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Topology and Routing in Computational Capacity Evaluation of Ad hoc Networks


Mili Trivedi, S. K. Shriwastava, P. K. Purohit


Vol. 9  No. 9  pp. 50-58


The Ad hoc networks are the wireless networks where the communication takes place through the different nodes. For example, in mobile Ad hoc network, the data is transmitted and received through the different mobile nodes. Other example may include the laptops, smart homes etc. Main issue in the Ad hoc network is the life time of batteries which are used by the different nodes. Battery life depends on the amount of information transmission and number of hops. For optimal use of battery life, different data routing algorithms are reported in literature. This paper basically presents the brief overview of the computational capacity maximization approaches and also summarizes the critical analysis of the existing routing protocols. In addition, this paper discusses the topology related issues. In general, the nodes are deployed randomly and most of the routing protocols refer this topology. The geometrical topology is also discussed in this paper to design the routing algorithm. With the consideration of mobility of nodes, one can design the routing algorithm where once the nodes location geometry shape is identified, the same shape can be used for the changed position of the nodes with deletion or insertion of nodes.


Ad hoc network, Computational capacity, Routing protocols, Static and dynamic routing, Network topology