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Title: Cognitive network layer in MANETs mobility aware routing protocol
Authors: Zakeerhusen, A.G.
Kiran, M.
Ram Mohana Reddy, Guddeti
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Communications in Computer and Information Science, 2012, Vol.292 CCIS, , pp.84-92
Abstract: It is intended to add cognition to make cognitive network layer in order to design and develop Quality of Service (QoS) aware adaptive routing protocol in Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANETs). QoS-aware routing is challenging as nodes in the network are free to move, the topology will be changing dynamically. Performance of AODV will be less when nodes in the network are highly mobile. In this paper, Mobility Aware Routing Protocol (MARP) model is proposed to extract a core part in MANET that is stable in terms of mobility of the nodes. This core part is a subset of MANET mobile nodes through which transmission will be done. Here selection of paths through this extracted core can ensure more QoS in time. The MARP model not only provides a better way to discover a QoS but it considers an efficient route maintenance scheme by selecting the route which has more stability as source is having knowledge about other available paths. Since MARP is multipath routing protocol, route maintenance is easy and it robust. By simulation MARP show better performance over existing AODV-on demand routing protocol. � 2012 Springer-Verlag.
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