As wireless sensor network proposes a new low-energy adaptive clustering hierarchy (LEACH) protocol for wireless
sensor networks that use a distributed cluster formation based on affinity propagation (AP). By using Distributed cluster formation
generate Cluster. The proposed LEACH protocol (LEACH-AP) enables a fully distributed control and resolves practical limitations of
conventional LEACH-based protocols by simplifying network functionalities. The results show that the proposed protocol outperforms
existing LEACH-based protocols considerably in terms of network lifetime, energy dissipation rate, and total number of transferred
bits. The main idea is to formulate the WSN setup into median-based clustering, which guarantees the center of a cluster to be a
member of the cluster, and to learn the optimal cluster number adaptively according to network topology. In this system we are using
K-means algorithm for cluster formation. Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are subject to energy management for maximizing their
lifetime. The result sending acknowledgement and data so require low energy and time for that operation.
Published In:IJCSN Journal Volume 6, Issue 3
Date of Publication : June 2017
Pages : 433-437
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Priyanka Raut : Department if Information Technology, MIT-College of Engineering,
Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Dr. Kishor Kolhe : Department if Information Technology, MIT-College of Engineering,
Pune, Maharashtra, India.
In this paper the system addresses an enhancement of
low-energy adaptive clustering hierarchy (LEACH)
protocol for wireless sensor networks that uses a
distributed cluster formation based on affinity propagation
(AP). LEACH-AP mostly used to improve the network
functionality and system lifetime. We have used
distributed cluster formation algorithm for cluster
generation by using AES algorithm and k-means
algorithm. We concluded that the proposed Low energy
adaptive clustering hierarchy-Affinity Propagation
protocol (LEACH-AP) enable a fully distributed control
and resolves practical limitations of conventional
LEACH-based protocols by simplifying network
functionalities and simply transferred data between
different nodes over the network. Wireless sensor
networks (WSNs) are subject to energy management for
maximizing their lifetime.
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