Performance Analysis of Shortest Best Path Tree-Based Decentralization Mechanism with Bandwidth Consumption in Wireless Sensor Networks
In this paper, the authors propose Shortest Best Path Tree-based Decentralization Mechanism (SBPTDM) which reduces the bandwidth consumption by utilizing partial paths. Energy consumption, reliability, security and computation cost are some of the constraints in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) where security and privacy are the major constraints. To enhance Security in WSN, a mechanism called Steiner Tree based Decentralization Mechanism (STDM) is available in which using minimum tree structure can significantly reduce the number of nodes in data transmission.
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