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Energy Efficient Clustering using Modified Multi-Hop Clustering

Energy Efficient Clustering using Modified Multi-Hop Clustering
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Author(s): Vimala M. (University of Agricultural Sciences, Bengaluru, India) and Rajeev Ranjan (Reva University, Bangalore, India)
Copyright: 2019
Volume: 8
Issue: 2
Pages: 13
Source title: International Journal of Wireless Networks and Broadband Technologies (IJWNBT)
Editor(s)-in-Chief: Ioan-Sorin Com┼ča (Brunel University London, UK) and Ramona Trestian (Middlesex University, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/IJWNBT.2019070103


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In recent years, WSN has been widely used for building the decision support system (DSS) for solving the real-world problem. Moreover, out of several fields, one of the interesting fields that requires DSS is the monitoring of agriculture environment. Nowadays, monitoring an agricultural environment has become one of the essential fields. IoT has been one of the eminent technologies in recent years and WSN model has played the parallel role into it. These sensors have a limited power supply and this affects the efficiency of the algorithm. In the past, several methods have been proposed for efficient clustering, however, these methods fail to provide satisfactory accuracy. Hence, this article proposes an energy efficient methodology named modified multi-hop clustering (MMHC). This methodology takes three steps. The first step is assembling the nodes where the nodes are assembled, the second step couples the nodes, and the third step detects the redundant nodes and discard them. The main advantage of MMHC is that it can select multiple redundant nodes at one time and discard, and this makes the algorithm more fast and efficient. Moreover, in order to evaluate the algorithm several parameters have been considered, such as energy consumption, number of failed nodes, number of active nodes, and communication overhead.

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