Residual Energy-Based Cluster-Head Selection in WSNs for IoT Application
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) groups specialized transducers that provide sensing services to Internet of Things (IoT) devices with limited energy and storage resources. Since replacement or recharging of batteries in sensor nodes is almost impossible, power consumption becomes one of the crucial design issues in WSN. Clustering algorithm plays an important role in power conservation for the energy constrained network. Choosing a cluster head (CH) can appropriately balance the load in the network thereby reducing energy consumption and enhancing lifetime. This paper focuses on an efficient CH election scheme that rotates the CH position among the nodes with higher energy level as compared to other. The algorithm considers initial energy, residual energy, and an optimum value of CHs to elect the next group of CHs for the network that suits for IoT applications, such as environmental monitoring, smart cities, and systems. Simulation analysis shows the modified version performs better than the low energy adaptive clustering hierarchy protocol by enhancing the throughput by 60%, lifetime by 66%, and residual energy by 64%.
Behera, Trupti Mayee; Mohapatra, Sushanta Kumar; Samal, Umesh Chandra; Khan, Mohammad S.; Daneshmand, Mahmoud; and Gandomi, Amir H.. 2019. Residual Energy-Based Cluster-Head Selection in WSNs for IoT Application. IEEE Internet of Things Journal. Vol.6(3). 5132-5139. https://doi.org/10.1109/JIOT.2019.2897119