The coverage problem in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) can be generally defined as a measure of how effectively a network field is monitored by its sensor nodes. This problem has attracted a lot of interest over the years and as a result, many cov-erage protocols were proposed. In this survey, we first propose taxonomy for classifying coverage protocols in WSNs. Then, we classify the coverage protocols into three categories (i.e. coverage-aware deployment protocols, sleep scheduling protocols for flat net-works, and cluster-based sleep scheduling protocols) based on the network stage where the coverage is optimized. For each category, relevant protocols are thoroughly reviewed and classified based on the adopted coverage techniques. Finally, we discuss open issues (and recommend future directions to resolve them) associated with the design of realistic coverage protocols. Issues such as realistic sensing models, realistic energy consumption models, realistic con-nectivity models and sensor localization are covered.
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Coverage Pro-tocols, Sensing Models, Energy Consumption, Literature Review, Survey.
R. Nithya , P. Jegadeeshwari "Design Of Novel Based Sensing Model For Coverage Area Using Evolutionary Algorithm" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 3 Issue 6 2019 Page 130-141
R. Nithya , P. Jegadeeshwari "Design Of Novel Based Sensing Model For Coverage Area Using Evolutionary Algorithm" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 3(6)