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Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

Originální název

Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

Anglický název

Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

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en

Originální abstrakt

With the advancement of the mobile ad-hoc network (MANET), many researches were proposed to increase the efficiency of networks. The important factor affects the performance in MANET is discovering and maintaining paths since the nodes mobility causes topology change, which needs to be observed for effective communication. One of the popular studies for routing in the networks in recent years is the swarm intelligence which imitates the collective behavior of biological species to solve routing problems in the networks. Another efficient method is clustering scheme which can be auxiliary structure to cluster nodes in the network. In this paper, we use weakly connected dominating sets (WCDS) which clusters network by nodes maximum degree or minimum ID to propose an improved ant-based on-demand clustering routing (AOCR) protocol. AOCR uses ant-like agents inspired by the foraging behavior of ant colonies to explore networks and discover a route which fulfills several QoS requirements including minimal traffic overhead or energy-efficiency for MANET. Simulations on NS-2 show that our proposed scheme can effectively be applied in MANET to achieve a high packet delivery ratio, a low end-to-end delay with just a little increased energy.

Anglický abstrakt

With the advancement of the mobile ad-hoc network (MANET), many researches were proposed to increase the efficiency of networks. The important factor affects the performance in MANET is discovering and maintaining paths since the nodes mobility causes topology change, which needs to be observed for effective communication. One of the popular studies for routing in the networks in recent years is the swarm intelligence which imitates the collective behavior of biological species to solve routing problems in the networks. Another efficient method is clustering scheme which can be auxiliary structure to cluster nodes in the network. In this paper, we use weakly connected dominating sets (WCDS) which clusters network by nodes maximum degree or minimum ID to propose an improved ant-based on-demand clustering routing (AOCR) protocol. AOCR uses ant-like agents inspired by the foraging behavior of ant colonies to explore networks and discover a route which fulfills several QoS requirements including minimal traffic overhead or energy-efficiency for MANET. Simulations on NS-2 show that our proposed scheme can effectively be applied in MANET to achieve a high packet delivery ratio, a low end-to-end delay with just a little increased energy.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT100724,
  author="Jiří {Hošek} and Jenq-Shiou {Leu} and Kuen Han {Li}",
  title="Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol Ant-based On-demand Clustering Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks",
  annote="With the advancement of the mobile ad-hoc
network (MANET), many researches were proposed to increase
the efficiency of networks. The important factor affects the
performance in MANET is discovering and maintaining paths
since the nodes mobility causes topology change, which needs to
be observed for effective communication. One of the popular
studies for routing in the networks in recent years is the swarm
intelligence which imitates the collective behavior of biological
species to solve routing problems in the networks. Another
efficient method is clustering scheme which can be auxiliary
structure to cluster nodes in the network. In this paper, we use
weakly connected dominating sets (WCDS) which clusters
network by nodes maximum degree or minimum ID to propose
an improved ant-based on-demand clustering routing (AOCR)
protocol. AOCR uses ant-like agents inspired by the foraging
behavior of ant colonies to explore networks and discover a route
which fulfills several QoS requirements including minimal traffic
overhead or energy-efficiency for MANET. Simulations on NS-2
show that our proposed scheme can effectively be applied in
MANET to achieve a high packet delivery ratio, a low end-to-end
delay with just a little increased energy.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Innovative Mobile and Internet Services in Ubiquitous Computing - IMIS 2013",
  chapter="100724",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2013",
  month="july",
  pages="354--359",
  type="conference paper"
}