SAMPCAN: ANovel CACHING TECHNIQUE FOR CLIENT-SERVER INTERACTION MODEL IN LARGE AD HOC NETWORKS USING RESAMPLING METHODS
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25 November 2022
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The scalability of routing protocols has been a prominent topic to increasing the lifetime of a mobile ad hoc network. One of the underlying features behind scalable protocols is the localised nature of path maintenance. However, nodes’ data communications are excluded, despite being the main purpose of the routing protocols. SAMPCAN is a novel caching technique that can be applied to numerous applications of the client-server interaction model for an optimised storage and transmission of data. SAMPCAN uses a subsampling method that can be applied to two data types, mainly (1) XML document, and (2) Image. This novel method promotes the locality of nodes cooperation and interactions to fulfil requests of neighbouring nodes. In this paper, the application of SAMPCAN is discussed for the scalability and increased lifetime of mobile ad hoc networks.
Caching,routing,scalability,ad hoc network,client server
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