matlab wsn code
Updated 25 Nov 2019
MATLAB WSN Code for a wsn find a shortestpath between two nodes and send data. (you choose parameters - almost fully personalized)
Its WSN has range tolerance between nodes (you choose the range - in meters). As soon nodes establish conection, due range tolerance (position sorted randomly in a 1km x 1km terrain). The shorthest path alg get a route and starts send data from node 1 (source) to node 2 (target), till any node node involved in the route path die due energy failure (all nodes involved in route decreases its energy - also randomly defined). After a route failure, it gets next shortest route and keeps sending.. and so on, till no paths between source and target left....
Obviosuly it my code... i started with matlab 2 week ago, never heard about this program before. Surely code can be improved, but i respectfully makes it available for those that have urgent needings...
hope i can help someone (I do it from the deep of my heart). Now i go keep working on it... because i need to implement ACO (Ant colony Optimization) to it...
### IF SOMEONE CAN HELP ME... ###
my goal is to analise if ACO can improve network life time in comparion with an "extra routing engine" (Like shortest path, wich is an vector-distance routing engine, like AODV, RIP, etc).
Btw, i will be glad and happy with someone else help, if not, i think i can go by myself with some fell more dedication... hugs everyone.
NOTE: Of course code can be improved... i see lot of briliant matlab coders here... so, lets keep helping ppl... congratz!
cesar silva (2023). matlab wsn code (https://github.com/cesarfgs/matlab-wsn-code), GitHub. Retrieved .
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