International Journal of Computer Applications
A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a network comprising of wirelessly linked sensor nodes. These low computational, tiny devices can communicate in short distances. Each sensor node consists of sensing, data processing, and communication components. To ensure scalability and to increase the efficiency of the network operation, sensor nodes are often grouped into clusters. A lot of work is being done in this field; however, there is still a scope of improvement with modern meta-heuristic route optimization technique inspired from natural swarm. The area of WSN always needs research and development to contribute the more advancement to this era of technology.