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In wireless sensor networks, data routing in an optimal way is a challenging task while tackling the limited energy constraint at the same time. Our goal is not only to enhance network's lifetime for the available limited network energy, but also to detect the sub-areas in the network, which have run out of energy or became a dead zone i.e. hole. The hole(More)
The Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems technology has attracted the worldwide attention towards the development of WSNs and the various application areas it can cover. A wireless sensor network [1] consists of a collection of autonomous sensors densely deployed in a structured or unstructured manner to monitor a physical environment and gather the relevant(More)
Multiple sinks routing is envisioned as a possible solution to the bottleneck research problem in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). In addition to focusing on minimizing the energy consumption in a WSN, it is also equally important to design routing protocols that fairly and evenly distribute the network traffic; in order to prolong the network life time and(More)
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