The Effect of the Multi-Objective Dynamic Metric on the QoS and the Energy in Networks Manets

N. Lakki, Jawad Oubaha, A. Ouacha, A. Habbani, J. El Abbadi


The first aim of this article is to find a Intelligent parameter which is based on mobility and Clustering. This metric  will be integrate in the selection process of MPRs to improve QoS in Manets networks. The unpredictable mobility and the large quantity of generated traffic by each node interface make communication in network increasingly difficult to manage. Thus, routing protocols need to be adapted to such conditions. In order to make OLSR protocol more robust, piercing and more adaptable to the conditions dictated by the environment of each node, this work proposes a polymorphic metric that changes depending on the network behavior. This metric aims to make the OLSR protocol best suited to each zone. The second objective of this article is to know the behavior of the new OLSR protocol version (SPEED OLSR) in environments with high mobility (pause time = 0).

To know the effectivity of the speed of the parameters have several criteria. Many simulations would be undergone by NS2 to test and prove the validity of this new metric in environments with high mobility and quantity of traffic


Ad Hoc Network, Routing, OLSR, QoS

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International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT (iJES) – eISSN: 2197-8581
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