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|Title:||Network performance optimization using odd and even routing algorithm for pipeline network|
|Keywords:||Linear topology;Pipeline network;Static routing;TCP performance;Static wireless sensor network|
|Citation:||Conference Proceedings of 8th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference, CEEC 2016, Colchester, UK, 28-30 September 2016, pp. 118 - 123, (2017)|
|Abstract:||The revolution on static wireless sensor network (WSN) had gained popularity in remote monitoring especially in oil and gas pipeline integrity. The use of WSN in oil and gas pipelines facilitates real-time data transmission from sensors to the monitoring station located miles away. WSN for pipeline network are critical performance driven communication mechanism due to its unique linear geographical set up. The network performance of linear topology is compromised proportionally to the number of nodes. Such a drawback results in poor delivery ratio, throughput, latency and fairness due to its snowball effect towards the destination node. In this paper, we proposed a novel routing method, Odd-Even Linear Static Routing Path (OE-LSRP) to achieve significant improvements in overall network performance in TCP agent. Various simulation experiments are tested with OE-LSRP in accordance to IEEE 802.11 standard to achieve results in making it feasible for the pipeline network.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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