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“…In the route path selection decision of AODV routing protocol (Perkins, 1999;Murthy and Manoj, 2004;Khimsara et al, 2009;Fahad and Ali, 2010) based on only hop count metric. The route path is also influenced by other variable like delay, energy, congestion etc.…”
Section: Route Selection Metricsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the route path selection decision of AODV routing protocol (Perkins, 1999;Murthy and Manoj, 2004;Khimsara et al, 2009;Fahad and Ali, 2010) based on only hop count metric. The route path is also influenced by other variable like delay, energy, congestion etc.…”
Section: Route Selection Metricsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In AOMDV, the propagation of RREQs from a source to a destination via intermediate nodes is used to establish multiple reverse routes. The propagation of RREPs from a destination to a source via intermediate nodes is used to establish multiple forward routes and the flooding of HELLO packets between nodes used mainly to obtain local link connectivity after route establishment [10]. Every node locally updates its routing table upon receiving HELLO packets, called Local Path Update (LPU).…”
Section: Overview Of Aomdv Ommre-aomdv and Lr-ee-aomdv Routingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Khimsara et al [26] proposed adaptive multi-metric on-demand multipath distance vector routing (AM-AOMDV) protocol as an extension to the AOMDV protocol, which considers multi-metric and local route update as the most important factors in selecting routes. The main objective of AM-AOMDV is to increase the packet throughput and route longevity, and decrease the end-to-end latency, route discovery frequency and route overhead in high mobility environments.…”
Section: E Adaptive Multi-metric On-demand Multipath Distance Vectormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are various approaches taken by the protocols, e.g., AOMDV [20] (using advertised hop count), AODVM [9] (based on reliable nodes and last hop ID), AODVM/PD [24] (depending on correlation factors metric), AM-AOMDV [26] (depending on local route update and multi-metric i.e., node-to-end latency, node-to-end RSSI, and node occupancy), CBRD [27] (depending on the queue size of node), MM-AODV [29] (depending on neighbors of source node (secondary sources) and neighbors of destination node), NDj-AODV [30] (using the concept of overhearing in wireless medium), Multi-path QoS AODV [31] (depending on Temp RBWn, Nct and BWQ).…”
Section: Multi-path Qos Aodv (2015)mentioning
confidence: 99%