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Localization Based Evolutionary Routing (LOBER) for Efficient Aggregation in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

Ashwinth Janarthanan1,*, Dhananjay Kumar1
University Department of Information Technology, Anna University, Chennai, 600025, India.
* Corresponding Author: Ashwinth Janarthanan. Email: .

Computers, Materials & Continua 2019, 60(3), 895-912. https://doi.org/10.32604/cmc.2019.06805

Abstract

Efficient aggregation in wireless sensor nodes helps reduce network traffic and reduce energy consumption. The objective of this work Localization Based Evolutionary Routing (LOBER) is to achieve global optimization for aggregation and WMSN lifetime. Improved localization is achieved by a novel Centroid Based Octant Localization (CBOL) technique considering an arbitrary hexagonal region. Geometric principles of hexagon are used to locate the unknown nodes in the centroid positions of partitioned regions. Flower pollination algorithm, a meta heuristic evolutionary algorithm that is extensively applied in solving real life, complex and nonlinear optimization problems in engineering and industry is modified as Enhanced Flower Pollination Algorithm (EFPA) to fit into WMSN and enhance routing mechanism and ensure efficiency in data aggregation. The system is simulated using MATLAB and found to have a considerable improvement in the optimization process.

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Wireless multimedia sensor networks, aggregation, efficiency, enhanced flower pollination algorithm, centroid based octant localization, localization based evolutionary routing

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A. Janarthanan and D. Kumar, "Localization based evolutionary routing (lober) for efficient aggregation in wireless multimedia sensor networks," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 60, no.3, pp. 895–912, 2019.

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