Implementation of Distance Vector and Differential Evolution Node Localization Algorithms by Received Signal Strength Indicator

R.V.CH. Sekhar Rao, Dasari Muneer, A.D.K. Pavani, G. Sriman, A.V. Ravi Kiran
2020 Zenodo  
In the present situation estimating the position of nodes are extremely difficult. To quantify the specific area the locus of the nodes should be followed. The methods that are proposed by which the errors can be minimized to some extent is Distance Vector-hop (DV-HOP) localization, Differential Evolution (DE) algorithm. In this method the calculation can be done which uses average hop distance to represent the actual distance is commonly used in range-free localization technology. This
more » ... ology. This calculation has very less errors and node energy utilization is very less in its applications. The inconvenience of dv hop is that it encloses a lots of hoping errors and to limit those errors differential evolution is utilized. Evolutionary algorithm has a branch which includes differential evolution algorithm. DE calculation generally utilized in large number of fields. DE calculation contains the basic structure and can join with different strategies easily.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3742718 fatcat:nmtshuwuk5e2bkm3slaqstqgma