An Optimized Approach to Minimize Broadcast in Communication of Self Organized Wireless Networks
This paper proposes the strategy for effective connections in backbone of self organized wireless networks with role based approach. Various applications like disaster management, home monitoring and office automation, shows increasing demand for wireless networks. Nodes in a wireless and ad-hoc networks are free to move. Each node plays the efficient role for formation of backbone with local interaction. In this approach four roles are identified: Agent, Leader, Willingness to act as a Gateway and Gateway. Each node is playing one of the roles and backbone reconfiguration is performed with changes in environment. ‘Willingness to act as gateway’ node avoids the problem of duplicate gateways and unnecessary broadcast. Thus forming an efficient backbone provides good resource conservation property. Number of links of MST and proposed strategy are compared for performance analysis. As compared to the MST, proposed algorithm shows near solution for network connections. This approach utilizes resources in optimized way. In case of failure of original gateway on path, other appropriate device plays the role of original gateway.
Keywordswireless sensor network emergent behavior clustering self organization wireless devices networks wireless communication
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