Moreover, unpredictable and on-demand communication occurs in an IWSN. For example, eco-friendly systems such as distribution automation and demand response systems have been deployed in order to use energy efficiently.
Therefore, our challenges in this paper are to mitigate unexpected latency for unpredictable and high-priority IWSN communications and to show how to meet system requirements for high end-to-end success probability of periodic communication.
Since most of existing WSNs cannot satisfy the requirement, we propose a scheme to provide real time communication over a large scale IWSN.
According to the evaluation result, a better mechanism from two possible mechanisms was chosen and this was proposed as a solution to the dynamic routing strategy for an IWSN based on the WirelessHART standard.
In that case, it is not possible to apply the mechanism as a solution to the dynamic routing in the IWSN.
It is not possible to have such a long time for the IWSN and thus some experiments must now be conducted for the values 40 and 50.
To cover the narrow process efficiently with FDs, we propose a FNs based IWSN. In this section, we present the further discussion on the system architecture.
To meet the requirement in narrow process industry, we present an IWSN based on FNs and BN.
However, in IWSN, when an unexpected event happens, the application usually needs to get detailed information about the specific plant or even machine where it happens, which means the use of source address is inevitable.
In this paper, a novel dynamic address encoding scheme is proposed for IWSN. The scheme optimizes MAC addresses and network addresses based on packet arrival rate.
Their approach may hardly be used for a centralized TDMA-based IWSN, since it may bring difficulties for scheduling.
Unlike traditional WSNs, the network structure of an IWSN is generally centralized.