A Distributed and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Event K-Coverage in Underwater Sensor Networks
AbstractFor event dynamic K-coverage algorithms, each management node selects its assistant node by using a greedy algorithm without considering the residual energy and situations in which a node is selected by several events. This approach affects network energy consumption and balance. Therefore, this study proposes a distributed and energy-efficient event K-coverage algorithm (DEEKA). After the network achieves 1-coverage, the nodes that detect the same event compete for the event management node with the number of candidate nodes and the average residual energy, as well as the distance to the event. Second, each management node estimates the probability of its neighbor nodes’ being selected by the event it manages with the distance level, the residual energy level, and the number of dynamic coverage event of these nodes. Third, each management node establishes an optimization model that uses expectation energy consumption and the residual energy variance of its neighbor nodes and detects the performance of the events it manages as targets. Finally, each management node uses a constrained non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm (NSGA-II) to obtain the Pareto set of the model and the best strategy via technique for order preference by similarity to an ideal solution (TOPSIS). The algorithm first considers the effect of harsh underwater environments on information collection and transmission. It also considers the residual energy of a node and a situation in which the node is selected by several other events. Simulation results show that, unlike the on-demand variable sensing K-coverage algorithm, DEEKA balances and reduces network energy consumption, thereby prolonging the network’s best service quality and lifetime. View Full-Text
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Jiang, P.; Xu, Y.; Liu, J. A Distributed and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Event K-Coverage in Underwater Sensor Networks. Sensors 2017, 17, 186.
Jiang P, Xu Y, Liu J. A Distributed and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Event K-Coverage in Underwater Sensor Networks. Sensors. 2017; 17(1):186.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jiang, Peng; Xu, Yiming; Liu, Jun. 2017. "A Distributed and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Event K-Coverage in Underwater Sensor Networks." Sensors 17, no. 1: 186.