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Title: Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks
Authors: Sharma, Kapil
Sehgal, Vivek [Guided by]
Singh, Pradeep Kumar [Guided by]
Keywords: Wireless sensor networks
Network simulation
Energy consumption
Network life time
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: Number of sensors are deployed over an area to form Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Thus form a smart grid, while communication between each other consumes high energy and results in better results as compared to simple surveillance or human surveillance. Wireless sensor network consumes large amount of energy. Therefore, energy efficient wireless sensor networks are widely used in smart grid or areas. In the present era, energy consumption or energy management considered as best features of any wireless sensor system. These energy efficient wireless network reduce energy use and increases life time. This paper represents new algorithm “MEEGA: Modified Energy Efficient Gossip algorithm”, proposed to reduce energy use in WSNs and communicate among nodes as fast as possible. MEEGA uses simple algorithm for path allocation instead of other complex algorithm, construct simple node deployment which reduces complexity and node overlap. Further simulation results shows that MEEGA is better than basic gossip algorithm, EAPC and BEERAD-E. Results shows that energy use is very less as compared to three algorithm and network life time increases as compared EACP, basic gossip and BEERAD-E.
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