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iPath: Path Inference in Wireless Sensor Networks
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iPath: Path Inference in Wireless Sensor Networks

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iPath: Path Inference in Wireless Sensor Networks

With the growing network scale and the dynamic nature of wireless communications, the wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has become complex. Many measurement and diagnostic approaches depend on per-packet routing paths for accurate and fine-grained analysis of the complex network behaviors.

To reconstruct the per-packet routing paths in dynamic and large-scale networks, novel path inference approach called iPath is proposed. The basic idea of iPath is to exploit high path similarity to iteratively infer long paths from short ones. iPath starts with an initial known set of paths and performs path inference iteratively. iPath includes a novel design of a lightweight hash function for verification of the inferred paths.

In order to further improve the inference capability as well as the execution efficiency, iPath includes a fast bootstrapping algorithm to reconstruct the initial set of paths. We also implement iPath and evaluate its performance using traces from large-scale WSN deployments as well as extensive simulations.

Results show that iPath achieves much higher reconstruction ratios under different network settings compared to other state-of-the-art approaches.


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