Energy Efficient Optimized Routing Technique With Distributed SDN-AI to Large Scale I-IoT Networks

P. K. Udayaprasad, J. Shreyas, N. N. Srinidhi, S. M.N. Dilip Kumar, P. Dayananda, S. S. Askar, Mohamed Abouhawwash

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Abstract

Effective research has been aimed at increasing the distributed compute dependent Software Define Network (SDN) with high-level Intelligent - Internet of Things (I-IoT). Wireless sensor networks come with a set of resource restrictions. Still, only a few functions are often configured such as energy restraint and the concerted demands that are vital for IoT application routing performance. A major technique for solving the expansion of network scalability by applying Mobile Sink (MS). The construction of data transmission optimal path, the detection of an optimal set data-gathering points $O_{DG} $ and MS scheduled with dynamic networks for energy-efficient techniques, that the network's lifetime in enormous complications, principally in large-scale IoT networks. The research work proposes an Research Objective: i) Develop an energy-efficient routing technique for large-scale I-IoT networks within a cloud-based SDN system. ii) Optimize network scalability, lower-level routing, and load balancing using Genetic Algorithm (GA), Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), and Artificial Bee Colony (ABC). The prime aim of cloud-based SDN with AI is to determine: a lower level routing in the perception layer, a load-balanced Cluster Table (CT), an optimal $O_{DG} $ points, and MS optimal paths $O_{MSpath} $. The main contribution of proposed routing is i) Energy Minimization (EM): The proposed routing minimizes energy dissemination by the Cluster Head (CH) in critical conditions (EM-CH). ii) Enhanced Energy Balance (EEB): The EC-based SDN, considering both Optimal Data-Gathering ( $O_{DG}$ ) and Mobile Sink (MS) advancements, achieves enhanced energy balance during network routing (EEB-SDN). Research results validate the proposed model stability that improves the network lifetime up to 63%, the energy usage in the network is reduced up to 78%, the high volume data loaded to the MS up to 95%, and the delay of the $O_{MSpath} $ by 69% when compared with various model.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2742-2759
Number of pages18
JournalIEEE Access
Volume12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2024

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • General Computer Science
  • General Materials Science
  • General Engineering

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