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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



Detection And Recovery Of Coverage Holes In WSN Using Grid Based Clustering

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AUTHOR(S)

Anjna Paul, Anjali Chaudhary

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords : clustering, coverage problem, detection holes,grid,recovery, wireless sensor networks,zones

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT:The emerging technology of wireless sensor network (WSN) is expected to provide a broad range of applications, such as battlefield surveillance, environmental monitoring, smart spaces and so on. The coverage problem is a fundamental issue in WSN.In the paper, we propose an effective approach for coverage holes detection and removal which is based on grid based clustering.In grid based wireless sensor network, cluster zones are collecting all information which is passing through sensor nodes. The network is dividing into square shape zones .Every zone is the combination of several sensor nodes. Also we have done a comparative simulation in existing scheme and our proposed scheme. Simulation demonstrates that our proposed scheme detect and recover coverage hole, and guarantee full coverage.

 

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