Category Archive: 'M.E NETWORK PROJECTS OMNET++'

A Potential-Game Approach for Information-Maximizing Cooperative Planning of Sensor Networks

This paper presents a potential-game approach for distributed cooperative selection of informative sensors, when the goal is to maximize the mutual information between the measurement variables and the quantities of interest. It is proved that a local utility function defined by the conditional mutual information of an agent conditioned on the other agents’ sensing decisions […]

BaProbSDN: A probabilistic-based QoS routing mechanism for Software Defined Networks

Over the past decade there has been an exponential increase in the Internet traffic especially with the proliferation of cloud computing and other distributed data services. This explosion of data traffic with its dynamically changing traffic patterns and flows might result in degradation of the network performance. In this context, there is a need for […]

Swarm and Classical Based Routing Schemes in Wireless Sensor Network

The wireless Sensor Network is basically an application specific network. It is not possible to generalize an optimal solution for the WSN problems. It totally depends upon application selection and resource availability. Since in WSN a large no of sensor nodes are deployed so each sensor behaves as receptor and forwarder for the data from […]

A Supervisory Load-Leveling Approach to Improve the Voltage Profile in Distribution Network

This paper suggests a supervisory control for storage units to provide load leveling in distribution networks. This approach coordinates storage units to charge during high generation and discharge during peak load times, while utilized to improve the network voltage profile indirectly. The aim of this control strategy is to establish power sharing on a pro […]

Energy-aware Group LBS using D2D Offloading and M2M-based Mobile Proxy Handoff Mechanisms over the Mobile Converged Networks

Since smart phones are always equipped with both cellular and Wi-Fi interfaces, this paper exploits the feasibility of the Wi-Fi based Device-to-Device (D2D) offloading mechanism to reduce cellular traffic. In our group LBS scenario, a group of users travel outdoors together and utilize their smart phones to form a mobile converged network, which is composed […]