidth assignment in a cluster-based wireless sensor network. in Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science. vol. 2 LNECS, pp. 1442-1447, 2013 World Congress on Engineering, WCE 2013, London, United Kingdom, 3/07/13.

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Azizi, T., Beghdad, R., & Oussalah, M. (2013). Bandwidth assignment in a cluster-based wireless sensor network. In Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science (Vol. 2 LNECS, pp. 1442-1447)

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Azizi T, Beghdad R, Oussalah M. Bandwidth assignment in a cluster-based wireless sensor network. In Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science. Vol. 2 LNECS. 2013. p. 1442-1447

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Azizi, Tarek ; Beghdad, Rachid ; Oussalah, Mourad. / Bandwidth assignment in a cluster-based wireless sensor network. Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science. Vol. 2 LNECS 2013. pp. 1442-1447

Bibtex

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