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JEET, Vol. 13, No. 2, March 2018
A Honey-Hive based Efficient Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks
Nandhakumar Ramachandran
Area D - Information and Control
Abstract The advent of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) has led to their use in numerous applications. Sensors are autonomous in nature and are constrained by limited resources. Designing an autonomous topology with criteria for economic and energy conservation is considered a major goal in WSN. The proposed honey-hive clustering consumes minimum energy and resources with minimal transmission delay compared to the existing approaches. The honey-hive approach consists of two phases. The first phase is an Intra-Cluster Min-Max Discrepancy (ICMMD) analysis, which is based on the local honey-hive data gathering technique and the second phase is Inter-Cluster Frequency Matching (ICFM), which is based on the global optimal data aggregation. The proposed data aggregation mechanism increases the optimal connectivity range of the sensor node to a considerable degree for inter-cluster and intra-cluster coverage with an improved optimal energy conservation.
Keyword Data aggregation,Honey hive clustering,Intra cluster min max discrepancy,Inter cluster frequency matching,Energy consumption
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