Model of Sender Node Energy Savings Achievable with Location-Aware MANET Transmission in Ubicomp.

M. KALEEM, GALAMALI and NAWAZ, MOHAMUDALLY (2016) Model of Sender Node Energy Savings Achievable with Location-Aware MANET Transmission in Ubicomp. In: Fifth International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2016, 25-26 September 2016, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Tracking location in mobile environment has been a subject of research for quite long and significant progress has been reached [33-48]. The next stage remains devising new functionalities/applications and improving ways of doing existing activities making use of location-awareness. One area of such an improvement will be in the field of MANET communication over which ubicomp will rely. A big area missing in MAUC remains the software engineering approaches into metrics development, gathering and modelling which can be used for prediction and better gearing of future investments of resources [2]. The particular area of concern here is energy considerations in ubicomp. How much energy savings can be achieved by a sender node in location-aware MANET transmission? Is there any pattern of trend that the sender energy savings follow under different sets of node densities? How to gather information on probabilities of saving less or greater than a particular percentage of energy?. Need for formulating applicable models is felt since it involves lots of work and results will be used by designers to formulate better ubicomp component architectures. This paper is a follow-up of previous papers [1-13].

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ubicomp-Ubiquitous Computing, MAUCMobile and Ubiquitous Computing, SES-Sender Energy Savings, MANET-Mobile Adhoc Network, CBR-Constant Bit Rate, BRE-Basic Reference Energy
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2019 04:57
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2019 04:57

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