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A Quantitative Analysis of Collision Resolution Protocol for Wireless Sensor Network

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DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2015.88036    3,596 Downloads   4,085 Views Citations

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In this paper, we present formal analysis of 2CS-WSN collision resolution protocol for wireless sensor networks using probabilistic model checking. The 2CS-WSN protocol is designed to be used during the contention phase of IEEE 802.15.4. In previous work on 2CS-WSN analysis, authors formalized protocol description at abstract level by defining counters to represent number of nodes in specific local state. On abstract model, the properties specifying individual node behavior cannot be analyzed. We formalize collision resolution protocol as a Markov Decision Process to express each node behavior and perform quantitative analysis using probabilistic model checker PRISM. The identical nodes induce symmetry in the reachable state space which leads to redundant search over equivalent areas of the state space during model checking. We use “ExplicitPRISMSymm” on-the-fly symmetry reduction approach to prevent the state space explosion and thus accommodate large number of nodes for analysis.

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Patel, R. and Patel, D. (2015) A Quantitative Analysis of Collision Resolution Protocol for Wireless Sensor Network. Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, 8, 361-371. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2015.88036.

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