An Efficient Forwarding Segmented and Backup Dependable Real-Time Communication in Multihop Networks
Multihop routing network with is to dynamically combine with frequency network is an emerging concept for improving the energy consumption and node reachability. Using wireless sensor networks (WSNs) to observe physical processes for control systems has attracted much attention recently. For some real-time control applications, controllers need to accurately estimate the process state within rigid delay constraints. By restricting the SFN sizes to a maximum number of nodes, the energy efficiency may be improved while the reachability is deteriorated. In this paper, we analyze several aspects of multihop networks with forward segmentation. For accurately estimating a process state as well as satisfying rigid delay constraints, we analyze an dependable segmented network estimation approach. Our network estimation operation performed at intermediate relay nodes which is interference-free, and able to aggregate as much estimate information as possible from a network to a sink within delay constraints. Several distributed real-time applications demand hard guarantees on the message delivery latency and the recovery delay from component failures. As these demands cannot be met in traditional datagram services, need to analyze several new aspects we delay backup segmentation with multihop network.
KeywordsSN delay backup channel multihop network
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