A Survey on Optimal Nodes Topology in Wireless Sensor Network

  • Tadas P
  • Soni P
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-Wireless sensor networks have been studied widely for their broad range of potential observation and tracking applications which are typically composed of large number of tiny sensors. This proposed system explored the optimal distribution of nodes for better network topology in wireless sensor network. As the nodes are assumed to be distributed regularly or uniformly but in practice they may not be placed uniformly which could have a huge crash on network properties. Most of the schemes have proven to be able to provide a better network monitoring and communication performance with protracted system lifetime. In this paper full analysis of the various methods is provided. Existing problem is analyzed by considering previous achievements and possible research is pointed out. Routing strategy has employed in which the aomdv algorithm is introduced which is an efficient topology maintenance algorithm which finds the available path for the transmission of packets from source to destination Keyword -Wireless Sensor Network, Throughput, Topology




Tadas, P., & Soni, P. (2015). A Survey on Optimal Nodes Topology in Wireless Sensor Network. IJCSN International Journal of Computer Science and Network, 4(1), 2277–5420.

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