IOT Energy Consumption Based on PSO-shortest Path Techniques

Author(s): Ahmed G. Wadday*, Ahmed A.J. Al-hchaimi, Ahmed J. Ibrahim

Journal Name: Recent Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Formerly Recent Patents on Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Volume 13 , Issue 7 , 2020


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Background: The Internet of Thing is a network that enables multiple hardware devices, sensors and other home applications from electronically communicate with each other. New era such technology is increasing importance mainly due to the revolutionary development of information technologies.

Methods: However, energy efficiency is still a big challenge facing IoT technology. Thus, it becomes an interesting topic for many researchers to investigate. Current work aims to reduce the energy consumption thereby introducing the shortest path technique and another new practicing for Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm in the Internet of Thing cooperative clusters.

Results: The main concept is based on cluster heads cooperation with each other known as Cooperative Clusters to transfer information to the base station. The Primary results reveals a 17% and 16% reduction in energy consumption was achieved over the shortest path technique and Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm respectively. Results also show a remarkable improvement in the system lifetime due to the new applied scheme.

Conclusion: The other method is by PSO algothrim at beginig it sending Randomly then it will select the path by using the feed back acknowledgment after that it will collect the information by sending it for the Cluster heads by updating the information status automatically. That’s why we discovered the PSO advantages than the others.

Keywords: Cooperative clusters, IOT, PSO, energy consumption, cooperative clusters, PSO algorithm.

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VOLUME: 13
ISSUE: 7
Year: 2020
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DOI: 10.2174/2352096512666191127091130
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