HSEP: Heterogeneity-Aware Hierarchical Stable Election Protocol for WSNs
Source: University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are increasing to handle complex situations and functions. In these networks some of the nodes become Cluster Heads (CHs) which are responsible to aggregate data of from cluster members and transmit it to Base Stations (BS). Those clustering techniques which are designed for homogenous network are not enough efficient for consuming energy. Stable Election Protocol (SEP) introduces heterogeneity in WSNs, consisting of two type of nodes. SEP is based on weighted election probabilities of each node to become CH according to remaining energy of nodes. The authors propose Heterogeneity-aware Hierarchal Stable Election Protocol (HSEP) having two level of energies.