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An application of Genetic Fuzzy Systems for wireless sensor networks

An application of Genetic Fuzzy Systems for wireless sensor networks,10.1109/FUZZY.2011.6007598,Liliam Barroso Leal,Raimir Holanda Filho,Marcus Vinici

An application of Genetic Fuzzy Systems for wireless sensor networks  
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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are composed of sensor nodes in order to detect and transmit features from the physical environment. Generally, the sensor nodes transmit information to a special node called sink. Some recent researches have led to the selection of routes in sensor networks with multiple sink nodes. The approach proposed by this paper presents the application of Genetic Fuzzy System (GFSs) for the selection of routes in WSNs, in order to make the communication between multiple sensor nodes and sink nodes. The results obtained through simulations demonstrated a sensor network with a longer lifetime, through the choice of the adequate sink used for sending packets through the network in order to find the best routes. Index Terms—Fuzzy Inference System, Genetic Algorithms, Wireless Sensor Networks, Mamdani, Sink Nodes.
Conference: IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems , pp. 2473-2480, 2011
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