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Modelling a Learning-Based Dynamic Tree Routing Model for Wireless Mesh Access Networks

N. Krishnammal1,*, C. Kalaiarasan2, A. Bharathi3

1 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sri Shakthi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, India
2 School of Engineering, Presidency University, Bengaluru, India
3 Department of Information Technology, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, India

* Corresponding Author: N. Krishnammal. Email: email

Computer Systems Science and Engineering 2023, 44(2), 1531-1549.


Link asymmetry in wireless mesh access networks (WMAN) of Mobile ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) is due mesh routers’ transmission range. It is depicted as significant research challenges that pose during the design of network protocol in wireless networks. Based on the extensive review, it is noted that the substantial link percentage is symmetric, i.e., many links are unidirectional. It is identified that the synchronous acknowledgement reliability is higher than the asynchronous message. Therefore, the process of establishing bidirectional link quality through asynchronous beacons underrates the link reliability of asymmetric links. It paves the way to exploit an investigation on asymmetric links to enhance network functions through link estimation. Here, a novel Learning-based Dynamic Tree routing (LDTR) model is proposed to improve network performance and delay. For the evaluation of delay measures, asymmetric link, interference, probability of transmission failure is evaluated. The proportion of energy consumed is used for monitoring energy conditions based on the total energy capacity. This learning model is a productive way for resolving the routing issues over the network model during uncertainty. The asymmetric path is chosen to achieve exploitation and exploration iteratively. The learning-based Dynamic Tree routing model is utilized to resolve the multi-objective routing problem. Here, the simulation is done with MATLAB 2020a simulation environment and path with energy-efficiency and lesser E2E delay is evaluated and compared with existing approaches like the Dyna-Q-network model (DQN), asymmetric MAC model (AMAC), and cooperative asymmetric MAC model (CAMAC) model. The simulation outcomes demonstrate that the anticipated LDTR model attains superior network performance compared to others. The average energy consumption is 250 J, packet energy consumption is 6.5 J, PRR is 50 bits/sec, 95% PDR, average delay percentage is 20%.


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N. Krishnammal, C. Kalaiarasan and A. Bharathi, "Modelling a learning-based dynamic tree routing model for wireless mesh access networks," Computer Systems Science and Engineering, vol. 44, no.2, pp. 1531–1549, 2023.

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