ENERGY-AWARE VIRTUAL BACKBONE TREE CONSTRUCTION ALGORITHM FOR DYNAMIC WIRELESS NODES AND MEASURED IN TERMS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION LEVEL
Wireless sensor network works on a low-energy, low-cost basis and the nature of cost of composite systems and gathering real-time information by tiny nodes take place through a number of potential applications; a great deal of attention is gained by the network through multicasting and routing. This paper proposed energy aware virtual back bone tree algorithm to create wireless nodes from dynamic situation based on the energy levels. The wireless nodes are creating virtual backbone to establish the communication between the nodes. The NS2 simulation results outperformed in terms of average energy consumption and reduced control packet overhead.