Energy Efficient Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks Using the Weed Optimization

  • S. Sai Satyanarayana Reddy


Routing becomes a challenging task in the WSNs when lifetime of the network and throughput is considered as the significant factors to be ensured for any kind of WSN applications. Therefore, this paper concentrates on developing an energy effective conquered protocol for extending the lifetime of the network. In WSN application, energy efficiency is significant in the network as all the sensor nodes engaged in the data collection and transmission are battery-operated nodes. Accordingly, in this research, weed optimization is applied for ensuring the effective communication in the network through the design of the multi-objective function. Rather than concentrating only on the routing application, the cluster head formation is implemented in the network as a significant step for ensuring the efficiency involved in the network. Thus the setup is implemented and the effectiveness of the system is analyzed depends on the performance measures throughput and energy which highlighted the performance efficiently.