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Shortest Path Solution to Wireless Sensor Networks Using Edge-Based Three-Point Steiner Tree Concept
Published in Springer Singapore
Volume: 493
Pages: 51 - 67
Wireless sensor networks have gained immense significance and popularity in modern technology especially as a result of emerging concepts like the Internet of Things (IoT). These networks are usually under constant pressure to scale-up in order to meet the ever-growing demand. Under such situations, it is often required to connect two existing adjacent, but independent, networks so that they form a single larger network. Some of the networks may even have mobile nodes. This paper proposes an effective method for placing a bridge node in the intersection of coverage region of two networks using a combination of Steiner tree algorithm and concept of edge nodes—Edge-based Three-Point Steiner (EdTPS) tree—such that communication across the network can be carried out with the shortest possible path. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2019.
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JournalData powered by TypesetWireless Communication Networks and Internet of Things Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
PublisherData powered by TypesetSpringer Singapore
Open AccessNo
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