Revival of Node Failure in Wireless Sensor Networks Using E3D Algorithm | Abstract

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Revival of Node Failure in Wireless Sensor Networks Using E3D Algorithm

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In wireless sensor network the main failure occurs due to the depletion of batteries. The FNR algorithm is used to reduce energy depletion and it creates a routing of data using the GD algorithm and replaces sensor nodes using the GA when the number of sensor nodes that are not functioning properly. The limitation, energy of neighbor node near to base station gets depleted quickly and sometimes it chooses a long path to reach the destination if node failure occurs. So the life time of nodes get reduced. This paper proposes E3D: energy efficient distributed dynamic diffusion algorithm instead of grade diffusion. E3D algorithm defines the energy level into two categories. To receive and transmit the E3D algorithm will take lower energy level. To sense and transmit it will take higher energy level. E3D algorithm identifies the energy depletion of neighbor node by stop sending of data to the sink node before the energy gets depleted completely. It increases the life time of wireless sensor networks and also reduce the energy depletion quickly. Then it reduces the use of same neighbor nodes more to route the data.

S. Karpagam, A. Selvakumar

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