A Holistic Methodology for Improved RFID Network Lifetime by Advanced Cluster Head Selection using Dragonfly Algorithm
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) networks usually require many tags along with readers and computation facilities. Those networks have limitations with respect to computing power and energy consumption. Thus, for saving energy and to make the best use of the resources, networks should operate and be able to recover in an efficient way. This will also reduce the energy expenditure of RFID readers. In this work, the RFID network life span will be enlarged through an energy-efficient cluster-based protocol used together with the Dragonfly algorithm. There are two stages in the processing of the clustering system: the cluster formation from the whole structure and the election of a cluster leader. After completing those procedures, the cluster leader controls the other nodes that are not leaders. The system works with a large energy node that provides an amount of energy while transmitting aggregated data near a base station.
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International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence
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