Trend Analyses of Critical Values Obtained for Maximum CBR Distance Achievable in Ubicomp MANETs Using Location-Aware Transmission Strategies.

M. KALEEM, GALAMALI and NAWAZ, MOHAMUDALLY (2017) Trend Analyses of Critical Values Obtained for Maximum CBR Distance Achievable in Ubicomp MANETs Using Location-Aware Transmission Strategies. In: Seventh International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2017, 23-24 September 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Abstract

Many sub-fields concerned with ubicomp, like location-tracking, ubicomp functionalities and MANET transmission strategies, are being put to serious research [1-58]. However, their merging still is far from being fruitfully reached. Specifically, the enforcement of location-aware transmission strategies is hoped to enhance energy management in ubicomp. The enhancements being expected include [1] improvements in location refresh rates and accuracy, the application of land-based GPS systems, development of better protocols optimised for transmission according to distance criteria and refining the precision of the distance criteria to apply the protocol. The understanding of distance coverages by transmitted packets in ubicomp environments and corresponding variations over different node densities, is undeniably gainful for refining transmission protocols in MANETs. One distinct empirical study was carried previously [27] in which metric Maximum CBR Distance, Max_CBR_Dist, was devised and probed in. This was succeeded by the study of trends of parameters of equations for metric Max_CBR_Dist [43]. In this paper, the next level of probing is put as: “What are the observable critical values in Max_CBR_Dist trends? What are the trends of variation observable within each critical value for metric Max_CBR_Dist over varying node densities?” Designers will use the output presented here, towards deriving augmented “realistic” ubicomp scenarios for future ubicomp tools. This piece of research stands as a follow-up of previous investigations [1-58].

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ubicomp- Ubiquitous Computing, MAUCMobile and Ubiquitous Computing, Max_CBR_DistMaximum CBR Distance, CBR- Constant Bit Rate, MANETMobile Adhoc Network, CV- Critical Value.
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 10 Mar 2019 11:58
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2019 11:58
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/329

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