An Energy Aware Clustering Routing Algorithm for No Identity Wireless Sensor Networks

Zhe Qu; Tao Du
June 2014
Advances in Information Sciences & Service Sciences;Jun2014, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p64
Academic Journal
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), especially those incorporating nodes with no ID hardware (No ID WSNs), pose a distinct challenge to energy efficiency and routing management algorithms. Given their peculiar limitations on energy supplies and communication distances, we propose a new approach to dynamic, distributed routing in No ID WSNs, making comprehensive use of inter node distances and residual energy levels by introducing a concept of Energy and Distance Aware Differences (EDAD). The paper designates a No ID WSNs model, and designed an energy efficiency routing algorithm for No ID WSNs, while avoiding the "Hot Spot" problem and minimizing "Energy Holes".


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