QoS aware multicasting using the enhanced differential evolution cuckoo search routing protocol in MANET
by Meeniga Vijayalakshmi; Duggirala Srinivasa Rao
International Journal of Mobile Network Design and Innovation (IJMNDI), Vol. 8, No. 4, 2018

Abstract: Mobile ad hoc network contains small infrastructure and easy communication by the aid of self configuring network. The multicasting is one of the significant elements which are used to convey the similar data from one basis to numerous targets. So, it encompasses a variety of troubles whereas conveying data such as node failure, delay, high energy utilisation, and so on. Therefore, we proposed an enhanced differential evolution cuckoo search routing protocol (EDE-CS) to construct the consistent communication in multicasting. This multicasting network is the mixture of two optimisation algorithms such as differential evolution and cuckoo search optimisation algorithm. The clustering is involved in our method for reliable transmission of packet using differential evolution algorithm and the cuckoo search found the best route path on transmitting the messages efficiently. The NS2 is a simulation tool which gives the consequence of our proposed method by comparing with the existing protocol. Therefore, it obviously illustrates that the proposed protocol of EDE-CS gives more effectiveness when compared with other existing protocols.

Online publication date: Mon, 03-Sep-2018

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