Study On The Performance Of Manet Using Parameter Optimization And Automatic Updating Of The Routing Information
Author(s):
Sonia, Dr. Banita
Keywords:
MANET, optimization, routing
Abstract
Mobile networking refers to the technology that allows data and speech to be sent between specific mobile network nodes through the use of wireless media and radio spectrum transmission. In general, the term "mobile" refers to devices that are intended to be carried by their users and are hence portable and lightweight. In this piece of research, we presented a hybrid version of the swarm optimization model as a means of enhancing the MANET routing protocols. The MANET networks will have their settings optimised thanks to the optimization that was presented. Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and Cat Swarm Optimization have been merged into the model that has been proposed (CSO). This research will establish a technique that can be applied to the revealing of MANT networks, also known as mobile sensor networks. The study will also investigate improved mechanism(s) that can be utilised to prevent degraded routing concerns in order to improve performance. The results that are obtained by using the suggested model are considered to be the best results when compared with PSO and CSO.
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Unique Paper ID: 157275

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 481 - 487
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