With the huge rise of Wireless technologies, Wireless Sensor Networks ((WSNs) technology has emerged as an active research area in recent years. The wireless sensor network is a dynamic network designed through an autonomous structure of nodes connected by wireless links without utilizing any network infrastructure. WSNs comprise a large number of sensor nodes and wirelessly communicate to send and receive environmental information. Self-healing, scalability, self-organization, energy efficiency, an adequate degree of connectivity among nodes, low Cost, low complexity are the main characteristics of WSNs. Its foremost aim is the reliability and security of data.
WSNs have emerging day-by-day and rapidly growing in diverse applications such as Environmental Applications, Habitat Applications, Military Applications, medical and Healthcare Applications, smart world, and Industrial Applications. Though mobility, security, and congestion, reliability are the major issues involved in Wireless Sensor Networks. Several publishers provide research books on various topics on Wireless Sensor Networks. This list presents the hot leading research books with trending topics in Wireless Sensor Networks. The research books involve Chapman and Hall/CRC, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Wiley-ISTE, Springer-Verlag London, and others.