Process Mining Approach for Traffic Analysis in Wireless Mesh Networks
Short-time traffic flow prediction in particular systems will expedite discovering of an optimal path for packet transmitting in dynamic wireless networks. The main goal is to predict traffic overload while changing a network topology. Machine learning techniques and process mining can help analyze traffic produced by several moving nodes. Several related approaches are observed. Research framework structure is presented. The idea of process mining approach is proposed.
KeywordsWireless mesh networks adaptive routing process mining traffic hotspots power aware metric
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