Absolute sensing-area coverage using extended genetic algorithm

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Wireless sensor networks have turn out to be more and more admired and have been extensively used in recent times. Wireless sensor networks typically comprises a hefty amount of sensors for diverse applications of sensing that includes medical, armed forces, civil, adversity management, environmental, and commercial applications. Sensors are device that produces a measurable response in changing the environmental conditions like temperature, humidity, pressure etc. As the sensor have the limited energy, to boost the duration of network and maintaining coverage preservation, we necessitate an approach that involves least sensors in communication of sensed data to base station, In this paper, we exploit the extended conception of genetic algorithm to circumvent gratuitous energy burning which is due to superfluous nodes.




Misra, A., & Yadav, D. S. (2019). Absolute sensing-area coverage using extended genetic algorithm. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(3), 684–689.

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