International Association of Engineering and Management Education (IAEME)
To form a Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), the most important issues is addressing. Strict per-node addressing is expensive in a dense network, because not only the address space would be large, but also these addresses would need to be allocated and managed according to the topology change. Allocation of addresses in a dense network is a problem which is often underestimated. On the other hand, routing is to discover paths from source nodes to destination nodes based on their network addresses. Path discovery in a dense network could incur high communication overhands. Therefore, designing a light-weight addressing or automatic address assignment for WSNs is very important.