Bio-inspired approach for energy utilization in wireless sensor networks

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A wireless sensor network is a system of spatially distributed sensor nodes to collect important information about the target environment. A major challenge in wireless sensor network is it operates in an unattended environment, with limited computational and sensing capabilities . WSN are used in many applications , such as surveillance environment and habitat monitoring,structural health monitoring, health care, home automation and traffic control . In this work we have proposed a technique does node localization and groups the sensor node for collaborative processing to make efficient utilization of power and enhance the rate of data reliability during aggregation . This paper presents social behavior of dolphins as a biologically inspired swarm intelligence to address the efficient use of energy in sensor nodes. © 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Bharathi, M. A., Mallikarjuna, M., & Vijayakumar, B. P. (2012). Bio-inspired approach for energy utilization in wireless sensor networks. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 38, pp. 3864–3868). Elsevier Ltd.

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