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Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 6, pp 14983–14989 | Cite as

IoT coverage based on intelligent algorithm

  • Qianqian GeEmail author
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Abstract

In order to improve the coverage of IoT, according to the characteristics of mass data, the data fusion in IoT coverage was hierarchically classified. At the same time, the LEACH routing algorithm and fuzzy algorithm were introduced in detail. The data was fused correctly. The routing algorithm was improved. The improved LEACH algorithm and fuzzy algorithm were simulated and the results were analyzed. The results showed that when the massive data was fused, the improved intelligent algorithm maximized the IoT coverage. Therefore, the improved algorithm can greatly reduce the node energy consumption. At the same time, it saves time.

Keywords

Intelligent algorithm Internet of things coverage Data fusion LEACH algorithm Fuzzy algorithm 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors acknowledge the 2015 Zhejiang research project for public welfare technology application (Grant: 2015C33079).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Zhejiang Business Technology InstituteNingboChina

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