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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Task Allocation In Robot Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

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Amirhamzeh Razavinegad



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Abstract: To solve the robot task allocation problem especially in unknown complex environment, a DPSO algorithm which decrease communication cost in wireless sensor network (WSN).Our simulation experiments show that at a small cost in assignment quality, DPSO algorithm sign ificantly extends the lifetime of the static sensor network , rathar than PSO ,centeralized algorithm, and an auction-based algorithm.



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