AVRM: adaptive void recovery mechanism to reduce void nodes in wireless sensor networks


Nowadays, routing in three-dimensional environments is necessary since sensor nodes are organized in those kinds of areas. In this routing mechanism, data packets are routed using geographic routing by constructing a forwarding area. It is assumed that nodes in the network are homogeneous which contain the same energy level and sensing parameter. In this paper, we propose a new method to reduce the void node problem called Adaptive Void Recovery Mechanism, which is implemented by two folds namely position management and forwarding management concepts. Position management is implemented by sensing the surroundings using the base station and location management. Forwarding management is implemented using the assured factor value and cumulative value from the gathered data. The sensor nodes are elected with a minimized congestion packet latency value. Cluster-based routing technique is implemented to improve the network lifetime and network throughput. The proposed method is evaluated by simulation against the related methods like CREEP, EECS, FABC-MACRD in terms of End to End Delay, Residual Energy, Energy Consumption, Routing Overhead, Network Lifetime, and Network Throughput.

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Ayyasamy, A., Julie, E.G., Robinson, Y.H. et al. AVRM: adaptive void recovery mechanism to reduce void nodes in wireless sensor networks. Peer-to-Peer Netw. Appl. 13, 987–1001 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12083-019-00865-6

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  • End-to-end delay
  • Data packet
  • GRP
  • Void recovery
  • Cluster head