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Three-dimensional route prediction algorithm based on minimal available information in wireless ad hoc sensor networks

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2 Author(s)
Atabak Mohsen Nejad ; PN University of Tehran, Iran ; Seyed Mohammad Shobeiri

In this paper we propose a three dimensional algorithm for the optimum route prediction based on minimal available information, as we have no information from node position, velocity and velocity change also transmission power. The algorithm holds capabilities to finds a proactive route prediction in wireless sensor networks and predicts link lifetime capable to capturing the remaining time for which a link can be used for efficiently routing, therefore intended to be used for optimized route construction with consideration to predict longest living link lifetime between two nodes, without adaptation of specific mobility model. We present an adaptive route prediction algorithm that accurately predicts the longest living link between nodes in wireless sensor network, as algorithm gets input from a periodically sampled data that gathered in a noisy range of two nodes of a link.

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Wireless Sensor Systems (WSS 2012), IET Conference on

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18-19 June 2012