Proceeding of

NCAICN National Conference 2013



Advances in

Computing & Networking


A Special Issue of

International Journal of Computer Science and Applications



Hon. Shri Sundeepji Meghe

(Chairman, Vidarbha Youth Welfare Society, Amravati)



Dr. V.T. Ingole (FIE, FIETE, Professor Emeritus)


Organizing Committee


Dr. D.T. Ingole (FIE, FIETE)

(Principal PRMIT & R, Badnera and  Chairman IEI  Amravati Center).


 Er. A.W. Jawanjal

(Honorary Secretary IEI, Amravati Center)


Dr. G.R. Bamnote ((FIE, FIETE)

(H.O.D. Computer Science & Engineering)

Dr. A.S. Alvi (MIE)

(H.O.D. Information Technology))

Prof. Mrs. M.D. Ingole (FIE.MIETE)

(H.O.D. Electronics & Telecommunication)


Prof. S.V. Dhopte ((FIE, FIETE)

Prof. Ms. V.M. Deshmukh (FIE, FIETE)

Dr. S.W. Mohod  (FIE,FIETE)


Dr. S.R. Gupta (MIE, MIETE)

Prof. S.V. Pattalwar ((FIE, FIETE)

Prof. M.D. Damahe


Prof. Mrs. M.S. Joshi                

Dr. S.M. Deshmukh

Prof. V.U. Kale

Prof. S.S. Kulkarni

Prof. Ms. R.R. Tuteja

Prof. Ms. J.N. Ingole

Prof. V.R. Raut

Prof. C.N. Deshmukh

Prof. Ms. M.S. Deshmukh

Prof. S.P. Akarte

Prof. Mrs. A.P. Deshmukh

Prof. Mrs. S.S. Sikchi

Prof. N.N. Khalsa

Department of Information and Computer Science and Engineering

Prof. Ram Meghe Institute of Technology and Research, Badnera Distt. Amravati



Prof. K. H. Walse





IJCSA ISSN: 0974-1011 (Online) >>    

Sleep-wake and anycast scheduling technique for Performance Enhancement of Wireless Sensor Network

Ms.Priyanka M. Lokhande and Prof. A. P. Thakare


Every network system concentrates on the term improvement in the performance & reliability of Wireless sensor network. The number of nodes in a typical sensor network is much higher than in a typical ad hoc network, and dense deployments are often desired to ensure coverage and connectivity. In this paper, we are focusing on the aspect of minimizing the delay and maximizing the lifetime of event-driven wireless sensor networks for which events occur infrequently. Many of the energy is consumed when the radios are on, waiting for a packet to arrive. Sleep–wake scheduling is an effective mechanism to prolong the lifetime of these energy-constrained wireless sensor networks. “anycast”-based packet forwarding schemes, where each node opportunistically forwards a packet to the first neighboring node that wakes up among multiple candidate nodes. In this paper, we first study how to control the anycast forwarding schemes for minimizing the expected packet-delivery delays from the sensor nodes to the sink. Based on this result, we then provide a solution to the joint control problem of how to optimally control the system parameters of the sleep–wake scheduling protocol and the anycast packet-forwarding protocol to maximize the network lifetime, subject to a constraint on the expected end-to-end packet-delivery delay.

©2013 International Journal of Computer Science and Applications 

Published by Research Publications, India