IJMTES – IMPROVED DATA COLLECTION IN ARBITRARY WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science 

Author’s Name : R. Puviyarasu, V. Suvetha, K. Nandhagopal

Volume 01 Issue o5  Year 2014  

ISSN no:  2348-3121  

Page no: 197-202

Abstract—Fundamental function of wireless sensor networks is to provide an efficient data collection. Collecting the data from all the sensor nodes is critical in wireless sensor network. The performance of data collection in sensor networks can be characterized by the rate of data collected and transmitted to the sink node. The limitations of data collection processing are delay and minimum capacity for the many to one data collection in arbitrary wireless sensor networks. Routing protocols used in network to achieves reliability, energy efficiency and scalability in message delivery. The Efficient and Reliable Routing protocol routes messages to one or more hubs for data aggregation applications. The design of Efficient and Reliable Routing protocol is based on path length, distance traversed, energy levels and success of link transmission, to dynamically determine and maintain the best routes in the routing table. Data collection using efficient and reliable routing protocol based on path scheduling algorithm. In a disk graph model a Breadth First Search tree based method is used to achieve maximum capacity of data in any arbitrary wireless sensor networks.

Keywords—Arbitrary networks; capacity; data collection; efficient; routing protocols.

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