An Effective Massive Sensor Network Data Access Scheme Based on Topology Control for the Internet of Things
AbstractThis paper considers the distributed access and control problem of massive wireless sensor networks’ data access center for the Internet of Things, which is an extension of wireless sensor networks and an element of its topology structure. In the context of the arrival of massive service access requests at a virtual data center, this paper designs a massive sensing data access and control mechanism to improve the access efficiency of service requests and makes full use of the available resources at the data access center for the Internet of things. Firstly, this paper proposes a synergistically distributed buffer access model, which separates the information of resource and location. Secondly, the paper divides the service access requests into multiple virtual groups based on their characteristics and locations using an optimized self-organizing feature map neural network. Furthermore, this paper designs an optimal scheduling algorithm of group migration based on the combination scheme between the artificial bee colony algorithm and chaos searching theory. Finally, the experimental results demonstrate that this mechanism outperforms the existing schemes in terms of enhancing the accessibility of service requests effectively, reducing network delay, and has higher load balancing capacity and higher resource utility rate. View Full-Text
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Yi, M.; Chen, Q.; Xiong, N.N. An Effective Massive Sensor Network Data Access Scheme Based on Topology Control for the Internet of Things. Sensors 2016, 16, 1846.
Yi M, Chen Q, Xiong NN. An Effective Massive Sensor Network Data Access Scheme Based on Topology Control for the Internet of Things. Sensors. 2016; 16(11):1846.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yi, Meng; Chen, Qingkui; Xiong, Neal N. 2016. "An Effective Massive Sensor Network Data Access Scheme Based on Topology Control for the Internet of Things." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1846.
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