• STUDY ON CO OPERATIVE AND NON – COOPERATIVE GAME THEORY TECHNIQUES IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS

VINOBA. V, SRIDEVI. S*

Abstract


This paper focuses on the occurrence of Cooperative and Non-cooperative Game Theory techniques and their applications in Wireless Sensor Networks. The CANGT is one of the classical combinatorial optimization problems and is known for its diverse applications. This paper aims at describing the state of the art of Cooperative and Non - Cooperative Game Theory Techniques in wirelesssensor networks. In recent years, wireless communication has experienced exponential growth caused by the need for connectivity. Wireless sensor networking is a broad research area, and many researchers have done research in the area of power efficiency to extend network lifetime. A node can easily transmit data to a distance node, if it has sufficient battery power. For maximizing the lifetime of network, the data should be forwarded such that energy consumption is balanced among the nodes in proportion to their energy reserved, instead of routing to minimize consumed power. And this can be achieved using CANGT.


Keywords


Cooperative GameTheory, Non cooperative Game Theory, Formulation, Power management and Wireless Sensor Networks.

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