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The wireless sensor network (WSN) has become more interesting to many researchers recently since it clearly provides promising potential in many areas such as exploration, monitoring, surveillance and security. The idea is to deploy a large amount of small and cheap wireless sensors over an area. One crucial requirement of this method is to extend the network lifetime and coverage. The objective of this research is to investigate and compare the behaviour and performance of the Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy (LEACH) and the Multi-hop Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy (Multi-hop LEACH) when applied to a 3D terrain.
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