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Improved Network Validity Using Various Soft Computing Techniques

M. Yuvaraju*, R. Elakkiyavendan

Anna University, Regional Campus, Coimbatore, 641046, Tamil Nadu, India

* Corresponding Author: M. Yuvaraju. Email: email

Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing 2023, 36(2), 1465-1477.


Nowadays, when a life span of sensor nodes are threatened by the shortage of energy available for communication, sink mobility is an excellent technique for increasing its lifespan. When communicating via a WSN, the use of nodes as a transmission method eliminates the need for a physical medium. Sink mobility in a dynamic network topology presents a problem for sensor nodes that have reserved resources. Unless the route is revised and changed to reflect the location of the mobile sink location, it will be inefficient for delivering data effectively. In the clustering strategy, nodes are grouped together to improve communication, and the cluster head receives data from compactable nodes. The sink receives the aggregated data from the head. The cluster head is the central node in the conventional technique. A single node uses more energy than a node that is routed to a dead node. Increasing the number of people using a route shortens its lifespan. The proposed work demonstrates the effectiveness with which sensor node paths can be modified at a lower cost by utilising the virtual grid. The best routes are maintained mostly by sink node communication on routes based on dynamic route adjustment (VGDRA). Only specific nodes are acquired to re-align data supply to the mobile sink in accordance with new paradigms of route reconstruction. According to the results, VGDRA schemes have a longer life span because of the reduced number of loops.


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Yuvaraju, M., Elakkiyavendan, R. (2023). Improved network validity using various soft computing techniques. Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, 36(2), 1465-1477.
Vancouver Style
Yuvaraju M, Elakkiyavendan R. Improved network validity using various soft computing techniques. Intell Automat Soft Comput . 2023;36(2):1465-1477
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M. Yuvaraju and R. Elakkiyavendan, "Improved Network Validity Using Various Soft Computing Techniques," Intell. Automat. Soft Comput. , vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 1465-1477. 2023.

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