International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science
The fundamental requirements for any Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) are network life time, resource efficiency and dependability of a trust system. The authors are applying a clustering scheme considering mobility to minimize the number of nodes that moves away from the current cluster head before next cluster formation. This approach improves network life time and energy consumption. In addition, they use trust decision-making scheme based on the node's identities in the clustered MWSNs to send data packets to sink. It facilitates energy-saving by canceling feedback between Cluster Members (CMs) or between Cluster Heads (CHs), which is suitable for WSNs.