Select algorithm of self-organizing wireless sensor network by the analytic hierarchy process

Bezruk V., Vlasova V., Skorik U., Koltun U., Kostromitsky A.

Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics

In wireless sensor networks (WSN) is important task of self-organization networks. There are many different algorithms for self-organization of such networks. This choice determines the relevance of pre-emptive self-algorithm network with the additional information obtained from experts. In the article features practical application of the analytic hierarchy process to select a preferred algorithm for self-organization in wireless sensor networks. A comparative analysis of the characteristics of existing algorithms in sensor networks self. The maximum value vector components priorities selected preferred algorithm WSN self – Payment scheme algorithm. This self-algorithm, which uses payment scheme using transmission power as mediator, thus achieving a global high performance. Thus, as a result of the research shows that the option to select a preferred self- organization WSN algorithm can be used the analytic hierarchy that gives the opportunity to build a formalized procedure for the use and handling of judgments of experts to form the equivalent of a criterion benefits.

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