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Wireless sensor networks are harshly restricted by storage capacity, energy and computing power. So it is essential to design effective and energy aware protocol in order to enhance the network lifetime. In this paper, a review on routing protocol in WSNs is carried out which are classified as data-centric, hierarchical and location based depending on the(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks find various applications in different fields. Sensor nodes are small, low-cost and low-powered communication devices. Hence designing a network with low power consumption is a critical issue in WSN. Different schemes are projected for achieving low power communication under short network range. To reduce the use of power and(More)
Extensive use of wireless sensor networks have started due to the wide variety of applications of them including military, health, space exploration, vehicular movement, environment monitoring, disaster management etc. Hence different protocols should be designed based on the QoS requirements of the application. Also sensor nodes have limited storage(More)
Indian adolescents' over reliance on foods such as nutrient-poor snacks, sugar-sweetened beverages and take-away foods puts them at significant risk of obesity and several diet-related chronic diseases. Therefore, the factors that influence their dietary behaviours need to be better understood in order to develop effective nutrition promotion strategies.(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of large number of sensor nodes with limited battery power and storage capacity. So it is essential to design effective and energy aware protocols in order to prolong the network lifetime. PEGASIS is one of the well-known chain-based routing protocols for improving energy efficiency, based on a chain-based greedy(More)
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