Extension of Overall Node Battery Extra Availability in Ubicomp with Location-Aware MANET Transmission Compared to Direct Node-To-Node Transmission.

M. KALEEM, GALAMALI and NAWAZ, MOHAMUDALLY (2017) Extension of Overall Node Battery Extra Availability in Ubicomp with Location-Aware MANET Transmission Compared to Direct Node-To-Node Transmission. In: Seventh International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2017, 23-24 September 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Abstract

The impact of location-tracking in mobile environments matters tremendously into performance of ubicomp functionalities and justifies research effort put in it [1-10]. Along with progresses in ubicomp, several questions will crop up and whose answers depend on components not yet put forward. Hence, empirical and simulator based supports to answer these questions are required as starting points. A prior such study was conducted to find trends of energy savings achievable by applying location-aware direct Node-To-Node (NTN) transmission strategies [2] from the perspective of overall nodes, whereby all user nodes in the topography contribute in routing tasks. Another follow-up study was carried out to model the trends of Overall Energy Savings achievable in location-aware MANET transmission [15] from the notion of all user nodes contributing to routing tasks of other user’s transmissions, i.e. MANET nodes are NOT supplied as infrastructure. Following these two studies [2, 15], the next level of investigation required is: “By What extra amount can overall nodes’ battery availability be extended in locationaware ubicomp MANET transmission compared to direct Node-To-Node transmission? How does this extra amount vary over varying node numbers present in a topography for ubicomp? The results of this study can serve towards better architecture formulations and alleviation of maintenance procedures required for ubicomp. This study follows from previous ones [1-64]

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Ubicomp- Ubiquitous Computing, MAUCMobile and Ubiquitous Computing, CBR- Constant Bit Rate, MANET- Mobile Adhoc Network, NTN- Node-To-Node, ESEnergy Savings, OES- Overall ES, OLNTNES- Overall Less NTN ES, EC-Energy consumed, OLNTNEC- Overall Less NTN EC, BAEF- Battery Availability Extension Factor, MBAEF- Mean BAEF.
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 10 Mar 2019 11:59
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2019 11:59
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/337

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