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Tygosida Thus, the less the clusters and control messages exchange, the less the network overhead. Thus, an efficient clustering algorithm must maintain a more stable and less overlapping structure. So, node leaves from the transmission range of node need to track the segment. Prottocol not, node 1 must send data packet to node 5 relayed by the cluster head i. Once the initial clustering phrase takes place, cluster heads and cluster members must exchange message to maintain the relationship periodically. For example, in Figure 6source node 1 has an original route to destination 10 i.

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Tygosida Thus, the less the clusters and control messages exchange, the less the network overhead. Thus, an efficient clustering algorithm must maintain a more stable and less overlapping structure.

So, node leaves from the transmission range of node need to track the segment. Prottocol not, node 1 must send data packet to node 5 relayed by the cluster head i.

Once the initial clustering phrase takes place, cluster heads and cluster members must exchange message to maintain the relationship periodically. For example, in Figure 6source node 1 has an original route to destination 10 i. It can operate without fixed based station or any wireless backbone infrastructure.

It is due to the bigger speed leading to more frequent topology changes and hence more broken links or unreachable downstream nodes appear.

This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licensewhich permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The CGSR lies under table driven or proactive csr based progocol routing information update mechanism. When topology changes, we can deal with it according to the three cases as follows. This indicates the reliability of the network. View at Google Scholar M. In this way, it can reduce the cluster head change rate, and the ripple effects caused by reclustering can be ignored.

Figure 1 depicts the approaching and receding scenario of nodes and. Each cluster elects a cluster head according to specific rules. From Figure 13it can be seen that with the speed growing up, the packet acceptance ratio of all the schemes is going down. As a result, it will cost much time in routing maintenance. A mobile ad hoc network MANET [ 12 ] is a wireless communication network, at which nodes use peer-to-peer packets transmission and multihop routes to communication. As a result of it, the cluster head holding time is decreased.

For example, in Figure 5source node 1 wants to send data to destination 9. This indicates that the HCA performs more stability when the density of nodes increases. From Figure 12it can be seen that the HCA-R protocol outperforms others as it uses proactive protocol between nodes within individual clusters and reactive protocol between clusters and hence restricts the flooding area effectively. Simulation results show that the proposed clustering algorithm and hierarchical routing protocol provide superior performance with several advantages over existing clustering algorithm and routing protocol, respectively.

When the link between gateway nodes 5 and 6 is broken, gateway node 5 will send a BROKEN message to its attached cluster head 3 to launch the local repairing process. Abstract The dynamic topology of a mobile ad hoc network poses a real challenge in the design of hierarchical protlcol protocol, which combines proactive with reactive routing protocols and takes advantages of both.

Subscribe cbsr Table of Contents Alerts. Indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded. If the source and destination are in the same cluster, the data packet can be transmitted directly or relayed by cluster head. For example, in Figure 4source node 1 and destination 5 are in the same cluster. Normalized routing overhead is the ratio of the total number of control message transmissions the forwarding of a control message at each hop is counted as one control transmission to the total number of data packets received, which indicates the efficiency of the routing protocol.

In Figure 1 athere are two equations: Packet acceptance ratio is the ratio of the received data packet number at source to the sent data packet number at destination. A cluster member would dissociate from the attached cluster, if it does not hear periodic broadcast from its cluster head. In this way, it can reduce the probability of cluster overlapping. Hence the routing overhead will be decreased. ZRP Zone Routing Protocol [ 11 ] is typical hybrid routing, which groups nodes into geographic zones.

Here, we set the initial value of and to andrespectively, and adjusted them adaptively according to real-life network. According to the topology of networks, routing protocols can be classified into flat-based routing and hierarchical-based routing [ 56 ].

Prior to the cluster initialization, all nodes are in the state of NULL. Therefore, the packet acceptance ratio of HCA-R is the highest. Upon receiving, the neighbors will send RTJ request to join message to the cluster protlcol, and cluster head will send ATJ affirm to join back when agreeing. The above three routings have a similar shortcoming; namely, routing maintenance will consume a large portion of bandwidth and even may paralyze the network, when the traffic is too large.

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Arashile View at Google Scholar J. View at Google Scholar M. Hence, MANETs bear great application potential portocol these scenarios, including battlefield communications, emergency operation, disaster relief, survival search, and sensor dust. Abstract The dynamic topology of a mobile ad hoc network poses a real challenge in the design of hierarchical routing protocol, which combines proactive with reactive routing protocols and takes advantages of both. Thus, protofol 1 gets the shortest route to node 9 i. The analysis of Figure 1 b is similar to Figure 1 aso where the definition of and is the same as 1,and.

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Digor In a word, hierarchical-based routing not only plays down the network cger by decreasing the number of nodes which participate in routing maintenance, but also increases the network stability by dividing the network into easily controlled subnets. From Figure 12it can be seen that the HCA-R protocol outperforms others as it uses proactive protocol between prtocol within individual clusters and reactive protocol between clusters and hence restricts the flooding area effectively. Table of Contents Alerts. Meanwhile, a CLEAR message will be forwarded to the source cgxr which originates the packets to notify the change.

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