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BF2 VHDR based dynamic routing with hydrodynamics for QoS development in WSN

1 Department of Information Technology, Sona College of Technology, Salem-636005
2 Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Sona College of Technology, Salem-636005

Special Issues: IoT and Big Data for Public Health

The Hydrodynamic characteristics has been considered for routing in Wireless Sensor Networks by various researchers and presented several methods. The flow and friction based routing approaches would produces sustainable results but would not improve the QoS. To improve the performance of F2VHDR (Flow –Flow-Friction-Velocity Based Hydro Dynamic Routing), this paper present BF2VHDR (Back Flow –Flow-Friction-Velocity Based Hydro Dynamic Routing) algorithm. The F2VHDR method misses the back flow of packets due to route failure or higher traffic conditions which affects the service performance. As a solution to this, the BF2VHDR algorithm is presented. The proposed BF2VHDR approach monitors the flow in both the sides of the route. The back flow occurs when it exist a route failure and higher traffic. Also, it may occur when the routing protocol of the other nodes would choose the reverse route as a best way to reach the same destination. Monitoring the back flow, general route flow, friction by traffic and velocity measures, the proposed method computes backward hydrology routing weight and forward hydrology routing weight. Using both the measures, the proposed method computes a route support weight for each route which has been used to perform route selection. The proposed approach improves the performance of throughput and increases the lifetime of the sensor nodes.
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Keywords hydrodynamics; WSN; dynamic routing; BF2 VHDR; QoS

Citation: Suresh Y, Kalaivani T, Senthilkumar J, Mohanraj V. BF2 VHDR based dynamic routing with hydrodynamics for QoS development in WSN. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 2020, 17(1): 930-947. doi: 10.3934/mbe.2020050

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