Centroid Dynamic Sink Location for Clustered Wireless Mobile Sensor Networks

Provided by: Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
Topic: Mobility
Format: PDF
The wireless sensor network consists of three main components: a large number of small-sized sensors, a remote sink connected to the internet, and a cluster head whose existence depends on the overall network structure. The sensor in the wireless sensor network can be deployed through many ways, such as a simple model, a random walk model and a random direction model. There were studies that examined networks and their various installation methods to save energy consumption and increase the network lifetime.

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