Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2017
Author(s) : M. KALEEM GALAMALI, NAWAZ MOHAMUDALLY
Location-tracking, ubicomp functionalities and MANET transmission strategies are subject to quite promising research [36-72]. It still remains a fact that the area of modelling in ubicomp to assess predictability features is at its beginning stages. The sub-field of energy management is especially important since in present technology level, battery power is still considered constrained. Previously, a research was carried out to quantify and model the maximum ratio of energy consumption (Max_R) recordable for a CBR gauged against the energy consumed by the sender, for node densities of 7 until 56. The corresponding model was observed to be linear previous to the peak value and decreasing exponential as from the peak value onwards. In this paper, the next milestone of probing is put forward as: “What are the trends of variation observable within each parameter of the equations of curves obtained for metric Max_R  over varying node densities?”. Studying the behaviour of components of applicable models for metric Max_R and accordingly model the behaviour of each component mathematically is of paramount importance since it will involve tremendous efforts and discord resolution among various researchers. The outcome put forward will assist designers towards better understanding of ubicomp and provision hardware and algorithmic tactics into ubicomp architecture for enhanced energy management. This paper is a follow-up of previous research [1-35].