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A Discussion on Developing Multihop Routing Metrics Sensitive to Node Mobility

Namusale Chama, Rute C. Sofia
2011 Journal of Communications  
This paper is focused on a discussion of parameters and heuristics that are expected to assist multihop routing in becoming more sensitive to node mobility.  ...  The heuristics are compared based on a meaningful set of scenarios that attain different mobility aspects.  ...  Her research interests relate to advanced forwarding and routing; mobility aspects such as management and modelling; resource management in wireless networks; cooperative networking.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jcm.6.1.56-67 fatcat:3x5ozyzsorc3fpcsi5lrnajb6a

Path-Centric On-Demand Rate Adaptation for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

Saehoon Kang, Chansu Yu, Chita R. Das, Guohong Cao
2009 2009 Proceedings of 18th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks  
While others focus on finding the best data rate for each link and offering a routing path as a collection of links at their best rates, PRAM finds the best data rate for a sourcedestination pair and then  ...  Another distinctive feature of PRAM is that it can be seamlessly incorporated with an on-demand routing protocol.  ...  Typically, they have concentrated on developing a rate-aware link cost which is then integrated with a multihop routing algorithm to find the path that minimizes the total cost.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icccn.2009.5235235 dblp:conf/icccn/KangYDC09 fatcat:qpbnwutbxbehtjbbjbwvi5sbuy

A Survey on Routing Protocols for Delay and Energy-Constrained Cognitive Radio Networks

Rita Abu Diab, Nabil Bastaki, Atef Abdrabou
2020 IEEE Access  
NODE MOBILITY Mobility is essential in many IoT applications, but it is a big challenge in multihop CRNs.  ...  consider node energy as a routing metric.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3035325 fatcat:tcny47axnvga5avotdcz6oqrdq

Resource Provisioning for various network applications in adhoc networks

Pooja Sharma, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Katra India
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Adhoc networks are class of decentralized networks which will not depend on existing infrastructure. Vehicular adhoc networks are only mobile adhoc networks but high speed nodes.  ...  This research study gives an overview of classification of traffic types, resource requirements of different applications and efficiency of different routing protocols in Mobile adhoc networks and Vehicular  ...  When a node wants to communicate, it sends route request (RREQ) packet with a TTL (time to live) value that specifies the number of hops to search for a gateway.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/119852019 fatcat:yrkd4hpykzck3cxrxe2u72dbkq

Energy-aware routing for delay-sensitive underwater wireless sensor networks

SenLin Zhang, ZiXiang Wang, MeiQin Liu, MeiKang Qiu
2014 Science China Information Sciences  
When a node has a packet to transmit to the sink, this packet will be routed through some intermediate nodes in the multihop relay process.  ...  The intermediate nodes selected based on the mixed metric can handle the energy and delay of the route at the same time. • The packets are flooded to part of the neighbors of a node in MEWR protocol.  ...  In the multihop relay, the packets are routed from source node to the sink through intermediate nodes. The transmission of the packet from one node to another is counted as one hop.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11432-013-4957-8 fatcat:d6wd376gofcj3mcoiu7hvgt7ya

Multichannel Mobile Ad Hoc Links for Multimedia Communications

Hamid Gharavi
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE  
For this approach, we present a systematic channel assignment technique that has been specifically developed for the ad hoc on-demand distance vector routing protocol.  ...  This is achieved by developing a link-partitioning scheme where nodes in the neighboring partitions operate at different nonoverlapping frequency bands.  ...  Acknowledgment The author wishes to thank Dr. B. Hu and Dr. S. Gao for their assistance in this work.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2007.909877 fatcat:2avu4ctc6vdanmmj4kqxowf7oi

Routing protocols in wireless mesh networks: challenges and design considerations

Sonia Waharte, Raouf Boutaba, Youssef Iraqi, Brent Ishibashi
2006 Multimedia tools and applications  
To have a clear and precise focus on future research in WMN routing, the characteristics of WMNs that have a strong impact on routing must be identified.  ...  Then a set of criteria is defined against which the existing routing protocols from ad hoc, sensor, and WMNs can be evaluated and performance metrics identified.  ...  Multihop Multihop Multihop Network Base stations Satellites Base stations Access points Mobile nodes Mobile nodes Static nodes Entities Mobile nodes Mobile nodes Mobile nodes  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-006-0012-8 fatcat:7hqjiefopzfj5jsji355tn3qam

Cross-Layer Design for QoS Support in Multihop Wireless Networks

Qian Zhang, Ya-Qin Zhang
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Xue et al. introduce a resource reservation-based routing and signaling algorithm, ad hoc QoS on-demand routing (AQOR) [19] , that provides end-to-end QoS support in mobile ad hoc networks.  ...  They develop a network model with a limited number of orthogonal channels and with multiple radios at each node.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2007.909930 fatcat:c4uk437gunft5k7h2jckobgxa4

Multihop Relaying for Broadband Wireless Mesh Networks: From Theory to Practice

Ozgur Oyman, J. Laneman, Sumeet Sandhu
2007 IEEE Communications Magazine  
We summarize capacity results to show merits of multihop relaying in broadband cellular mesh networks.  ...  Under the guidance of these results, we provide design perspectives on relay deployment, spectrum allocation and end-to-end optimization of certain QoS measures such as throughput, coverage, reliability  ...  For purposes of this discussion, interference from other nodes in the system but not part of the multihop route is treated simply as additional noise.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2007.4378330 fatcat:u6inzepvzjdfbiv75tb6sewjna

Statistical QoS routing for IEEE 802.11 multihop ad hoc networks

Atef Abdrabou, Weihua Zhuang
2009 IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications  
Our scheme extends the well developed effective bandwidth theory and its dual effective capacity concept to multihop IEEE 802.11 ad hoc networks.  ...  Via a cross-layer design approach, the scheme selects the routes based on a geographical on-demand ad hoc routing protocol and checks the availability of network resources by using traffic source and link-layer  ...  Effect of Mobility on Performance Metrics To the best of our knowledge, there are no unified performance metrics to evaluate QoS routing protocols for ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/twc.2008.080573 fatcat:pgpzjfxqafd4llhlupbqipqkie

Gateway-aware routing for wireless mesh networks

Prashanth A. K. Acharya, David L. Johnson, Elizabeth M. Belding
2010 The 7th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems (IEEE MASS 2010)  
Traditional mesh routing protocols are designed to find high quality/throughput multihop routes in the network.  ...  We present the design of a new gateway-aware routing metric that picks high throughput routes in the presence of heterogeneous gateways.  ...  The challenge, therefore, is to design a routing metric that simultaneously considers the gateway capacity as well as the quality of the multihop route from a given node to the gateway.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mass.2010.5663893 dblp:conf/mass/AcharyaJB10 fatcat:gbz3wdwlnvbm3akhkwao2fcceu

Improving Routing Efficiency Based On Random Direction Mobility Model In Manets

K. Sreenivasulu
2011 International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network.  
We study both the availability and the duration probability of a routing path that is subject to link failures caused by node mobility.  ...  Routing protocols accounting for route stability while selecting the source-destination path can be found , just to name a few. Studies on link and path availability and duration are presented.  ...  In this work, we focus on the stability of a routing path, which is subject to link failures caused by node mobility?  ... 
doi:10.47893/ijssan.2011.1010 fatcat:27uyaxxk6faafowrxftu2u5q4a

Adaptive and Self Healing Routing for Mobile AdHoc Networks Using Cross Layer Design

S. Menaka, M. K. Jayanthi
2015 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
Mobility of nodes often leads to link failures and hence requires route reconstruction to resume the communication between the nodes.  ...  The construction of reliable and stable routes in a mobile ad hoc network is one of the primary research issues in equipping each device to continuously maintain the information required to properly route  ...  A multihop route consists of 'n' number of nodes connected by 'n−1' number of links.  ... 
doi:10.2498/cit.1002407 fatcat:un4lmatppnds7cej54fxe5sx5u

An Analytical Approach to Opportunistic Transmission under Rayleigh Fading Channels

Yousaf Bin Zikria, Sung Won Kim, Heejung Yu, Seung Yeob Nam
2015 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
Under this model, we develop a generic Markov chain model to obtain the analytical results and verify the effectiveness of the statistical analysis.  ...  As one of innovative approaches, the opportunistic routing scheme was proposed.  ...  Cooperative opportunistic routing in mobile ad hoc networks (CORMAN) [25] is a network layer solution to opportunistic data transfer in mobile ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/725198 fatcat:lmtqgn6bvvc6rcgl5qflqz75xu

Routing performance in the presence of unidirectional links in multihop wireless networks

Mahesh K. Marina, Samir R. Das
2002 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM international symposium on Mobile ad hoc networking & computing - MobiHoc '02  
We examine two aspects concerning the influence of unidirectional links on routing performance in multihop wireless networks.  ...  In the second part of the paper, we investigate this issue using a well known on-demand routing protocol, Ad hoc Ondemand Distance Vector (AODV), as a case study.  ...  The effect of node mobility on all metrics is shown in Figure 11 . Here we vary the maximum node speed between 0 and 20 m/s.  ... 
doi:10.1145/513800.513803 dblp:conf/mobihoc/MarinaD02 fatcat:zb3diq3zfne4tlqkaefd7xcw5y
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