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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 09)
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Simulation of Obstruction Avoidance Generously Mobility (OAGM) Model using Graph-theory Technique

V. Vasanthi and M. Hemalatha
Corresponding Author:  M. Hemalatha 

Key words:  Hybrid bellman-ford-dijkstra algorithm, mission critical mobility, mobility model, NS2, performance, ,
Vol. 5 , (09): 2799-2808
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December 07, 2012 January 11, 2013 March 20, 2013

An Obstruction Avoidance Generously Mobility (OAGM) model has been introduced for controlling ad-hoc sensor networks and thereby operating emerging fields like military and healthcare services. According to this model, the ability to send a message to a group of users simultaneously, based solely on their geographic location, is desirable by using Mission Critical Mobility model that assumes the obstacle shapes like rectangle or square in the simulation terrain. The OAGM model is developed by grasping the critical situations of military and healthcare services by incorporating the node movement model, hierarchical node organization, placement of obstacle that affect the movement of nodes and also signal propagation. Graph theory technique is used to find the shortest path of the node movement process. The varying number of parameter sets with DSR protocol is analyzed for MCM and OAGM mobility model. The results show OAGM performance is better than MCM.
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V. Vasanthi and M. Hemalatha, 2013. Simulation of Obstruction Avoidance Generously Mobility (OAGM) Model using Graph-theory Technique.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(09): 2799-2808.
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