Main Reference PaperBackpressure Delay Enhancement for Encounter-Based Mobile Networks While Sustaining Throughput Optimalitys, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, April 2016 [NS2].
  • The proposed backpressure with adaptive redundancy (BWAR), approach is robust, distributed, and does not require any prior knowledge of network load conditions. BWAR removes redundant packets via a timeout mechanism, and optimizes energy usage.

+ Description
  • The proposed backpressure with adaptive redundancy (BWAR), approach is robust, distributed, and does not require any prior knowledge of network load conditions. BWAR removes redundant packets via a timeout mechanism, and optimizes energy usage.

  • To design, highly robust and distributed BWAR .

  • To improve the throughput and reduce the delay.

+ Aim & Objectives
  • To design, highly robust and distributed BWAR .

  • To improve the throughput and reduce the delay.

  • The technique is contributed to automate self-configuration of the timeout parameter for duplicate removal through a distributed mechanism.

+ Contribution
  • The technique is contributed to automate self-configuration of the timeout parameter for duplicate removal through a distributed mechanism.

  • OS: Windows 7 (Cygwin) /Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.

  • Simulator: NS 2.35, Language: TCL and AWK script, (C++).

+ Software Tools & Technologies
  • OS: Windows 7 (Cygwin) /Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.

  • Simulator: NS 2.35, Language: TCL and AWK script, (C++).

  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

+ Project Recommended For
  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

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