Real-World Applications of Distributed Clustering Mechanism in Dense Wireless Sensor Networks

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Topic: Data Management
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Wireless sensors and wireless sensor networks have come up to the forefront of the scientific community freshly. Clustering is a flourishing topology control approach, which can lengthen the lifetime and raise scalability for wireless sensor networks. The most well-liked criterion for distributed clustering methodology is to choose cluster heads with more residual energy and to rotate them occasionally. Sensors at very heavy traffic locations swiftly deplete their energy resources and die in advance, leaving behind the network to collapse.

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