IJMTES – ENERGY EFFICIENCY AWARE SINK RELOCATION USING AD-HOC NETWORK

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

Author’s Name : Hemant S.Kathote  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 5-9

Abstract – The aim of this paper is to investigate the rate in which sink node Relocation occur in order to improve the efficiency of wireless sensor networks.  We consider the problem of energy in routing over adaptively duty-cycled wireless sensor networks. We model the problem as the energy-dependent sink node problem. We show that such networks satisfy the sink relocation property, which makes the energy-dependent sink node problem solvable in short time. Using the EASR (energy aware sink relocation) we propose a fast distributed algorithm to construct all-to-one shortest paths with polynomial message complexity and energy complexity. The algorithm determines the shortest paths for all discrete times in a single execution, in contrast with multiple executions needed by previous solutions and energy aware sink relocation. The results reveal that our algorithms are more efficient than previous solutions in terms of message cost and space cost and energy saving.

Keywords— Ad-hoc Network; Energy Efficient; Relocation 

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