RELIABLE AND ENERGY EFFICIENT CLUSTER HEAD SELECTION USING EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHM IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

Abstract
One of the most pressing problems in the industry at the moment is figuring out how to make wireless sensor networks (WSN) more reliable and extend their lifespan. The processes of selection and the development of clusters are incredibly significant; however, carrying them out is challenging and time-consuming despite the significance of the tasks. In the most recent study, researchers began their hunt by selecting a particular cluster head to use as a basis for their investigation. On the other hand, the model that was suggested utilizes evolutionary cluster head selection as one of its components. This contributes to the acceleration of computing, the improvement of selection precision, and the prevention of the selection of duplicate nodes. When the results of the simulation of the suggested model are compared to the results of simulations using other methods and techniques, we find that our method is both more accurate and more efficient. This was discovered when the results of the simulation of the proposed model were compared to the results of simulations using other approaches and techniques.

Authors
S. Mageshwaran, P. Sivananaintha Perumal, R.S. Rajesh and P. Sundareswaran
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, India

Keywords
Cluster, WSN, Nodes, Network Lifetime
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 14 , Issue: 1 , Pages: 2894 - 2900 )
Date of Publication :
March 2023

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