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A Mathematical Model for Energy Efficient Secured CH Clustering Protocol for Mobile Wireless Sensor Network

  • D. RajeshEmail author
  • T. Jaya
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Abstract

Mobile Wireless sensor network encloses several minute sensors with miniature energy transceiver for collecting information in a diverse atmosphere. Network with restricted battery energy in sensor nodes is difficult task to design a proficient routing method to maximize network duration. In this research work a Mathematical Model for Energy Efficient Secured CH Clustering Protocol for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks to maximize network duration. It includes cluster-head shifting method with in cluster that avoids frequent clustering and regularly scatters load with nodes. ME2SC methodology is evaluated with LEACH-C, E2R2 and DMSR. Simulation consequences demonstrate proposed approach diminishes energy expenditure and amplifies network duration.

Keywords

Mobile wireless sensor network (MWSN) Clustering Energy-efficient Duration 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Anna UniversityChennaiIndia
  2. 2.Department of ECECSI Institute of TechnologyThovalaiIndia

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