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A Review on Topology Control in Cooperative Communication


Priya Kaushal , GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY, RC JALANDHAR, INDIA; Himali Sarangal, Dept. of ECE, Guru Nanak Dev University, RC Jalandhar, India; Simrandeep Singh Thapar, Department of Computer Application, ACET Amritsar, India


Mobile WSN, Max Gain-Frontier based approach, Network Topology, Cooperative Communication


In Wireless Sensor Network the sensor nodes are mainly responsible to collect and share the sensed information by making it accessible at a gateway point. In this paper, system connectivity has essential role as the nodes have need of accessibility of path to weigh the sensed data to the sink node. The future technique moves the mobile nodes to a inaccessible unknown best site relatively than directing it to a near edge. Use of mobile nodes we generally survey the fast area network. We extend the battery life of the mobile nodes to improve the detached system and then also re-establish system connectivity. In Cooperative Communication (CC) topology is used to save power and expand transmission coverage. In this paper, we generally pragmatic that in prior research work CC in the aspect of energy reduction but not of coverage extension. We observe that CC can bridge disconnected networks. We suggested some algorithms that choose energy efficient neighbor nodes, which maintain a source node to communicate with a destination node: an optimal method and two greedy heuristics. We distinguish the challenges in the progress of centralized topology control method, named Cooperative Bridges. The Cooperative Bridges may disappear the communication control of nodes as well as increases network connectivity.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I41097
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2017
Page(s): 1184-1189

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