G. Wang, D. Turgut, L. Bölöni, Y. Ji, and D. Marinescu

Improving Routing Performance Through m-Limited Forwarding in Power-Constrained Wireless Networks


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G. Wang, D. Turgut, L. Bölöni, Y. Ji, and D. Marinescu. Improving Routing Performance Through m-Limited Forwarding in Power-Constrained Wireless Networks. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (JPDC), 68:501–514, 2008.

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Abstract:

We present m-limited forwarding, a technique to reduce the cost of disseminating information in a power-constrained environment by limiting the cardinality of the subset of nodes which retransmit a packet. We show how this technique can be used to improve the performance of two ad-hoc routing protocols. m-AODV applies $m$-limited forwarding to the AODV routing protocol, and is used for networks with symmetric connections. The m-A4LP protocol is a modified version of the A4LP protocol, which can take advantage of the asymmetric links found in heterogeneous networks. Through a simulation study we quantify the benefits of the enhanced routing protocols upon the power consumption of the nodes and the packet loss rate of the transmissions.

BibTeX:

@article{Wang-2008-JPDC,
author = "G. Wang and D. Turgut and L. B{\"o}l{\"o}ni and Y. Ji and D. Marinescu",
title = "Improving Routing Performance Through m-Limited Forwarding in Power-Constrained Wireless Networks",
journal = "Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (JPDC)",
year = "2008",
volume = "68",
issue = "4",
pages = "501-514",
abstract = {
  We present m-limited forwarding, a technique to reduce the cost of
  disseminating information in a power-constrained environment by limiting
  the cardinality of the subset of nodes which retransmit a packet. We show
  how this technique can be used to improve the performance of two ad-hoc
  routing protocols. m-AODV applies $m$-limited forwarding to the AODV
  routing protocol, and is used for networks with symmetric connections. The
  m-A4LP protocol is a modified version of the A4LP protocol, which can take
  advantage of the asymmetric links found in heterogeneous networks. Through
  a simulation study we quantify the benefits of the enhanced routing
  protocols upon the power consumption of the nodes and the packet loss rate
  of the transmissions.
 },
}

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