Topology optimisation of wireless sensor networks

Vagapov, Yuriy (2016) Topology optimisation of wireless sensor networks. In: 2016 International Conference on Design, Mechanical and Material Engineering (D2ME 2016), Sept. 8-10, 2016, Auckland, New Zealand.

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Wireless sensor networks are widely used in a variety of fields including industrial environments. In case of a clustered network the location of cluster head affects the reliability of the network operation. Finding of the optimum location of the cluster head, therefore, is critical for the design of a network. This paper discusses the optimisation approach, based on the brute force algorithm, in the context of topology optimisation of a cluster structure centralised wireless sensor network. Two examples are given to verify the approach that demonstrate the implementation of the brute force algorithm to find an optimum location of the cluster head.

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