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DESIGN ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR COLLISION AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

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Author(s): Kanika Sharma | T.S Kamal | R.S Kaler

Journal: International Journal of Ad Hoc, Sensor & Ubiquitous Computing
ISSN 0976-2205

Volume: 2;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: WSN | HSP | EB | NL | MAC

ABSTRACT
In this paper, a mathematical model for collision affected Medium Access Control (MAC) environment hasbeen presented to improve the network lifetime (NL). In this model, a network has been divided into layersand each layer is assigned different probabilities to form clusters of unequal sizes which provide aneffective method in order to investigate the hot spot problem (HSP) in multi-hop sensor networks. Alsoclusters closest to sink node have no intra data traffic and with small amount of energy, they devote toheavy data relaying. In addition, distribution of sensor nodes is done according to energy balancingtechnique. The proposed mathematical model not only provides insight into the MAC layer collisionimpacts on the energy balancing (EB) routing algorithm but also indicates the sufficient number of CHs tobe presented in the first layer for the minimum energy consumption so that heavy data traffic can berelayed and also determine the optimum number of network layers resulting in minimum energyconsumption.
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