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Wireless sensor network is a densely deployed resource stress network where each small chunk of resource adds the high value to over all network functionality. Topology control is a technique through which network controls it's dense deployment for efficient resource utilization. This article examines the classification of topology control of emerging wireless sensor network field, based on different Network models, graph models and node groupings. Further article covers the effect of mobility on topology control and various topology control measurement parameters. This article will aid in defining appropriate topology control mechanism, allowing network designers to choose the protocol architecture that best matches the goals of their application. In addition, this article will enable new sensor network topology control method to be defined for use in further research in this area.