Model of Minimum Energy Consumption Ratio Achievable in MANET Using Location-Aware Transmission in Ubicomp.

M. KALEEM, GALAMALI and NAWAZ, MOHAMUDALLY (2016) Model of Minimum Energy Consumption Ratio Achievable in MANET Using Location-Aware 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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Abstract

Researchers claim that use of MANET transmission help to save energy in ubicomp [54]. Another strategy would be by applying location-aware transmission in MANET. The resulting method of operation remains a cooperation being required from all nodes present in the topography. A desirable feature in cooperation is to know “what is the proportion of energy being required by the MANET node compared with the sending node itself, together with corresponding trends?” Such a study is provided in another paper [18] whereby a future work identified was “How to gauge Fairness features being reached”, as concerns the proportion of nodes spending more or less energy than the sender node. To bring answers to this issue, in this paper, another metric Min_R is put forward together with the corresponding model of trend over varying node densities. This paper adds up to the area of modelling in ubicomp and will be used by designers to better bound the resources and architecture needs for ubicomp. This paper is a follow-up of previous research [1-18].

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ubicomp- Ubiquitous Computing, MAUCMobile and Ubiquitous Computing, ECR- Energy Consumption Ratio, Min_R- Minimum Ratio, MANETMobile Adhoc Network, CBR- Constant Bit Rate.
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2019 04:58
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2019 04:58
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/730

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