Dominant Multipoint Relaying Method for Efficient Proactive Routing Schema.

TitreDominant Multipoint Relaying Method for Efficient Proactive Routing Schema.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsBachir, B, Ahmed, H, Zouhair, G
JournalAdhoc & Sensor Wireless Networks
Pagination321 - 338
Mots-clésAd hoc networks (Computer networks), Broadcast storm, Data packets & packeting, mobile ad hoc network, Multipoint distribution service, Multipoint relaying, neighbor knowledge broadcast, proactive routing, Routing (Computer network management), Self-organizing systems

The performance of proactive routing protocol in the context of mobile ad hoc networks (MANET) depends on broadcasting schemas. They are essential to build up an efficient topology knowledge which is required to compute valid routes to any destination inside network. In this paper, we focus on neighbor knowledge broadcasting especially on multipoint relaying concept. We have modeled the problem of multipoint relaying nodes selection as a set cover problem and customized the domain of feasible solution and the target set to be covered based on greedy approach and neighborhood relation. To assess the performance of our proposal referred as Enhanced Dominating Multipoint Relaying (EDMPR) method we have implemented it in the context of OLSR. Our findings suggest that the proposed method enables broadcasting signaling packets (i.e. topology messages) packets in a faster manner with a reduced number of broadcasting nodes. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]




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