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Routing for network capacity maximization in energy-constrained ad-hoc networks

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4 Author(s)
Kar, K. ; ECSE Dept., Rensselaer Polytech. Inst., Troy, NY, USA ; Kodialam, M. ; Lakshman, T.V. ; Tassiulas, L.

A new algorithm for routing of messages in ad-hoc networks where the nodes are energy-constrained is presented. The routing objective is to maximize the total number of messages that can be successfully sent over the network without knowing any information regarding future message arrivals or message generation rates. From a theoretical perspective, we show that if admission control of messages is permitted, then the worst-case performance of our algorithm is within a factor of O(log(network size)) of the best achievable solution. In other words, our algorithm achieves a logarithmic competitive ratio. Our approach provides sound theoretical backing for several observations that have been made by previous researchers. From a practical perspective, we show by extensive simulations that the performance of the algorithm is very good even in the absence of admission control (the admission control being necessary only to prove the competitive ratio result), and that it also performs better than previously proposed algorithms for other suggested metrics such as network lifetime maximization. Our algorithm uses a single shortest path computation, and is amenable to efficient implementation. We also evaluate by simulations the performance impact of inexact knowledge of residual battery energy, and the impact of energy drain due to dissemination of residual energy information.

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INFOCOM 2003. Twenty-Second Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications. IEEE Societies  (Volume:1 )

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30 March-3 April 2003