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An important challenge in wireless sensor networks (WSN) is that how to disseminate data packets from sensor nodes to base station energy efficiently. Inspiring data fusion, an outstanding feature of clustering approach, and multi-hop routing, in this paper, we propose a clustering approach called PLIR (Prolonging Network Lifetime via Intra-Cluster Routing)(More)
— Wireless sensor network (WSN) is composed of a large number of sensor nodes densely deployed in inhospitable physical environments. Due to limitations of sensor nodes in terms of memory, energy and computational capacities, the most important issue for designing sensor network protocols is energy efficiency. Although energy efficiency is a major concern(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel hierarchical routing protocol for a large wireless sensor network (WSN) wherein sensors are arranged into a multi-layer architecture with the nodes at each layer interconnected as a de Bruijn graph and provide a novel hierarchical routing algorithm in the network. Using our approach, every sensor obtains a unique node(More)
SUMMARY Sensors have very scarce resources in terms of memory, energy and computational capacities. Wireless sensor network is composed of a large number of such sensor nodes densely deployed in inhospitable physical environments. Energy efficient information dissemination throughout such a network is still a challenge. Though dissemination of information(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel hierarchical architecture for a large wireless sensor network (WSN) wherein seiisors are arranged into a multi-layer architeciure with the nodes ut each layer interconnected as a de Brziijn graph and provide a hierarchical routing algorithm in the 17etu.ork. Using o w approach, every seiisor obtains a wiiqiie node idenr$er(More)
Wireless sensor networks are composed of a large number of sensors densely deployed in inhospitable physical environments. How to disseminate information energy efficiently throughout such a network is still a challenge. Although energy efficiency is a key concern in wireless sensor networks, it often introduces additional delay. In this work, we first(More)
Content-Centric Networking (CCN), a recent innovative architecture, has brought about a great number of challenges for researchers whose ambition is to design such network with highly advanced ability to respond quickly to increasing demands from users. This receiver-driven content paradigm creates a different perspective of network. In this paper, we(More)
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