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A Novel Cluster Head Selection Method based on K-Means Algorithm for Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Network

A Novel Cluster Head Selection Method based on K-Means Algorithm for Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Network A Novel Cluster Head Selection Method based on K-Means Algorithm for Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Network   Abstract— Wireless sensor network consists of hundreds to thousands of sensor nodes gathering various data including temperature, sound, location, etc. They have been applied to numerous fields such as healthcare, monitoring system, military, and so forth. It is usually difficult to recharge or replace the sensor nodes which have limited…

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Energy efficient clustering protocol based on K-means (EECPK-means)-midpoint algorithm for enhanced network lifetime in wireless sensor network

Energy efficient clustering protocol based on K-means (EECPK-means)- Midpoint algorithm for enhanced network lifetime in wireless sensor network Energy efficient clustering protocol based on K-means (EECPK-means)-midpoint algorithm for enhanced network lifetime in wireless sensor network   Abstract: Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) consist of an enormous number of tiny sensor nodes deployed in huge numbers which are able to sense, process and transmit environmental information to the base station (BS) for a Nvariety of applications. Energy efficiency is one of the primary concerns for…

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An Efficient Distributed Coverage Hole Detection Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

An Efficient Distributed Coverage Hole Detection Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks An Efficient Distributed Coverage Hole Detection Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks   Abstract: In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), certain areas of the monitoring region may have coverage holes and serious coverage overlapping due to the random deployment of sensors. The failure of electronic components, software bugs and destructive agents could lead to the random death of the nodes. Sensors may be dead due to exhaustion of battery power, which may cause the…

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Deployment strategy of WSN based on minimizing cost per unit area

Deployment strategy of WSN based on minimizing cost per unit area Deployment strategy of WSN based on minimizing cost per unit area   abstract Unbalance energy consumption is an inherent problem in wireless sensor networks characterized by multi-hop routing and many-to-one traffic pattern. Uneven energy dissipation can waste a lot of energy and cost. In this paper, a new deployment strategy of WSN that gathers several means is proposed to minimize cost. The regular hexagonal cell architecture is employed to build network that…

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Coverage hole detection and restoration algorithm for wireless sensor networks

Coverage hole detection and restoration algorithm for wireless sensor networks Coverage hole detection and restoration algorithm for wireless sensor networks   Abstract In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), preserving coverage of the target area by the sensor nodes is crucial to deliver certain services. However, a few sensor nodes die during the network operation due to energy constraints which may break the coverage of the target area. We refer this as a coverage hole problem. In this paper, we propose a new algorithm called…

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Coding-based storage design for continuous data collection in wireless sensor networks

Coding-based storage design for continuous data collection in wireless sensor networks Coding-based storage design for continuous data collection in wireless sensor networks Abstract: In-network storage is an effective technique for avoiding network congestion and reducing power consumption in continuous data collection in wireless sensor networks. In recent years, network coding based storage design has been proposed as a means to achieving ubiquitous access that permits any query to be satisfied by a few random (nearby) storage nodes. To maintain data consistency in continuous…

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A Scalable Context-Aware Objective Function (SCAOF) of Routing Protocol for Agricultural Low-Power and Lossy Networks (RPAL)

[av_one_full first] [av_tab_container position='sidebar_tab sidebar_tab_left' boxed='border_tabs' initial='1'] [av_tab title='Paper Title' icon_select='yes' icon='ue828' font='entypo-fontello'] Research Topic ID: WSN4002016 _____________________________________________________________________________ A Scalable Context-Aware Objective Function (SCAOF) of Routing Protocol for Agricultural Low-Power and Lossy Networks (RPAL). Abstract : In recent years, IoT (Internet of Things) technologies have seen great advances, particularly, the IPv6 Routing Protocol for Low-power and Lossy Networks (RPL), which provides a powerful and flexible routing framework that can be applied in a variety of application scenarios. In this context, as an important role of IoT, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) can…

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Secure Data Aggregation with Fully Homomorphic Encryption in Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Networks

[av_one_full first] [av_tab_container position='sidebar_tab sidebar_tab_left' boxed='border_tabs' initial='1'] [av_tab title='Paper Title' icon_select='yes' icon='ue828' font='entypo-fontello'] Research Topic ID: WSN3902016 _____________________________________________________________________________ Secure Data Aggregation with Fully Homomorphic Encryption in Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Networks. Abstract : With the rapid development of wireless communication technology, sensor technology, information acquisition and processing technology, sensor networks will finally have a deep influence on all aspects of people’s lives. The battery resources of sensor nodes should be managed efficiently in order to prolong network lifetime in large-scale wireless sensor networks (LWSNs). Data aggregation represents an important method to remove…

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Hands-On Experiences in Deploying Cost-Effective Ambient-Assisted Living Systems

[av_one_full first] [av_tab_container position='sidebar_tab sidebar_tab_left' boxed='border_tabs' initial='1'] [av_tab title='Paper Title' icon_select='yes' icon='ue828' font='entypo-fontello'] Research Topic ID: WSN3802016 _____________________________________________________________________________ Hands-On Experiences in Deploying Cost-Effective Ambient-Assisted Living Systems. Abstract : Older adults’ preferences to remain independent in their own homes along with the high costs of nursing home care have motivated the development of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) technologies which aim at improving the safety, health conditions and wellness ofthe elderly. This paper reports hands-on experiences in designing, implementing and operating UbiCare, an AAL based prototype system for…

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On Designing Thermal-Aware Localized QoS Routing Protocol for in-vivo Sensor Nodes in Wireless Body Area Networks

[av_one_full first] [av_tab_container position='sidebar_tab sidebar_tab_left' boxed='border_tabs' initial='1'] [av_tab title='Paper Title' icon_select='yes' icon='ue828' font='entypo-fontello'] Research Topic ID: WSN3702016 _____________________________________________________________________________ On Designing Thermal-Aware Localized QoS Routing Protocol for in-vivo Sensor Nodes in Wireless Body Area Networks. Abstract : In this paper, we address the thermal rise and Quality-of-Service (QoS) provisioning issue for an intra-body Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) having in-vivo sensor nodes. We propose a thermal-aware QoS routing protocol, called TLQoS, that facilitates the system in achieving desired QoS in terms of delay and reliability for diverse traffic types, as well…

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