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Analysis of dynamic topology wireless sensor networks for the internet of things - 2021

Analysis of dynamic topology wireless sensor networks for the internet of things

Research Area:  Wireless Sensor Networks


The availability of the smart existing systems utilizes the system assets for crucial internet of things (IoT). The IoT visions to develop effectively with the processing model. Past customary versatile figuring set-ups utilize advanced mobile phones and portables. A sensor could drop out for various reasons, for the system to act naturally adjusting and consider multipath steering. Dynamic topology for a remote sensor arranges all the detecting hubs that are associated together for gathering information that are transmitted. The goals that are accompanying are set for exploring the work that are to be finished. Several sensor hubs in the system are arranged for the improvement of proficiency dynamic topology. The novel strategy has been proposed for the improvement in oneself sorting out, multi-bounce systems for the remote sensor hubs. Because of its ability to decrease energy utilisation, a cluster-based model is the best in the remote sensor arrangement. The cluster head selection processes are a lumbering procedure that influences execution on the system execution. Few investigations propose the determination of the cluster head techniques that are being large portion of them that are not fitting for a powerful grouping condition. The calculations for the proposed methodology work better inside a solitary bounce grouping model structure, and the system lifetime establishes a major issue if there should be an occurrence of multi-jump bunching conditions. The manuscript presents cluster head determination technique novel single-hop and multi-hop cluster head selection by GA (S/M HCH-GA) in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) for both one-hop as well as multi-hop cluster models. The technique that is proposed intends to meet the prerequisites of dynamic situations; this is done by choosing cluster head that is dependent on the energy that remains along with the energy that is consumed.


Author(s) Name:  Praveen Kumar R, Jennifer S. Raj, Smys S


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Publisher name:  Wiley

DOI:  10.1002/dac.4978

Volume Information:  Volume34, Issue17 25 November 2021