Design of Hybridized Wireless Sensor Network using K-Means Clustering and Genetic Algorithm

@inproceedings{Gbolagade2017DesignOH,
  title={Design of Hybridized Wireless Sensor Network using K-Means Clustering and Genetic Algorithm},
  author={Morufat D. Gbolagade and Rasheed Gbenga Jimoh and Kazeem Alagbe Gbolagade and Omenogo Veronica Mejabi},
  year={2017}
}
Prolonging the network lifetime in wireless sensor networks (WSNs), Clustering has been recognized has one of the significant methods in achieving this, It entails grouping of sensor nodes into clusters and electing cluster heads (CHs) for all the clusters. CH’s accept data from relevant cluster’s nodes and forward the aggregate data to base station. A main challenge in WSNs is the selection of appropriate cluster heads. This work proposes a system that is efficient, scalable and load balanced… 

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