Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), are self-con?gured and infrastructure less wireless networks. That network consists of small devices which equipped with expert sensors and wireless transceivers. The main goal of aWSN is to make a connection data from the environment and send it to the base station (BS) where the data can be observed and analyzed. Wireless sensor devices also respond to queries sent from the base station (BS) to perform speci?c instructions. Finally, they can be equipped with actuators to ?act? upon certain conditions. These networks are sometimes more speci?cally referred as Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks. In the work of this paper work, clustering Energy aware multi-hop multi-path hierarchical protocol (EAMMH), Low-energy adaptive clustering hierarchy protocol (LEACH), Stable Election Protocol (SEP) and Threshold sensitive energy efficient sensor network protocol (TEEN) routing protocols forWireless Sensor Network are compared. Average energy of node and number of dead nodes are used to measure the performance of theses protocols. Different values of number of nodes (node density) and energy of transmitter and receiver parameters are used. These routing algorithms have been developed in this regard. This article showed that the changes values of these parameters have clear effects on the performance of cluster protocols in WSN. In this research work the results and observations made from the analyses of results about these protocols are presented.
"Performance Evaluation of Clustering EAMMH, LEACH SEP, TEEN Protocols in WSN,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 7
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol7/iss2/3