Frequency synchronization enhancement in wireless sensor network using cheetah chase algorithm

 
 
 
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    Frequency synchronization is a cutting edge framework for any distributed systems. Wireless sensor networks have risen as an imperative and promising exploration territory in the current years. Frequency synchronization is an imperative for some, sensor organize applications that require extremely exact mapping of assembled sensor information with the frequency of the occasions happened. Biologically inspirited, innovative swarm intelligence algorithms are the most unique algorithms for enhancement. In this proposed work, new population based nature-impelled metaheuristic optimization algorithm, named Cheetah Chase Algorithm (CCA), is presented for upgrading the frequency synchronization in the distributed environment.

     

     


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    Frequency Synchronization; Wireless sensor network; Cheetah Chase Algorithm.

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Article ID: 30209
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v9i1.30209




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