Efficient load aware evolutionary routing protocol in hybrid wireless network using MOEAD/D
by A. Vinodh Kumar; S. Kaja Mohideen
International Journal of Mobile Network Design and Innovation (IJMNDI), Vol. 8, No. 4, 2018

Abstract: The hybrid wireless network has developed as a promising solution, enabling mobile customers to accomplish higher execution and access service in a consistent way free of their reality in the range of wireless local area network (WLAN). In this paper, we have proposed the load aware routing protocol for the hybrid wireless network. Hybrid networks were having the combination of several networks such as MANET and VANET. In the hybrid network generally, the data transmission is very high and hence, it is necessary to create a reliable routing protocol for avoiding delay and to increase packet delivery ratio. Thus, we have implemented the optimal algorithm of MOEAD/D, i.e., a multi objective evolutionary algorithm based on decomposition combined with Djikstra. Here the MOEAD is used to find the best router for transmitting the data packets and the Djikstra algorithm is used to find the shortest path for the router. Thus, this combination of MOEAD and Djikstra has yielded a reliable load aware routing protocol. The simulation result shows that the performance of our proposed routing protocol is better than the existing protocol.

Online publication date: Mon, 03-Sep-2018

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