This research is concerned with the design of Tree WSNs. This research proves that configuration plays a vital role in energy optimisation, node failure and network lifetime when designing a Tree WSN. We compare a Progressive Two Level Tree WSN with a Balanced Two Level Tree WSN. Our simulation results prove that a Progressive configuration has two advantages, over a Balanced configuration, which are less computations required to complete each process and more tolerance of node failures. These Progressive configuration advantages both lead to more energy efficiency compared to a Balanced configuration. Therefore, the lifetime of a Progressive Two Level Tree WSN is longer than that of a Balanced Two Level Tree WSN. © 2012 ACM.
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Dr. Maneesha V. Ramesh, Sreedevi, A. Ga, Kandasamy, Ka, and Rangan, P. Vb, “Performance Comparison and Node Failure Assessment of Energy Efficient Two Level Balanced and Progressive Sensor Networks”, in ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, Chennai, 2012, pp. 374-381.