SGMRP-Utilizing a Mobile Ad Hoc Network to Develop a Scalable Geographic Multicast Routing Protocol for Localization
Keywords:Scalable Geographic Multicast Routing Protocol (SGMRP); Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs); GPS; localization; multicast routing;
Group’s communications using Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) have recently drawn a lot of interest. Information is delivered to a group of receivers simultaneously through a process known as multipath. Therefore, to enable team communication activities, an effective and efficient multipath routing protocol is essential. Enhancing multicast routing has been the subject of numerous initiatives. However, they don't account for scalability. A scalable geographic multicast routing protocol was proposed in this research (SGMRP). This protocol's primary goal is to create a compact, adaptable multipath routing strategy that works regardless of the number of broadcast participants or the magnitude of the network. Using a prediction model and cross-validation techniques, the model performance evaluation tool assesses model effectiveness. The satisfaction with the service was also evaluated using a question. In addition to reducing the number of participating nodes in localization, the proposed method also gets rid of duplicate packets between clusters. The article introduces the framework's fundamental idea, details its transparent implementations, and finishes with a preliminary assessment of the framework based on typical mobile software kinds.
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