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MELEACH-L: More Energy-Efficient LEACH for Large-Scale WSNs

Jing Chen, Hong Shen
2008 2008 4th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing  
Wireless Sensor Network; routing protocol; multi-channel; energy efficiency I. 978-1-4244-2108-4/08/$25.00 © 2008 IEEE Authorized licensed use limited to: Guangdong Univ of Tech.  ...  According to our analysis and simulations, these two techniques solve the problems satisfactorily efficiently, making MELEACH-L an applicable version of MELEACH for large-scale WSNs.  ...  CONCLUSION We presented an energy-efficient multi-channel routing protocol on wireless sensor networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wicom.2008.915 fatcat:gyvaoku5kvhhfjt6tfvsx4d2ci

An Integrated Approach for Constructing Cluster-based Virtual Backbone with Mobile Sink

Khalil Al-shqeerat
2019 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
</p><p class="Abstract">In this paper, the virtual backbone routing solution is suggested to reduce energy consumption in a wireless sensor network.  ...  The proposed approach aims to construct an efficient data aggregation spanning tree used to send or receive data between the mobile sink and elected cluster heads in wireless sensor networks.  ...  Virtual backbones have been proposed as an efficient mechanism for minimal energy consumption, and offer energy-efficient transmission based on multi-hop routing in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v13i01.9539 fatcat:yjkkar5kqbb6jkfxu3oo3dxxe4

A Survey on Routing Protocols for Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Networks

Changle Li, Hanxiao Zhang, Binbin Hao, Jiandong Li
2011 Sensors  
Finally some open issues in routing protocol design in large-scale wireless sensor networks and conclusions are proposed.  ...  With the advances in micro-electronics, wireless sensor devices have been made much smaller and more integrated, and large-scale wireless sensor networks (WSNs) based the cooperation among the significant  ...  The EVBT algorithm aims to build an energy efficient tree throughout the network.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s110403498 pmid:22163808 pmcid:PMC3231341 fatcat:g76fuvv6rvfgnc6akp4a3t64yy

Virtual Backbone Trees for Most Minimal Energy Consumption and Increasing Network Lifetime In WSNs [article]

S. Saibharath, J. Aarthi
2014 arXiv   pre-print
But all the proposed virtual backbone trees are not fully energy efficient and EVBTs have few flaws associated with them. In this paper two such virtual backbones are proposed.  ...  For every node, route path with most minimal energy consumption is identified and a new tree node is elected only when a better minimal energy consumption route is identified for a node to communicate  ...  Clustering and backbone formation are two contrasting schemes for efficient routing in wireless sensor network [13] [14] .  ... 
arXiv:1402.2204v1 fatcat:en55b375s5gqznt6smfh6xktii

Clustered Key Management Scheme to Maximize Life of Wireless Sensor Networks

K Vimal Kumar Stephen
2016 International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science  
Security and lifetime of a sensor node in a network plays an important role.  ...  An unstructured WSN contains a dense collection of sensor nodes. These sensors are small, computing resources, with limited processing and they are inexpensive.  ...  Although with an increase in network coverage, the number of alive nodes decreases with respect to coverage and connectivity The energy consumption for delivering the data for 100 and 200 nodes for EVBT  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijecs/v5i7.21 fatcat:s3om2dw2cbhptjqcbwfo4ppz7u

A Comparative Study of Clustering Protocols for Wireless Sensor Network

Navpreet Kaur
2015 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
Keywords WSN-wireless sensor network, LEACH-Low energy adaptive clustering hierarchy, DEEC-Distributed Energy Effective Clustering, EECS-Energy efficient clustering scheme, DDEEC-Developed Distributed  ...  Moreover document discusses various restrictions in the earlier methods in the tabular type. General Terms Clustering, limited battery, energy efficient.  ...  It's perfect for usage of energy in redirecting in wireless sensor techniques.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais15-451345 fatcat:wtovluuqxrcgnayx4g4ylrbtva

A Survey on the Taxonomy of Cluster-Based Routing Protocols for Homogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks

Soroush Naeimi, Hamidreza Ghafghazi, Chee-Onn Chow, Hiroshi Ishii
2012 Sensors  
The past few years have witnessed increased interest among researchers in cluster-based protocols for homogeneous networks because of their better scalability and higher energy efficiency than other routing  ...  In the past decade, there has been much research regarding the great potential capabilities of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) in applications such as environmental monitoring, habitat study, military  ...  Energy Efficient Sensor Network Protocol (APTEEN) [114] as an extension to TEEN.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s120607350 pmid:22969350 pmcid:PMC3435979 fatcat:t37xkir5gbdklbpqclq2js6uoe

A New Classification of Backbone Formation Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks

Razieh Asgarnezhad, Javad Torkestani
For instance, backbone nodes in networks can perform efficient routing and broadcasting.  ...  A backbone reduces the communication overhead, increases the bandwidth efficiency, decreases the overall energy consumption, and, at last, increases network effective lifetime in a Wireless Sensor Network  ...  The backbone of a network is normally required to be connected. For example, connected backbone node in ad hoc networks can perform efficient routing and broadcasting.  ... 

Connected Dominating Set Problem and its Application to Wireless Sensor Networks

Razieh Asgarnezhad, Javad Torkestani
For example, Connected Dominating Set nodes can perform efficient routing and broadcasting in networks.  ...  In Wireless Sensor Networks, all nodes are energy constrained. There are no predefined and no fixed infrastructures in networks.  ...  [3] provided two versions of an algorithm to construct the DS for a wireless network.  ... 

Combined Keys Control Methods to Extrapolate the Duration of Wireless Sensor Networks

K Vimal, Kumar Stephen
2017 Mathivanan V International Journal of Innovations & Advancement in Computer Science   unpublished
Security and lifetime of a sensor node in a network plays an important role.  ...  Wireless senor networks are widely applied in many fields such as disaster management, habitat monitoring and Traffic Control.  ...  Although with an increase in network coverage, the number of alive nodes decreases with respect to coverage and connectivity The energy consumption for delivering the data for 100 and 200 nodes for EVBT  ...