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Flexible Disjoint Multipath Routing Protocol Using Local Decision in Wireless Sensor Networks
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Flexible Disjoint Multipath Routing Protocol Using Local Decision in Wireless Sensor Networks
Jung, Kwansoo; Yeom, Heegyun; Park, Hosung; Lee, Jeongcheol; Kim, Sang-Ha;
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 Abstract
Multipath routing is one of challenging issues for improving the reliability of end-to-end data delivery in wireless sensor networks. Recently, a disjointedness and management of path have been studying to enhance the robustness and efficiency of the multipath routing. However, previous multipath routing protocols exploit the disjointed multipath construction method that is not to consider the wireless communication environment. In addition, if a path failures is occurred due to the node or link failures in the irregular network environment, they maintain the multipath through the simple method that to construct a new extra path. Even some of them have no a method. In order to cope with the insufficiency of path management, a hole detouring scheme, to bypass the failures area and construct the new paths, was proposed. However, it also has the problem that requires a heavy cost and a delivery suspension to the some or all paths in the hole detouring process due to the centralized and inflexible path management. Due to these limitations and problems, the previous protocols may lead to the degradation of data delivery reliability and the long delay of emergency data delivery. Thus, we propose a flexible disjoint multipath routing protocol which constructs the radio disjoint multipath by considering irregular and constrained wireless sensor networks. It also exploits a localized management based on the path priority in order to efficiently maintain the flexible disjoint multipath. We perform the simulation to evaluate the performance of the proposed method.
 Keywords
Wireless sensor networks;Disjoint multipath routing;Local decision;Hole detouring;
 Language
Korean
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