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Energy Efficient Sleep Awake Aware (EESAA) Intelligent Sensor Network Routing Protocol
T. Shah,N. Javaid,T. N. Qureshi
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), with growing applications in the environment which are not within human reach have been addressed tremendously in the recent past. For optimized working of network many routing algorithms have been proposed, mainly focusing energy efficiency, network lifetime, clustering processes. Considering homogeneity of network, we proposed Energy Efficient Sleep Awake Aware (EESAA) intelligent routing protocol for WSNs. In our proposed technique we evaluate and enhance certain issues like network stability, network lifetime and cluster head selection process. Utilizing the concept of characteristical pairing among sensor nodes energy utilization is optimized. Simulation results show that our proposed protocolnificantly improved the
Hybrid DEEC: Towards Efficient Energy Utilization in Wireless Sensor Networks
M. Y. Khan,N. Javaid,M. A. Khan,A. Javaid,Z. A. Khan,U. Qasim
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: The clustering algorithm are considered as a kind of key technique used to reduce energy consumption. It can help in increasing the stability period and network life time. Routing protocol for efficient energy utilization should be designed for heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). We purpose Hybrid-DEEC (H-DEEC), a chain and cluster based (hybrid) distributed scheme for efficient energy utilization in WSNs. In H-DEEC,elected Cluster Heads (CHs) communicate the Base Station (BS) through beta elected nodes, by using multi-hopping. We logically divide the network into two parts, on the basis of the residual energy of nodes. The normal nodes with high initial and residual energy will behighlyprobable to be CHs than the nodes with lesser energy. To overcome the deficiencies of H-DEEC, we propose Multi-Edged Hybrid-DEEC (MH-DEEC). In MH-DEEC the criteria of chain construction is modified. Finally, the comparison in simulation results with other heterogeneous protocols show that, MH-DEEC and H-DEEC achieves longer stability time and network life time due to efficient energy utilization.
Towards LP Modeling for Maximizing Throughput and Minimizing Routing Delay in Proactive Protocols in Wireless Multi-hop Networks
N. Javaid,Z. A. Khan,U. Qasim,M. A. Khan,K. Latif,A. Javaid
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Wireless Multi-hop Networks (WMhNs) provide users with the facility to communicate while moving with whatever the node speed, the node density and the number of traffic flows they want, without any unwanted delay and/or disruption. This paper contributes Linear Programming models (LP_models) for WMhNs. In WMhNs, different routing protocols are used to facilitate users demand(s). To practically examine constraints of respective LP_models over different routing techniques, we select three proactive routing protocols; Destination Sequence Distance Vector (DSDV), Fish-eye State Routing (FSR) and Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR). These protocols are simulated in two important scenarios regarding to user demands; mobilities and different network flows. To evaluate the performance, we further relate the protocols strategy effects on respective constraints in selected network scenarios.
On Energy Efficiency and Delay Minimization in Reactive Protocols in Wireless Multi-hop Networks
N. Javaid,U. Qasim,Z. A. Khan,M. A. Khan,K. Latif,A. Javaid
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: In Wireless Multi-hop Networks (WMhNs), routing protocols with energy efficient and delay reduction techniques are needed to fulfill users demands. In this paper, we present Linear Programming models (LP_models) to assess and enhance reactive routing protocols. To practically examine constraints of respective LP_models over reactive protocols, we select AODV, DSR and DYMO. It is deduced from analytical simulations of LP_models in MATLAB that quick route repair reduces routing latency and optimizations of retransmission attempts results efficient energy utilization. To provide quick repair, we enhance AODV and DSR. To practically examine the efficiency of enhanced protocols in different scenarios of WMhNs, we conduct simulations using NS- 2. From simulation results, enhanced DSR and AODV achieve efficient output by optimizing routing latencies and routing load in terms of retransmission attempts.
EAPESS: An Adaptive Transmission Scheme in Wireless Sensor Networks
Z. Abbas,N. Javaid,A. Javaid,Z. A. Khan,M. A. Khan,U. Qasim
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Reduced energy consumption in sensor nodes is one of the major challenges in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) deployment. In this regard, Error Control Coding (ECC) is one of techniques used for energy optimization in WSNs. Similarly, critical distance is another term being used for energy efficiency, when used with ECC provides better results of energy saving. In this paper three different critical distance values are used against different coding gains for sake of energy saving. If distance lies below critical distance values then particular encoders are selected with respect to their particular coding gains. Coding gains are used for critical distances estimation of all encoders. This adaptive encoder and transmit power selection scheme with respect to their coding gain results in a significant energy saving in WSNs environment. Simulations provide better results of energy saving achieved by using this adaptive scheme.
Improving Network Efficiency by Removing Energy Holes in WSNs
M. B. Rasheedl,N. Javaid,A. Javaid,M. A. Khan,S. H. Bouk,Z. A. Khan
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Cluster based Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been widely used for better performance in terms of energy efficiency. Efficient use of energy is challenging task of designing these protocols. Energy holedare created due to quickly drain the energy of a few nodes due to non-uniform distribution in the network. Normally, energy holes make the data routing failure when nodes transmit data back to the base station. We proposedEnergy-efficient HOleRemoving Mechanism (E-HORM) technique to remove energy holes. In this technique, we use sleep and awake mechanism for sensor nodes to save energy. This approach finds the maximum distance node to calculate the maximum energy for data transmission. We considered it as a threshold energy Eth. Every node first checks its energy level for data transmission. If the energy level is less than Eth, it cannot transmit data. We also explain mathematically the energy consumption and average energy saving of sensor nodes in each round. Extensive simulations showed that when use this approach for WSNs significantly helps to extend the network lifetime and stability period.
Z-SEP: Zonal-Stable Election Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
S. Faisal,N. Javaid,A. Javaid,M. A. Khan,S. H. Bouk,Z. A. Khan
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are comprised of thousands of sensor nodes, with restricted energy, that co-operate to accomplish a sensing task. Various routing Protocols are designed for transmission in WSNs. In this paper, we proposed a hybrid routing protocol: Zonal-Stable Election Protocol (Z-SEP) for heterogeneous WSNs. In this protocol, some nodes transmit data directly to base station while some use clustering technique to send data to base station as in SEP. We implemented Z-SEP and compared it with traditional Low Energy adaptive clustering hierarchy (LEACH) and SEP. Simulation results showed that Z-SEP enhanced the stability period and throughput than existing protocols like LEACH and SEP.
Investigating Quality Routing Link Metrics in Wireless Multi-hop Networks
N. Javaid,A. BiBi,A. Javaid,Z. A. Khan,K. Latif,M. Ishfaq
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, we propose a new Quality Link Metric (QLM), ``Inverse Expected Transmission Count (InvETX)'' in Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol. Then we compare performance of three existing QLMs which are based on loss probability measurements; Expected Transmission Count (ETX), Minimum Delay (MD), Minimum Loss (ML) in Static Wireless Multi-hop Networks (SWMhNs). A novel contribution of this paper is enhancement in conventional OLSR to achieve high efficiency in terms of optimized routing load and routing latency. For this purpose, first we present a mathematical framework, and then to validate this frame work, we select three performance parameters to simulate default and enhanced versions of OLSR. Three chosen performance parameters are; throughput, Normalized Routing Load and End-to-End Delay. From simulation results, we conclude that adjusting the frequencies of topological information exchange results in high efficiency.
Modeling Enhancements in DSR, FSR, OLSR under Mobility and Scalability Constraints in VANETs
N. Javaid,A. Bibi,S. H. Bouk,A. Javaid,I. Sasase
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: Frequent topological changes due to high mobility is one of the main issues in Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANETs). In this paper, we model transmission probabilities of 802.11p for VANETs and effect of these probabilities on average transmission time. To evaluate the effect of these probabilities of VANETs in routing protocols, we select Dynamic Source Routing (DSR), Fish-eye State Routing (FSR) and Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR). Framework of these protocols with respect to their packet cost is also presented in this work. A novel contribution of this work is enhancement of chosen protocols to obtain efficient behavior. Extensive simulation work is done to prove and compare the efficiency in terms of high throughput of enhanced versions with default versions of protocols in NS-2. For this comparison, we choose three performance metrics; throughput, End-to-End Delay (E2ED) and Normalized Routing Load (NRL) in different mobilities and scalabilities. Finally, we deduce that enhanced DSR (DSR-mod) outperforms other protocols by achieving 16% more packet delivery for all scalabilities and 28% more throughput in selected mobilities than original version of DSR (DSR-orig).
Analyzing Medium Access Techniques in Wireless Body Area Networks
N. Javaid,I. Israr,M. A. Khan,A. Javaid,S. H. Bouk,Z. A. Khan
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: This paper presents comparison of Access Techniques used in Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs). Comparison is performed between Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA), Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA), Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA), Pure ALOHA and Slotted ALOHA (S-ALOHA). Performance metrics used for comparison are Throughput (T), Delay (D) and Offered Load (G). The main goal for comparison is to show which technique gives highest Throughput and lowest Delay with increase in Load. Energy efficiency is major issue in WBAN that is why there is need to know which technique performs best for energy conservation and also gives minimum delay. Simulations are performed for different scenarios and results are compared for all techniques. We suggest TDMA as best technique to be used in MAC protocol for WBANs due to its high throughput and minimum delay with increase in load. MATLAB is the tool that is used for simulation.
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