Target-Controlled Packet Forecast and Communication in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

  • S. AmbareeshEmail author
  • A. Neela Madheswari
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 808)


The two main factors which are vital in present multimedia applications are Target-controlled packet forecast and communication. The degradation of Quality of Service (QoS) is because the packets miss their targets and become useless and are often dropped. As the consumption of real-time hypermedia applications and Internet of Things (IoT) has grown into more, multimedia data communication is a key cause to endorse the QoS of citizens. To accomplish the QoS prerequisite in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks (WMSNs) the mixture of multiple communication methods is stimulated for packet sending, counting Conventional Network Coding (CNC), Analog Network Coding (ANC), Plain Routing (PR) and Direct Broadcast (i.e., No-Relaying, NR). The combination and integration of communication methods lowers packet falling probability, but complicates the packet transferring and forecast process instead. Hence, an exhaustive search scheme is introduced to get the optimal forecast sequence and equivalent communication method for target constrained multimedia broadcasts in WMSNs. With respect to promote computing proficiency for the formulated problem, two heuristic methods based on Markov chain approximation and dynamic graph is proposed.


Quality of service Target constrained packet scheduling and transmission Wireless multimedia sensor networks 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CSEAnna UniversityChennaiIndia
  2. 2.CSEMahendra Engineering CollegeMallasamudramIndia

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