Rank-Based Data Gathering in Wireless Sensor Networks

The authors propose a Rank-Based Data Gathering (RBDG) algorithm for wireless sensor networks with randomly distributed sensor nodes. For every round of data communication, the algorithm functions as follows: A set of sensor nodes or vertices are assigned a random rank between 0 and 1. A link is formed between any two nodes if they are within each other's transmission range. If a sensor node has the highest rank among it neighbors, then it is considered an associate node, else it is categorized as a leaf node. Next, they form a complete graph among the associate nodes with edge weights representing the physical Euclidean distance between the nodes.

Provided by: Jackson State University Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2010 Format: PDF

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