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Intelligent Routing and Bandwidth Allocation in Wireless Networks Ioannis N. Kassabalidis, Arindam K. Das, Mohamed A. El-Sharkawi, Robert J. Marks II
 

Summary: Intelligent Routing and Bandwidth Allocation in Wireless Networks
Ioannis N. Kassabalidis, Arindam K. Das, Mohamed A. El-Sharkawi, Robert J. Marks II
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering, Box 352500, Seattle, WA 98195
{ikas,arindam,melshark,marks}@ee.washington.edu
Payman Arabshahi, Andrew A. Gray
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 4800 Oak Grove Dr., MS 238-343, Pasadena, CA 91109
{payman,gray}@jpl.nasa.gov
Abstract Sensor networks and satellite constellations face a
number of challenges for reliable and robust communications.
Increasingly heterogeneous nodes and a multitude of new
emerging Earth science applications put additional restrictions
on throughput and delay requirements. These problems are
further aggravated by energy and bandwidth constraints on
the network nodes. Quality of service and performance of such
wireless networks, in the presence of such issues, are greatly
affected by network routing and bandwidth allocation. We
propose a new class of routing algorithms based on principles
of biological swarms, which have the potential to address these
problems in an autonomous and intelligent fashion. Such
swarm-based algorithms adapt well to dynamic topologies,

  

Source: Arabshahi, Payman - Applied Physics Laboratory & Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Engineering