Performance on Clustering Routing for Naturally Deployed Wireless Sensor Networks
This paper investigates the optimization on the energy efficiency for naturally scattering deployed cluster-based wireless sensor networks (WSNs). The energy efficiency depends on the number of clusters in WSNs where the cluster head (HD) transmitting sensing data received from each sensor in the cluster and dissipate large energy due to the long distance to the sink. Moreover, the nodes deployment would be Gaussian distributed in large area for naturally scattering senior nodes. Thus, in this paper we based on the numerical results in previous works and further simulated the optimization the number of cluster for a large area WSNs.
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Huang, Yung Fa; Wang, Jyu Wei; Jenq, John; Chen, Hsing Chung; and Hsu, Chung Hsin, "Performance on Clustering Routing for Naturally Deployed Wireless Sensor Networks" (2018). Department of Computer Science Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 476.