Queueing Theory based Multi Adapted Routing for Energy Consumption in Wireless Network
Grouping of nodes is one of the most efficient approaches for conserving energy in wireless networks. The multi-event sources in the design of gathering protocols. A Grouping Based Multi-Routing Adapted (GBMRA) formation protocol that aims to save the energy of nodes in the presence of the network. We are introducing the queueing theory based GBMRA for energy consumption in the network. Queueing theory is the proper scheduling for waiting queue lines, or queues. In queueing theory, a model assembled so that queue lengths and waiting time can stand predicted. Queueing theory considered a scheduling for energy consumption because the results often used when grouping decisions about the nodes needed to provide a service in the network. Performance evaluation results show that GBMRA improves the stability and energy conservation of the wireless networks in network commonly estimation of the highest energy level and least hop count also considered. The grouping selection also plays a significant role in finding the optimal path and conserves more energy. We have to take different parameters like as throughput, network delay, energy consumption, network density.
Author Name: S. Nazreen Begum and Dr.S. Bharathidass
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Keywords: Multi-Routing, Grouping, Scheduling, Energy Consumption, Queueing Theory.