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Non-Linear Error Identifier Algorithm for Configuring Mobile Sensor Robot
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Non-Linear Error Identifier Algorithm for Configuring Mobile Sensor Robot
Rajaram., P; Prakasam., P;
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 Abstract
WSN acts as an effective tool for tracking the large scale environments. In such environment, the battery life of the sensor networks is limited due to collection of the data, usage of sensing, computation and communication. To resolve this, a mobile robot is presented to identify the data present in the partitioned sensor networks and passed onto the sink. In novel data collection algorithm, the performance of the data collecting operation is reduced because mobile robot can be used only within the limited range. To enhance the data collection in a changing environment, Non Linear Error Identifier (NLEI) algorithm has been developed and presented in this paper to configure the robot by means of error models which are non-linear. Experimental evaluation has been conducted to estimate the performance of the proposed NLEI and it has been observed that the proposed NLEI algorithm increases the error correction rate upto 42% and efficiency upto 60%.
 Keywords
Wireless sensor network;Mobile robot;Data collection;Mobile sink;Mobile robot configuration;Non-linear error model.;
 Language
English
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