Trend Analyses of Parameters of Equations for Maximum Fairness Proportion Achievable in Ubicomp MANETs Using Location Aware Transmission

2017 Seventh International Conference On Advances in Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technology - CEET 2017   unpublished
Research concerning control of energy consumption in ubicomp is deeply ongoing and MANET transmission is also forebode in assisting in this strategy [75] . The fact remains that this field is not yet fully established and hence notions of modelling in ubicomp are still poorly existent. Control on energy expenditure in ubicomp is essential due to present hardware level of constrained battery power. A prior study was undertaken [24] to quantify and model the Maximum Fairness Proportion (Max_FP)
more » ... hievable for CBRs for node densities of 7 until 56. The corresponding model was described as combining linear and exponential trends. In this paper, the successive level of probing is laid as: "What are the trends of variation observable within each parameter of the equations of curves obtained for metric Max_FP [24] over varying node densities?" It is recommended that the behaviour of each component of suitable models for metric Max_FP be understood in form of mathematical equations before embarking seriously on predictability features. This endeavour will be tough since it will consume lots of effort and involve disagreements between researchers. The outcome generated in this paper will assist ubicomp researchers in more fruitful understanding of MANET features and develop algorithmic support for proper energy management in ubicomp architectures. It may eventuate significantly different battery design and surrogate devices needed. This paper is a follow-up of previous work [1-39]. of best extendability at node number 100 is applied. The values of parameters for each max_FP parameter of equation is jotted down. Trend Analysis -Max_FP parameter "a". Generally the curve depicts a decreasing tendency at a decreasing rate. The curve however does not yet show asymptotic flattening.
doi:10.15224/978-1-63248-126-9-13 fatcat:ucvjpaqehfenhoil2fezzsqllu