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An adaptive control algorithm in intelligent home networks

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3 Author(s)
Kaouthar Sethom Ben Reguiga ; ESTI, Ecole Superieure des Technologies et d'Informatique de Tunis ; Nadjib Aitsaadi ; Guy Pujolle

The home environment becomes ready to host distributed devices dynamically adapting to service availability and reacting to user location and user activity. Sensors, high definition rendering systems, home gateways, wired and wireless controllable equipments are now available. Many protocols enable connectivity and interaction between devices. However, some challenges remain such as a smart routing protocol. In this paper, we propose an adaptive control algorithm for intelligent routing inside home. Our work is divided on two parts: first, we try to adjust Access router routing zone radius dynamically via a fuzzy inference system for load balancing. Then an energy efficient algorithm to find and maintain routes is proposed.

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2009 First International Conference on Communications and Networking

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3-6 Nov. 2009