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The operation of restoring the body with the majority deciding element cannot be considered satisfactory if the probability of [q.sub.1],[q.sub.2], ..., [q.sub.n] binary channel errors [B.sub.1], [B.sub.2], ..., [B.sub.n] are different and, therefore, each of information [x.sub.i], coming from the binary channel [B.sub.i] entering i input decisive element, it is necessary to ascribe the weight [a.sub.i], [for all]i = [bar.1,n], where [a.sub.i] an arbitrary real number (-[infinity] < [a.sub.i] < +[infinity]).
[P.sub.s] can be calculated according to Equation (3), with the use of [P.sub.c] and [P.sub.e] x [P.sub.c] stands for the error probability due to the collision, and [P.sub.e] shows the probability of channel error [5].
We controlled the channel error rate artificially using space in a TinyOS-1.x TOSSIM to develop various wireless channel environments.
The development of channel errors was simulated for the cases when one element of the scheme operates with the error.
This deviation results either due to the channel degradation or the partner's bit estimate error that arises from the quality of the inter-user channel error ([P.sub.e12]).
Moreover, to simplify the analysis, we assume the uncertainty bound of all channel error in imperfect CSI case is uniform.
The first model is a pure generative Elliot's model whose output is a unique observable channel error process and its algorithmic representation is a simple if-else block scheme with parameters as threshold values; the first generated random value is used for state selection, the second is used for bit generation.
However, the authors did not consider wireless channel errors or lost frames, and the techniques are unlikely to work well in sparse topologies.
Model for Wireless Channel Error. Since most of the envisioned applications for WSNs assume that sensor nodes are densely lying on the ground and their antennas are a few centimeters over the ground, this near ground feature makes the channel models for WSNs to be different from the channel models used in mobile wireless communication networks, where antennas are always over the ground by 1.5 meters.
The proposed modification recognizes a considerable performance drop of the channel due to collision and channel error. According to the proposed method in [9], the probability of a packet successfully transmitted can be defined as [Q.sub.S] which is the inverse of packet loss probability and it is used as performance metric to track the channels performance in this work.
Thus, resolving the performance degradation caused by channel error estimation is an open research question [9].
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