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Sourendra Sinha and Zenon Chaczko

Socionomic Modelling in Wireless Sensor Networks

The performance and efficiency of a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is typically subject to techniques used in data routing, clustering, and localization. Being primarily driven by resource constraints, a Socionomic model has been formulated to optimize resource usage and boost collaboration among sensor nodes. In this paper, we present several experimental results to ascertain the underlying philosophy of the Socionomic model for improving network lifetime of resource constrained devices - such as, sensor nodes.

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Emansa Hasri Putra, Risanuri Hidayat, Widyawan and I Wayan Mustika

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Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks (WMSNs) advances can route multimedia applications from source nodes to a sink. However, they require energy efficiency and network lifetime due to limited power resources in the sensor nodes. This paper proposes an energy-efficient routing optimization for multimedia transmission in WMSNs. The optimization utilizes a routing algorithm based on the dynamic programming. The routing optimization algorithm selects intermediary nodes which have minimum energy above 60%. Then, the priority selection of paths immediately finds neighboring nodes which have the greatest energy minimum. If there is the same minimum energy between the neighboring nodes, then the second priority selection is based on smaller link cost.

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Abdelkabir Sahnoun, Ahmed Habbani and Jamal El Abbadi

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In Mobile Ad-hoc Networks, nodes exchange packets with each other using intermediate nodes as relays. Since nodes in MANETs are battery powered, energy conservation is a crucial issue. Accepting relay all request may not be in the best interest of a node. But if many nodes prefer not to consume energy in relaying packets on behalf of others, the overall performance of routing in network will be influenced. In this paper we address the energy-efficient routing problem in MANETs with selfish nodes. We modeled this problem as a game-theoretic constraint optimization; we defined the utility of each node as a weighted difference between a performance metric and some transmission costs. A motivate mechanism is proposed in order to induce nodes to forwarding cooperation. Each node independently implements the optimal equilibrium strategy under the given constraints. Simulation results by NS3 simulator show that our proposed approach can improve system performance in network lifetime and packet delivery ratio.

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Mohammad Yanuar H, Risanuri Hidayat and Eka Firmansyah

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A. Belousov, Y. Koshlich, A. Grebenik and O. Paraschuk

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