Network connectivity is the critical issue in the internet of things. Due to the node mobility and randomly deployed nodes, the performance of the mobile ad hoc network may reduce the performance improvement. By using the proposed software-based heuristic clustered (SBHC) technique, can increase the performance of the mobile ad hoc network. This proposed SBHC technique can involve in three different stages such as clustering formation, software-based clustering, and heuristic clustered routing protocol. In clustering formation, cluster head will be selected based on the weighted clustering algorithm. Software-based clustering assigns the task scheduling and avoid the node failure. Heuristic clustering routing protocol is used to create the routing path between the cluster head, gateway and cluster members. This proposed SBHC technique, increases the network performance by using the quality of service parameters that was shown in the simulation results.
Wireless Personal Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 11, 2017
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