• Pravallika A
Keywords: Sensor networks, path planning framework.


The intent of the path planning algorithm is to show the moving or oncoming surface objects. Hence, we apply the optimization of path planning framework algorithm in this work. The algorithmic program shows mobile sensor mechanical phenomenon that are practicable with respect to vehicle dynamics. The objective of the control problem is to less the quality and shows the approximation errors.


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Author Biography

Pravallika A

Department of Computer Science Engineering, SRM University, Ramapuram, Chennai – 89.


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