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Sensing node selection and mobile sink displacement in the environments with multiple targets

Leila Saadatdoost, Homayun Motameni, Seyed Mehdi Hosseini Andargoli, Reza Ghazalian
2021 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
Afterwards, for each target at each round, sensing nodes (SNs) are selected based on the targets' position and the MSes' position.  ...  In target tracking scenarios, a suitable sensor selection method in combination with designing mobile sinks (MSes) movement path is a promising solution to maximise the lifetime of the wireless sensor  ...  and mobile sink displacement in the environments with multiple targets.  ... 
doi:10.1049/wss2.12013 fatcat:b7h3mcc7vveezkk5vjvfqm7xi4

Dynamic Cluster Based Routing Protocol with Sink Mobility Support for Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks

Anandalatchoumy S, Sivaradje G
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
Each cluster member sends the sensed data to the cluster head. Multiple mobile sinks are deployed to gather data directly from cluster heads.  ...  A dynamic cluster based routing protocol coupled with sink mobility support (DCMMS) is proposed. Two schemes are combined together in the protocol.  ...  Underwater nodes forward the information sensed from the detected events in the target area to the mobile sinks directly whenever mobile sinks become their in-range neighbors as a result of which traffic  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i3.16.16183 fatcat:c6kiwrqjcjfrfnj6jo3xopn7py

Energy Efficient Target Tracking Using Sleep Scheduling Mechanism for Wireless Sensor Network

Sam Jenifer.P, Vijayalakshmi P
2014 IOSR Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering  
Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed approach is evaluated and compared with the state-of-the-art protocols in terms of tracking accuracy, inter-node communication, and computation complexity.  ...  In the development of various large-scale Wireless Sensor Network systems, a particular challenging problem is how to dynamically organize the sensors network and route sensed information from the field  ...  The selected nodes sense the target and current target location is calculated.  ... 
doi:10.9790/2834-091294103 fatcat:yf6sbugfl5delonfrzdxkhao24

Smart Subway Information Platform based on Internet of Things

Jun-Song Fu, Zhen-Jiang Zhang, Xin-Lei Jin, Zi-Qi Hao
2013 International Journal of Hybrid Information Technology  
The hierarchical structure of the system are composed with four layers named Internet of things sensing layer, base station transport layer, data processing layer and platform application layer respectively  ...  Depending on the sensor nodes deployed in various functional departments of rail transport and the RFID technology, this system transmits the collected data to the database server through the gateway node  ...  VNCA is run on the information platform and the calculated target locations of each sensor node are sent to the sink node. Then the sink node feeds back the results to each mobile node.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijhit.2013.6.6.15 fatcat:52pfjl5mazfqpgg6cdlzftlsmq

Mobile Sinks Assisted Geographic and Opportunistic Routing Based Interference Avoidance for Underwater Wireless Sensor Network

Farwa Ahmed, Zahid Wadud, Nadeem Javaid, Nabil Alrajeh, Mohamad Alabed, Umar Qasim
2018 Sensors  
With the incorporation of sink mobility, the network topology and delay in the network increases with the passage of time.  ...  The immutable selection of forwarder node leads to dramatic death of node resulting in imbalanced energy depletion and void hole creation.  ...  All authors together organized and refined the manuscript and responded to the comments by respected editor and reviewers. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s18041062 pmid:29614794 pmcid:PMC5948547 fatcat:zaoofl3eqrbujnmapbwm6houcu

Two novel protocols for optimizing energy consumption in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks using fuzzy logic for monitoring, diagnosis and target tracking

Kambiz Koosheshi
2021 SN Applied Sciences  
The use of mobile sink in wireless sensor networks, despite its numerous advantages, is impossible in the majority of environments.  ...  AbstractIn this study, we present two novel protocols for optimizing energy consumption in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks for supervising the environment and multi-target detecting and tracking  ...  In 2019, in line with smarting the movement trajectory of the mobile sink, a protocol called Optimization energy consumption with multiple mobile sinks using fuzzy logic in wireless sensor networks was  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42452-021-04496-6 fatcat:f6hjetenuvdv5ayls76uwqda2y

A Comprehensive Study of Data Collection Schemes Using Mobile Sinks in Wireless Sensor Networks

Abdul Khan, Abdul Abdullah, Mohammad Anisi, Javed Bangash
2014 Sensors  
Upon sensing the events, these nodes disseminate their data in a cooperative manner towards a mobile sink.  ...  Based on the sink mobility patterns, the existing mobile sink-based data collection schemes, which are discussed in detail along with their aims, methodologies, strengths and weaknesses in the various  ...  Acknowledgments The research is supported by Ministry of Education Malaysia (MOE) and conducted in collaboration with Research Management Center (RMC) at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) under VOT NUMBER  ... 
doi:10.3390/s140202510 pmid:24504107 pmcid:PMC3958281 fatcat:ehnoh5hclncvrgwwm5ibzkhkam

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Md. Ashraf Uddin, Md. Mamun, Md. Rashid, Md. MustafizurRahman
2013 International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security  
loss in high mobile node environment.  ...  The leading advantages of the protocol are that it consumes less energy in dense network as only one neighboring node needs to capture the packet and process it and it guarantees less number of packet  ...  In UWSNs, however, most sensor nodes are mobile, and the "network topology" changes very rapidly even with small displacements.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijcnis.2013.12.01 fatcat:dqpdvaz3n5gcte2dgbjiijcaq4

Deployment analysis in underwater acoustic wireless sensor networks

Dario Pompili, Tommaso Melodia, Ian F. Akyildiz
2006 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Underwater networks - WUWNet '06  
guidelines on how to choose the optimal deployment surface area, given a target region; study the robustness of the sensor network to node failures, and provide an estimate of the number of redundant  ...  The objectives of this paper are to determine the minimum number of sensors needed to be deployed to achieve the optimal sensing and communication coverage, which are dictated by the application; provide  ...  sensing range derived in [4] , where the authors investigate sensing and communication coverage in a 3D environment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1161039.1161050 dblp:conf/mobicom/PompiliMA06a fatcat:fljmyy7r2fhbpizwq6iyoke6x4

Controlled mobility in mobile sensor networks: advantages, issues and challenges

Enrico Natalizio, Valeria Loscrí
2011 Telecommunications Systems  
Of course, the advantages obtainable through the use of the mobility imply the knowledge of the different types of mobility and the way to include it in the management architecture of the wireless networks  ...  Exploiting mobility in a wireless environment, instead of considering it as a kind of disturbance, is a fundamental concept that the research community is beginning to appreciate now.  ...  They consider a system that consists of a relay node with controllable mobility and multiple nodes that communicate with each other via the relay node.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11235-011-9561-x fatcat:wagh6meggbf4tjymh5jrmhsuqi

MCM: A New Mobility Coordination Model for WSN

Shantala Devi Patil, Vijayakumar B P
2016 International Journal of Engineering Research and  
In this paper, we aim to identify the benefits and challenges raised due to mobility of nodes. We propose a novel mobility coordination model that is more efficient than the existing techniques.  ...  Having heterogeneity in network is another way to optimize the usage of network resources. Mobility in WSN is introduced explicitly and therefore we can have more control over the nodes movement.  ...  In WSN, node mobility could be of a sensor node, sink/base station and mobile elements (with special functionality).  ... 
doi:10.17577/ijertv5is060674 fatcat:pwrqppymffhwjl4sbk47leoe3a

HIERARCHICAL ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK–A SURVEY

RENGUGADEVI G, SUMITHRA M. G
2013 International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network.  
Wireless sensor networks are a web of sensor nodes with a set of processor and limited memory unit embedded in it.  ...  This paper gives an overview of the different hierarchical routing strategies used in wireless sensor networks and gives a brief working model of energy efficient routing protocols in WSN.  ...  Energy-saving cluster routing with mobile sink (ESCR-MS) In wireless sensor networks with the mobile sink, the sink can join or leave the network at any time.  ... 
doi:10.47893/ijssan.2013.1164 fatcat:h7lgk5zqzzfofcf6u6gysvdsdq

An Energy Efficient Stable Election-Based Routing Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks

Jin Wang, Zhongqi Zhang, Feng Xia, Weiwei Yuan, Sungyoung Lee
2013 Sensors  
The idea is to select a set of cluster heads from the set of nodes in the network, and then cluster the remaining nodes with these heads [12] .  ...  Besides, the cluster head selects the shortest path to reach the sink between the direct approach and the indirect approach with the use of the nearest cluster head.  ...  In the future, we plan to study networks with multiple mobile sinks and adjustable trajectories.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s131114301 pmid:24284767 pmcid:PMC3871129 fatcat:qopgfikw4rdjlge2qwx7qzbxfa

Three-dimensional and two-dimensional deployment analysis for underwater acoustic sensor networks

Dario Pompili, Tommaso Melodia, Ian F. Akyildiz
2009 Ad hoc networks  
to choose the optimal deployment surface area, given a target body of water; study the robustness of the sensor network to node failures, and provide an estimate of the number of redundant sensor nodes  ...  The objective is to determine the minimum number of sensors to be deployed to achieve optimal sensing and communication coverage, which are dictated by application requirements; provide guidelines on how  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported by the Office of Naval Research under contract N00014-02-1-0564.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2008.07.010 fatcat:cgz4fmgml5d25cra6fxl5j25ea

Conceptual Design of Multi-agent System for Suramadu Bridge Structural Health Monitoring System

Seno Adi Putra, Bambang Riyanto, Agung Harsoyo, Achmad Imam Kistijantoro
2015 TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control)  
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is small embedded devices deployed in large scale network with capability to sense, compute, and communicate.  ...  The multi-agent system is a promising approach to be implemented on intelligent and autonomous WSN, especially in the bridge structural health monitoring system.  ...  It may be a sensor node with powerful capability or other computer systems. In this approach sink node sends a MA to target area to visit each sensor node in that area.  ... 
doi:10.12928/telkomnika.v13i3.1382 fatcat:icqjja4dkbcvldr73kihh2blhy
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