An Optimization to Routing Approach Under WBAN Architectural Constraints

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 385)

Abstract

WBAN is having its significance in various application areas but the most critical dedicated application is to monitor the medical patient. WBAN is a specialized network with data level, node level criticalities. In this work, an optimization to the routing approach under architectural constraints is defined. The work has analyzed various node level, data level and communication level criticalities. The paper has defined a route optimization algorithm under these critical vectors. The work is here analyzed in terms of network life and energy consumption over the network. The experimentation is provided with real time constraints and the obtained results shows that the presented work has improved the network life.

Keywords

WBAN Architecture Real time Medical patient 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Mody University of Science and TechnologyLaxmangarhIndia

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