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Data consistency matrix based data processing model for efficient data storage in wireless sensor networks - 2020

Research Area:  Wireless Sensor Networks

Abstract:

The Data storage Model has been the significant research due to some issues of traffic and attacking systems, and there are numerous methodologies has been communicated about for the effect of data storage and data distributions, but suffer from the exactness and time complicated issues. We propose a novel approach which performs Data Consistency Matrix Based Data Processing Model of routes utilizing with which a correct neighbor node will be chosen. The proposed technique keeps up log about the traffic design at each time window for every data distribution focuses. We assess the attack design at every connection point at each time outline utilizing for which the route matrix factor will be assumed for each route accessible for different goal from a beginning stage. The strategy keeps up various data about the distributed system like the number of connection focuses, then some concerns at every connection point and the separation between the nodes link concentrates, and the amount of nodes goes through the network. Every one of these components is utilized to process the data distribution factor at specific node channel at any period. Given listed data storage factor, we prepare the storage time in every way at various time window to choose the single route to achieve any destination in the network. The proposed approach has created productive outcomes in data storage and data processing model in the system.

Author(s) Name:  Gokulraj J.,Senthilkumar J.,Suresh Y.,Mohanraj V.

Journal name:  Computer Communications

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Publisher name:  Elsevier B.V.

DOI:  10.1016/j.comcom.2019.12.060

Volume Information:  Volume 151, 1 February 2020, Pages 172-182