Naeem Jan's research while affiliated with COMSATS University Islamabad and other places

Publications (8)

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The bi-directional flow of energy and information in the smart grid makes it possible to record and analyze the electricity consumption profiles of consumers. Because of the increasing rate of inflation over the past few years, people started looking for means to use electricity illegally, termed as electricity theft. Many data analytics techniques...
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Energy hole creation is one of the most important issues in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). This paper aims to analyze the energy hole boundary for avoiding the creation of energy hole such that network lifetime is prolonged. An analytical model is presented to analyze the network lifetime and location of energy hole from the start of network till...
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In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), energy balancing and energy efficiency are the key requirements to prolong the network lifetime. In this paper, we investigate the problem of energy hole, where sensor nodes located near the sink or in some other parts of the network die very early due to unbalanced load distribution. Moreover, there is a dire ne...
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In wireless sensor networks (WSNs) energy balancing and energy efficiency are the key requirements to prolong the network lifetime. In this paper, we investigate the problem of energy hole, where sensor nodes located near the sink or in some other parts of the network die very early due to unbalanced load distribution. Moreover, there is a dire nee...
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In wireless sensor networks (WSNs) energy balancing and energy efficiency are the key requirements to prolong the network lifetime. In this thesis, we investigate the problem of energy hole, where sensor nodes located near the sink or in some other parts of the network die very early due to unbalanced load distribution. Moreover, there is a dire ne...
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In this paper, we propose depth and reliability aware delay sensitive (DRADS) routing protocol for underwater wireless sensor networks (UWSNs). We take motivation from underwater opportunistic routing (UWOR) protocol which introduces a new E E L|success (Fi) metric, i.e., the expected end-to-end latency from sender node i to sink. We consider two f...
Conference Paper
In this paper, we propose depth and reliability aware delay sensitive (DRADS) routing protocol for underwater wireless sensor networks (UWSNs). We take motivation from underwater opportunistic routing (UWOR) protocol which introduces a new EEL| success (Fi) metric, i.e., the expected end-to-end latency from sender node i to sink. We consider two fl...

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... Furthermore, recall, area under the curve (AUC), precision, and F1-score metrics are considered the appropriate measures in order to compute the classifiers' performance using the imbalanced data [35]. Based on the cases mentioned above, the accuracy metric is not an appropriate performance measure [48,49]. ...
... Although 1012 these schemes can shorten the routing path, they continue to 1013 suffer from traffic congestion surrounding the hole. In [24], 1014 the next forwarder node was chosen based on a so-called 1015 forwarding factor. This factor is proportional to the residual 1016 energy and inversely proportional to the distance to the 1017 neighbors' destinations. ...
... For experimental evaluation, the underlying platform Crossbow Mica2 [16] is considered and energy consumption values from Heinzelman et al. [13]. Sink mobility based schemes [17][18][19][20] demonstrate the effectiveness of mobile sink to counter energy-hole problems, which results in network lifetime extension. ...
... In the evaluation of suitable wireless sensor networks (WSN) topology for network lifetime, the first sensor node that runs out of energy constitutes one important metric [1]. Fast energy depletion at DNs creates energy holes that would consequently cause the isolation of sink nodes and henceforth, short network lifetime [2,3]. Because of the sensor nodes energy constraint, the issue of energy consumption in the network has become the subject of much research on how to prolong the lifetime of the network [4,5]. ...
... Excellent works are being performed by various researchers to overcome the issue of limited energy in sensor nodes [1]. Proposed architecture of an Intermittent Energy Aware (IEA) EH-WSN platform with an intention of lowering the energy consumption [3,32] Proposed J-MERDG technique and CLB respectively, to recharge the nodes using SenCar when it is moved across various sensor nodes in a network [4]. Used Travelling Salesman Problem (TSP) to manage the demand of energy by utilizing clustering mechanism [5]. ...
... Khan et al. [8] proposed an energy hole mitigation method using nodes deployment around the sink in which the nodes located close to the sink could switch on power scheduling when all data were collected by the superior ones. Although this method could partially reduce the problem, the network performance could be decreased. ...
... In other works, 23-28 researchers have presented fault diagnosis and recovery schemes to effectively deal with the faulty readings. More research works [29][30][31][32][33] have worked on reducing the amount of retransmissions and void holes and provided new ways of efficient routing in underwater WSN. Javaid et al 33 have used a depth threshold to the amount of hops and their presented metric ensures the packet delivery in underwater WSN. ...