Seventh International Conference On Advances in Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technology - CEET 2017
Author(s) : M. KALEEM GALAMALI, NAWAZ MOHAMUDALLY
Research concerning location-tracking, MANET transmission and location-aware transmission for ubicomp [1-50]. Nevertheless, the fruitful merging of these fields still has a long way ahead. One determinant factor over which such merging will be based is correct protocols design methodologies, which are currently claimed to be heuristic in nature  and hence are ill-suited for implementation. Refinements are also looked forward to, as concerns middleware services and architecture [89, 90]. A more advanced objective in this direction of developments is arriving at “realism” in design and evaluation of wireless routing protocols . Such kinds of research will also yield more usable components for predictability in ubicomp. “Realism” is tediously wide scope since it encrusts into each feature related to ubicomp. Such a feature was investigated in a prior paper  to assess the trend of Minimum Energy Consumption Ratio (Min_R) recordable for a CBR under different sets of node densities in ubicomp environments. This study was reinforced by the corresponding study of trends for each Min_R parameter of equations . To consolidate realism in knowledge of these trends, in this paper, the next investigation required is framed as: “ What are observable critical values in Min_R trends over varying node densities and trends of such critical values?” Such knowledge will steadily lead to the design of more realistic ubicomp scenarios which are better suited for advanced testing of newly designed middleware components and communication protocols. This paper is a follow-up of previous investigations [1-50].