Improving WSNs execution using energy-efficient clustering algorithms with consumed energy and lifetime maximization

Mohanad Sameer Jabbar, Samer Saeed Issa, Adnan Hussein Ali

Abstract


Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has a major designing feature representing by energy. Specifically, the sensor nodes have limited battery energy and are deployed remote from base station (BS); therefore, the actual enhancement dealing with energy turns into the Clustering routing protocols fundamentals which concerned in network lifetime improvement. Though, unexpected and energy insensible of the clusters head (CH) selection is not the best of WSN for greatly lowering lifetime network. A presentation article of an WSNs incoming routing approach using a mix of the fuzzy approach besides hybrid energy-efficient distributing (HEED) algorithm for increasing the lifetime and node’s energy. The FLH-P proposal algorithm is split into two parts. The stable election protocol HEED approach is used to arrange WSNs into clusters. Then, using a combination of fuzzy inference and the low energy adaptive clustering hierarchy (LEACH) algorithm, metrics like residual energy, minimal hops, with node traffic counts are taken into account. A comparison of FLH-P proposal algorithm with LEACH algorithm, fuzzy approach, and HEED utilizing identical guiding standards was used for demonstrating the performance of the suggested technique from where corresponding consumed energy as well as lifetime maximization. The suggested routing strategy considerably increases the network lifetime and transmitted packet throughput, according to simulation findings.

Keywords


Balancing consumed energy; Energy-efficient clustering; FLH-P proposal algorithm; Network lifetime; Wireless sensor networks

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v29.i2.pp1122-1131

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