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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



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

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Multihop Vector Based Routing For Void Avoidance In UWSN–A Linear Programming Approach

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AUTHOR(S)

Gulista Khan, Kamal Kumar Gola, Manish Dhingra

 

KEYWORDS

Underwater sensor networks, Linear Programming, Vector based forwarding, End to end delay, Energy Minimization, Energy Tax, Network Lifetime.

 

ABSTRACT

Wireless sensor networks used in each and every area of human life. Underwater sensor networks (UWSN) provide applications in various fields. Underwater environment experience various limitations like low bandwidth, extraction, high bit rate, high deployment cost, high propagation etc. Nodes drift due to water current; this node mobility causes void holes in area. Void hole are serious issue in routing of underwater sensor networks. It will cause high energy consumption and high end to end delay. So, void holes avoidance can help in network performance improvement. Void holes can be avoided by picking the best forwarder node to forward the data. This paper focuses on selecting the best forwarder node based on various parameters like holding time, distance from sensor node, distance from virtual vector and residual energy. Two hop neighbour information is used to select the best forwarder node. Proposed algorithm aims to provide the better network performance by composite function and optimal best forwarder node by using two hop neighbour information. Mathematical linear programming helps in calculating the composite function which significantly helps in reduction of energy tax and end to end delay and also improves the better throughput and PDR.

 

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