Fuzzy Logic Based Rate Control Scheme for ODMRP in Mobile Ad hoc NetworksReport as inadecuate

Fuzzy Logic Based Rate Control Scheme for ODMRP in Mobile Ad hoc Networks - Download this document for free, or read online. Document in PDF available to download.

Automatika : journal for control, measurement, electronics, computing and communications, Vol.55 No.2 July 2014. -

On Demand Multicast Routing Protocol ODMRP is a popular solution designed for ad hoc networks with mobile hosts. Its efficiency, simplicity, and robustness to mobility render it one of the most widely used multicast routing protocols in Mobile Ad hoc NETworks MANET. In ODMRP, there is no input rate control for upper layer traffic. So, it’s possible that high dense traffic flow causes congestion in networks. In this work, an enhancement to ODMRP is proposed referred to as fuzzy logic based Rate Control ODMRP FRC-ODMRP. FRC-ODMRP attempts to adapt the arrival rate from upper layers to the state in the network by using feedback information from receivers of the multicast group. Accordingly, source comes up with a decision whether to increase or decrease its transmission rate based on information collected from the receivers. In this research, delay and packet delivery ratio reconsidered as indicators of congestion in addition to number of received packets. Simulation results demonstrate that FRC-ODMRP achieves significant performance improvements in comparison to conventional ODMRP and QoS-ODMRP. Indeed, it efficiently handles simultaneous traffic flows such that no one could dominate available bandwidth of networks.

Fuzzy logic; Ad hoc networks; ODMRP; Join query; Congestion

Author: Alireza Shams Shafigh - ; Centre for Wireless Communications, University of Oulu, Finland, P.O. Box 4500, FI-90014, Finland Beatr

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/


Related documents