Applying of (SOM, HAC, and RBF) algorithms for data aggregation in wireless sensors networks

Ahmed Subhi Abdalkafor, Salah A. Aliesawi

Abstract


Wireless sensor network (WSN) is one of the most promising technologies due to its size, cost-effective nature, and its ability to easily deploy in the target environment, as well as for its entry into many sensitive applications. However, making the most of the potential of this network is very difficult due to many issues, including the data received from the sensor nodes contains a huge amount of data redundant that negatively affects the overall network performance. Recent years have witnessed an increasing interest in data aggregation technology intending to eliminate redundant data from neighboring sensor nodes before transferring to the base station, thus improve performance efficiency and increasing the wireless sensor networks lifespan. This paper focused on applying three intelligent algorithms (SOM, HAC, and RBF) and describing the impact of data aggregation strategy on WSNs through the results obtained. As well as, an accurate description of the literature that applied these algorithms. A Competitive classification accuracy has been achieved when the proposed work is implemented and tested via the intel berkeley research lab dataset.

Keywords


Data aggregation; HAC; RBF; SOM; Wireless sensor networks

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i1.3462

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