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Network Lifetime Improved Optimal Routing in Wireless Sensor Network Environment - 2021

Network Lifetime Improved Optimal Routing in Wireless Sensor Network Environment

Research Area:  Wireless Sensor Networks


In the field of Wireless Sensor Networks, major problem arises due to the unbalanced consumption of energy. The unbalanced consumption will reduce the lifetime of a network performance. In the existing work, replacement of node is a difficult process and conservation of network parameters is not concentrated. It leads to the failure of network in different situations. These issues are resolved by introducing a density aware optimal clustering which is used to perform clustering to ensure the data transmission in a reliable manner. In the proposed work, Energy Balancing and Optimal Routing Based Secured Data Transmission based on clustering is introduced. It enhances the lifetime uniformly deployed data-gathering sensor networks using a balanced energy consumption technique. Ant Colony Optimization method is used to select the optimum head of the cluster to enhance lifetime of a network. Different techniques have been proposed for optimal edge disjoint routing. The data packets are forwarded in an optimum way by these techniques. Hybrid Genetic Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm is used to select the optimum edge disjoint route paths. The parameters of Quality of Service like reliability, capacity of processing, bandwidth and energy are considered to make an optimum selection. Based on the similarity values, sensor datas are grouped and these data are aggregated to ensure the consumption energy which makes an optimum data transmission.


Author(s) Name:  B. Mohankumar,K. Karuppasamy

Journal name:  Wireless Personal Communications

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Publisher name:  Springer

DOI:  10.1007/s11277-021-08275-9

Volume Information:  volume 117, pages 3449–3468 (2021)