IDDR Scheme for a Potential Based Multi Path Dynamic Routing Algorithm

Rompicherla Sri Ramu, Gudupudi Balaiah

Abstract


Applications running on the same (WSN) stage more often than not have diverse Quality of Service (QoS) prerequisites. Two fundamental prerequisites are low deferral and high information integrity. In any case, by and large, these two prerequisites can't be satisfied at the same time. In this work, in view of the idea of potential in material science, we propose IDDR, a multi-path dynamic routing algorithm, to determine this contention. By building a virtual half and half potential field, IDDR separates packets of uses with various QoS necessities as indicated by the weight doled out to every bundle, and courses them towards the sink through various ways to enhance the information constancy for honesty touchy applications and also decrease the end-to-end postpone for deferral delicate ones. Utilizing the Lyapunov float strategy, we demonstrate that IDDR is steady. Results comes about show that IDDR gives information respectability and delay differentiated services.


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