Accepted Papers

  • Analytical study of Application of Machine learning algorithm in Wireless Networks
    Anjli Sharma and Pankaj Sharma, ABES EC Engineering college,India
    Selection of protocol for routing of packets from source to destination in an effective manner is the challenging task by designing any kind of wireless network like Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET), or Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), or Vehicular Network etc. MANET is collection of nodes that are mobile in nature; nodes communicate each other using wireless transmission medium without any existing infrastructure. As energy consume for communication in WSN is much higher than other activities like sensing, aggregation etc [1]. So lot of effort has been done to reduce the distance between two devices (single hop to multi hop), size of packet (by data aggregation).It results into less consumption of energy, as energy and bandwidth are among the scare resources in wireless sensor network. To improve the performance of network in term of maximum Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR), minimum delay, maximum throughput and minimum overhead ; there are several machines learning algorithm like fuzzy logic dealing with uncertainty, Genetic algorithm (GA) searching optimal solution in search space and other AI techniques which deals under various routing protocols. With the help of one or two parameter (mobility, varying no. of nodes) performance of network cannot be specified in spite of more parameters need to emphasized (node speed, pause time, network size, no. of connection etc). Objective of this paper is to focus on different techniques that are used to improve the performance of network.
  • Performance of the Maximum Stable Connected Dominating Sets in the Presence of Static Nodes in a Mobile Ad hoc Network
    Natarajan Meghanathan,Jackson State University,USA
    The topology of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) change dynamically with time. Connected dominating sets (CDS) are considered to be an effective topology for network-wide broadcasts in MANETs as only the nodes that are part of the CDS need to broadcast the message and the rest of the nodes merely receive the message. However, with node mobility, a CDS does not exist for the entire duration of the network session and has to be regularly refreshed (CDS transition). In an earlier work, we had proposed a benchmarking algorithm to determine a sequence of CDSs (Maximum Stable CDS) such that the number of transitions is the global minimum. In this research, we study the performance (CDS Lifetime and CDS Node Size) of the Maximum Stable CDS when a certain fraction of the nodes in the network are static and compare the performance with that of the degree-based CDSs. We observe the lifetime of the Maximum Stable CDS to only moderately increase (by a factor of 2.3) as we increase the percentage of the static nodes in the network; on the other hand, the lifetime of the degree-based CDS increases significantly (as large as 13 times) as we increase the percentage of static nodes from 0 to 80.
  • Skewness Removal of LEACH Protocol for Wireless Sensor Network
    Vishal Gupta and M.N. Doja,Jamia Millia Islamia,India
    Wireless Sensor Network is a wireless network that consists of independent sensors which communicate with each other in distributed fashion to sense and monitor the environment. The goal of Wireless sensor network is to have long life time and high reliability with maximum coverage. LEACH is one of the first and the most discussed hierarchical, cluster-based routing approaches for sensor networks. In WSNs, the LEACH protocol has got high attention due to its simplicity, energy-efficiency and load-balancing nature.