Improve a Network Life Time by Least Troublesome Topology Repair Algorithm in WSAN
Abstract— In wireless sensor network, node reform and restoration is an active area for research. Each sensor node fails either when some critical event occurs at the node or when the battery of the node is completely drained. The Wireless sensor actor network (WSAN) is an enhances the wireless sensor networks by providing more power and recovering a energy consumption. In the WSAN, sensors sense the environment and sent back their data to an actor node. Actors have to coordinate their operations, keep up a firmly associated system topology at all times and achieve the predefined application mission. The Defect Node Reformation Algorithm (DNR) reform a defect node using genetic and the grade diffusion algorithms. A category of solutions for this problem is Least Troublesome Topology Repair Algorithm (LTTR). LTTR is a limited and circulated calculation that influences existing course revelation exercises in the system. LTTR algorithm is used to minimize the power consumption and reform a transmission path. Our results show that achieves performance in terms of packet delivery ratio, packet loss ratio and end to end latency suitable for real network deployments.
Index Terms— Defect Node Reformation (DNR), Least Troublesome Topology Repair (LTTR), Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Wireless Sensor Actor Network (WSAN)
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