Maximum network lifetime with load balance and connectivity by clustering process for wireless sensor networks
Dr. C. Gulzar, AmeenaYasmeen, , ,
Wireless sensor networks are formed by a large number of low-power, low-cost and multifunctional wireless sensor nodes. The basic philosophy of wireless sensor network is to provide maximum coverage and connectivity of a sensing environment. Thus the network lifetime must be maximized as long as possible. As the usage of wireless sensor network has grown enormously the need for efficient management of energy has also increased. Wireless sensor networks are applied to a variety of range of applications such as home health care, battlefield surveillance, machine failure diagnosis, biological detection, home security, smart spaces, inventory tracking, machine monitoring, and environmental monitoring. These application tasks require full coverage at any time. Energy is a very scarce resource in case of wireless sensor network and it has to be managed properly to extend the life of the sensors. The nodes must be organized into maximal number of subgroups (clusters) capable of monitoring all discrete points of interest. To guarantee the connectivity of sensor nodes is also important while achieving full coverage. In this paper, thus we develop a novel Fully Clustered Energy-efficient Connected Coverage (FCECC) algorithm. The proposed (FCECC) consists of two components:
Dr. C. Gulzar,AmeenaYasmeen," Maximum network lifetime with load balance and connectivity by clustering process for wireless sensor networks”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, Volume 3, Issue 7, July-2016, pp. 375-383
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