Bio-inspired wireless sensor networks - a protocol for an enhanced hybrid energy optimization routing

Rati D. Joshi, Sameena Banu


Recently, there has been a focus on the significance of swarm intelligence-inspired routing algorithms for achieving optimum solutions in biologically inspired wireless sensor networks (WSNs). These protocols depict a network of wireless mobile nodes forming an infrastructure that is agile, dynamic, and independent of a central administrative facility. Among the challenges faced by bio-inspired WSNs, mobility awareness and excessive energy consumption (EC) stand out as significant hurdles, particularly in dynamic models with intermittent connections. This project seeks to tackle these obstacles by deploying the hybrid energy efficiency (HEED) approach to distributed clustering for network system cluster formation, along with fusion routing protocol of particle swarm optimization (PSO) and PIO to select cluster-heads and optimize solutions in bio-inspired WSNs. The success of the suggested approach is assessed using a variety of criteria, such as energy usage, rate of packet delivery, EC, and routing overhead and network lifetime. The methods like ad hoc on-demand distance vector's (AODV) and ant colony optimization (ACO) methods are employed in the testing and validation. In comparison to the reactive AODV routing protocol and ACO, the suggested routing protocol (HPSOPIO) reduces energy usage and increases network lifespan.


Ant colony optimization; AODV; HEED; HPSOPIO; Wireless sensor networking

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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