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Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/ICGTSPICC.2016.7955299

Modeling of clustering and sectoring approach in WSN

01 Dec 2016-pp 208-212
Abstract: This paper emphasis on different hierarchical routing protocols in wireless sensor network. The Clustering approached is used in LEACH protocol for better communication with energy saving. The Sectoring Scheme is used in MARS approach for dividing the sensor network into different sectors. It improves reliability of an application or network. The working of both the approaches is explained in algorithmic form. The mathematical modeling of LEACH and MARS protocol is discussed. more

Topics: Hierarchical routing (59%), Zone Routing Protocol (57%), Routing protocol (57%) more

Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1007/S11277-018-5646-0
Abstract: Data aggregation algorithms play a primary role in WSN, as it collects and aggregates the data in an energy efficient manner so that the life expectancy of the network is extended. This paper intends to develop a query-based aggregation model for WSN using the advanced optimization algorithm called group search optimization (GSO). The proposed model is constructed in such a way that the querying order (QO) can be ranked based on latency and throughput. Accordingly, the main objective of the proposed GSO-based QO is to minimize the latency and maximize the throughput of WSN. The proposed data aggregation model facilitates the network administrator to understand the best queries so that the performance of the base station can be improved. After framing the model, it compares the performance of GSO-based QO with the traditional PSO-based QO, FF-based QO, GA-based QO, ABC-based QO and GSO-based QO in terms of idle time and throughput. Thus the data aggregation performance of proposed GSO-based QO is superior to the traditional algorithms by attaining high throughput and low latency. more

5 Citations


Open access
01 Jan 2013-
Abstract: Wireless Sensor Network is a network of sensor nodes without having any central controller. Its growth is expeditiously increasing and that's why there is an immense field for research in this area. Sensors depend entirely on the trust of their battery for power, which cannot be revitalized or substituted. So the design of energy aware protocol is essential in respect to enhance the network lifetime. LEACH is energy-efficient hierarchical based protocol that balances the energy expense, saves the node energy and hence prolongs the lifetime of the network. So this paper presents a detailed review and analysis of LEACH protocol. Comparison of various network parameters is done in the form of tables and graphs. The simulation work has been carried out by using own set of parameters and in the last of the paper conclusions is drawn. more

61 Citations

Open accessProceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/SUTC.2006.8
Jian Yin1, Sanjay Kumar Madria1Institutions (1)
05 Jun 2006-
Abstract: A black hole attack is a severe attack that can be easily employed against routing in sensor networks. In a black hole attack, a malicious node spuriously announces a short route to the sink node (the destination) to attract additional traffic to the malicious node and then drops them. In this paper, we propose a hierarchical secure routing protocol for detecting and defending against black hole attacks. The proposed protocol uses only symmetric key cryptography to discover a safe route against black hole attacks. The comparison of the proposed protocol with two other existing approaches proves that the proposed scheme is faster in detecting black hole attacks with much lower message overhead. more

Topics: Zone Routing Protocol (61%), Routing protocol (58%), Packet drop attack (55%) more

46 Citations

Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.5120/16614-6454
Abstract: Wireless sensor network consists of sensor nodes which are powered by battery; to communicate with each other for environment monitoring. Energy efficiency is the main issue in wireless sensor networks. Therefore, to maximize network lifetime and achieve maximum reliability and scalability, routing techniques have been developed. LEACH is the conventional hierarchical clustering protocol widely used in WSNs. This paper reviews the taxonomy of WSN routing protocols and also highlights issues in LEACH protocol along with disadvantages. The objective of this paper is to provide brief detail of some LEACH improved versions. Finally this paper compares some features of LEACH protocol variants. General Terms Comparison among various descendants of LEACH protocol more

46 Citations

Open access
01 Jan 2011-
Abstract: A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a wireless network that uses multi-hop peer to peer routing. A user can move anytime in an ad hoc scenario and, as a result, such a network needs to have routing protocols which can adopt dynamically changing topology. To accomplish this, a number of ad hoc routing protocols have been proposed and implemented such as, Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector routing (AODV), Fisheye State Routing (FSR) and Location-Aided Routing (LAR). This paper compares the major characteristics of these protocols such as, routing messages overhead, throughput and end to end delay using a parallel discrete event-driven simulator, GloMoSim. The experimental results show that FSR protocol has low control overhead compared with AODV and LAR. Regarding the throughput, AODV has a high throughput compared with the other considered protocols. Considering the end to end delay, LAR protocol shows better performance over FSR and AODV protocols. more

22 Citations

Open access
01 Jan 2013-
Abstract: A wireless sensor network (WSN) consists of spatially disseminated self-governing sensors to examine physical or ecological situation. In WSN the delivery of all sending packet is important. In transport layer reliable message delivery and congestion control are significant factors. The aptitude of the network is to ensure reliable data transmission in a state of continuous change of network structure. This paper focuses on sectoring scheme which incorporates the logical sectors in existing WSN. Finally the proposed scheme is compare for its performance against QoS parameters. more

Topics: Wireless sensor network (55%), Network packet (55%), Network congestion (55%) more

6 Citations

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