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Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2017

Trend Analyses of Parameters of Equations for Overall Fairness Ratio Achievable in Ubicomp MANETs Using Location-Aware Transmission.

Author(s) : M. KALEEM GALAMALI, NAWAZ MOHAMUDALLY

Abstract

The fields of location-tracking, ubicomp functionalities and MANET transmission strategies are prone to quite a lot of productive research [37-73]. It still remains unrefutable that the engineering portion of modelling in ubicomp to scrutinise predictability properties is at its inception phases. The sub-portion of energy management is distinctively important since in present technology, battery power is still considered constrained. Formerly, an investigation was conducted to quantify and model the Overall Fairness Ratio (OFR) of energy consumption recordable for CBRs for node densities of 7 until 56. The corresponding model was observed to be a combination of exponentially and linearly increasing tendencies. In this paper, the next milestone of investigation is expressed as: “What are the trends of variation observable within each parameter of the equations of curves obtained for metric OFR [21] over varying node densities?”. Studying the demeanor of constituents of applicable models for metric OFR and successively model the observed behaviour of each constituent mathematically is very consequent as it necessitates huge efforts and disagreement resolution among researchers. The results put forward will aid designers towards more profitable understanding of ubicomp and prepare hardware and algorithmic support for ubicomp architecture. This paper is a follow-up of previous research [1-36].

Conference Title : Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2017
Conference Date(s) : 25-26 February 2017
Place : Hotel Lebua at State Tower, Bangkok, Thailand
No fo Author(s) : 2
DOI : 10.15224/978-1-63248-117-7-01
Page(s) : 1 - 5
Electronic ISBN : 978-1-63248-117-7
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