무선 센서 네트워크에서 동적 클러스터 유지 관리 방법을 이용한 에너지 효율적인 주기적 데이터 수집

Title
무선 센서 네트워크에서 동적 클러스터 유지 관리 방법을 이용한 에너지 효율적인 주기적 데이터 수집
Other Titles
An Energy-Efficient Periodic Data Collection using Dynamic Cluster Management Method in Wireless Sensor Network
Author(s)
조행래윤상훈
Keywords
Sensor network; Energy efficiency; Data collection; Probabilistic model; Sensor network; Energy efficiency; Data collection; Probabilistic model
Issue Date
201012
Publisher
대한임베디드공학회
Citation
대한임베디드공학회논문지, v.5, no.4, pp.206 - 216
Abstract
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are used to collect various data in environment monitoring applications. A spatial clustering may reduce energy consumption of data collection by partitioning the WSN into a set of spatial clusters with similar sensing data. For each cluster, only a few sensor nodes (samplers) report their sensing data to a base station (BS). The BS may predict the missed data of non-samplers using the spatial correlations between sensor nodes. ASAP is a representative data collection algorithm using the spatial clustering. It periodically reconstructs the entire network into new clusters to accommodate to the change of spatial correlations, which results in high message overhead. In this paper, we propose a new data collection algorithm, name EPDC (Energy-efficient Periodic Data Collection). Unlike ASAP, EPDC identifies a specific cluster consisting of many dissimilar sensor nodes. Then it reconstructs only the cluster into subclusters each of which includes strongly correlated sensor nodes. EPDC also tries to reduce the message overhead by incorporating a judicious probabilistic model transfer method. We evaluate the performance of EPDC and ASAP using a simulation model. The experiment results show that the performance improvement of EPDC is up to 84% compared to ASAP.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23180
ISSN
1975-5066
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