Comparative of Delay Tolerant Network Routings and Scheduling using Max-Weight, Back Pressure and ACO

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S. Sindhupiriyaa, Dr. D. Maruthanayagam

Abstract

Network management and Routing is supportively done by performing with the nodes, due to infrastructure-less nature of the network in Ad hoc networks or MANET. The nodes are maintained itself from the functioning of the network, for that reason the MANET security challenges several defects. Routing process and Scheduling is a significant idea to enhance the security in MANET. Other than, scheduling has been recognized to be a key issue for implementing throughput/capacity optimization in Ad hoc networks. Designed underneath conventional (LT) light tailed assumptions, traffic fundamentally faces Heavy-tailed (HT) assumption of the validity of scheduling algorithms. Scheduling policies are utilized for communication networks such as Max-Weight, backpressure and ACO, which are provably throughput optimality and the Pareto frontier of the feasible throughput region under maximal throughput vector. In wireless ad-hoc network, the issue of routing and optimal scheduling performs with time varying channel reliability and multiple traffic streams. Depending upon the security issues within MANETs in this paper presents a comparative analysis of existing scheduling policies based on their performance to progress the delay performance in most scenarios. The security issues of MANETs considered from this paper presents a relative analysis of existing scheduling policies depend on their performance to progress the delay performance in most developments.

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, S. S. D. D. M. “Comparative of Delay Tolerant Network Routings and Scheduling Using Max-Weight, Back Pressure and ACO”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 6, no. 7, July 2018, pp. 78-85, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v6i7.1687.
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