Liability Diagnosis with a Novel Cluster Setup for WSNS by Dag Arrangement Using of Log Files in Internet of Things

Liability Diagnosis with a Novel Cluster Setup for WSNS by Dag Arrangement Using of Log Files in Internet of Things

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  • V SRIRAM, B SARANYA
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  • 2021
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  • January-Feburary
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    A wireless sensors network (WSNs) contains thousands of
    sensor nodes which may lead to failures because of unattended
    deployments in it. Communication in sensor nodes will not happen due to
    these failures which produce in correct data due to its unstable nature of
    jumping from normal state to fault state results in data loss and sensor
    connectivity issues. Therefore it is necessary to take appropriate measures
    in advance to detect sustain network failures. To overcome this in our
    paper we proposed the cluster management setup in which the events of
    failures are detected, diagnosed and recovered by using the flow of DAG
    scheduler and LOG FILES. Keywords: WSNs, Fault detection, Fault
    recovery, IOT, Fault diagnosis, DAG and LOG FILES,
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    Liability Diagnosis with a Novel Cluster Setup for WSNS by Dag Arrangement Using of Log Files in Internet of Things