Mobile Transmission Using Rigorous Data for Wireless Sensor Networks
K.MANIMALA, B.RANJITH, , ,
Affiliations M.Tech Research Scholar, Priyadarshini Institute of Technology and Science for WomenHOD-CSE, Priyadarshini Institute of Technology and Science for Women
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are progressively more used in data-intensive applications such as
micro-climate monitor, exactitude agriculture, and audio/video supervision. A key dispute faced by data-intensive
WSNs is to convey all the data generated within an application's duration to the base station regardless of the fact
that antenna nodes have restricted power supplies. We recommend using low-cost not reusable mobile transmissions
to concentrate the energy expenditure of data-intensive WSNs. Our advance differs from preceding work in two main
aspects. First, it does not require complex motion planning of mobile nodes, so it can be implemented on a number of
low-cost mobile sensor platforms. Second, we incorporate the energy exploitation due to both mobility and wireless
transmissions into a holistic optimization framework. Our framework consists of three main algorithms. The first
algorithm computes an optimal routing tree pretentious no nodes can move. The second algorithm improves the
topology of the routing tree by tightfistedly adding new nodes exploiting mobility of the newly added nodes. The third
algorithm improves the routing tree by relocating its nodes without changing its topology. This iterative algorithm
converges on the optimal position for each node given the restriction that the routing tree topology does not change.
We present professional distributed implementations for each algorithm that require only inadequate, confined to a
small area bringing together. Because we do not automatically calculate an optimal topology, our ending routing tree
is not automatically optimal. However, our simulation results show that our algorithms significantly surpass the best
K.MANIMALA,B.RANJITH."Mobile Transmission Using Rigorous Data for Wireless Sensor Networks". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.1, Issue 06,pp.436-446, DECEMBER - 2014, URL :https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V1I614.pdf,
Keywords : Wireless sensor networks, energy optimization, mobile nodes, wireless steering
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