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Exploiting Cross-layer Information to Improve Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
|關鍵字:||mobile ad hoc networks|
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在這篇論文中，我們提出一個改善DSR路由協定的方法，稱之為DSR-CI(DSR based on Cross-layer Information)，主要是利用動態網路資訊(Cross-layer information)的概念，透過physical layer和data link layer偵測到所有行動隨意網路中常見的異常狀態，像是channel error、disconnection、buffer overflow和link-layer contention，然後將這些偵測到的狀態資訊提供給路由協定，使得路由協定可以做出適當的處理，進而改善整體的效能。
Compared with traditional wired networks, mobile ad hoc networks is extremely complex. For example, in addition to buffer overflow, there are other factors that may cause packet losses. As a result, these packet losses would cause the DSR to misjudge that the path is broken and invoke the route recovery procedure to find a new path to the destination. Consequently, in this thesis, we propose a new routing scheme called DSR-CI (DSR based on Cross-layer Information) to improve the performance of DSR routing protocol, DSR-CI utilizes the concept of cross-layer optimization. Firstly, it detects all abnormal state, such as channel error, disconnection, buffer overflow and link-layer contention in mobile ad hoc networks through the physical layer and data link layer. Then, the detected state information is passed to the network layer so that the routing protocol can take the appropriate response to each state to improve the overall performance. As can be seen from the simulation results, no matter in the static chain and cross topology, or in mobile dynamic topology, DSR-CI can effectively increase the goodput of TCP and reduce the TCP transmission latency.
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