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Multipoint Relays Selection Through Spatial Relation Expiration Time in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

  • Ayoub AbdellaouiEmail author
  • Jamal Elmhamd
  • Halim Berradi
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Intelligent Transportation and Infrastructure book series (LNITI)

Abstract

To generate smart cities and to make it as future Internet, all physical and virtual objects around us must be able of communicating and connecting with each other. Wireless communication in Smart cities network has a scalability, stability and reachability limitations in terms of manageable network aptitude. This is due to the unpredictability of the environments that these communications act through. Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) introduced new opportunities for network aptitude and capability for smart cities and environments due to the easy implementation, to the fastest and the well-organized way to create communications. Conversely, the mobility of nodes during routing is still challenging in such mobile environments. To tolerate the instantaneous adaptation of the integration and the exploitation of MANETs in smart city environments, an original solution has been suggested. The solution, is a new mechanism to determine stable connected multipoint relay based on the spatial relation expiration time. The author explored the Spatial Relation Expiration Time (SRET) in MANETs using the spatial dependency between the neighbors. Spatial Relation Expiration Time is used to predict the remaining time that this spatial relation is available. The objective is to decrease principal effects that lead to more delay, more lost packets and more disconnecting of the network due to the unpredictable environment for smart city networks. The proposal has been evaluated by NS3 simulator and it confirmed good results for OLSR protocol.

Keywords

Smart cities Manets Multipoint relay Spatial relation NS3 simulator 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratory LRGEERIT Team, ENSET, Mohamed V UniversityRabatMorocco
  2. 2.Laboratory SIMEM3s Team, ENSIAS, Mohamed V UniversityRabatMorocco

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