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Batch Sliding Window Based-Transmission Coordination Mechanism for Opportunistic Routing
Wei CHEN Juan WANG Jing JIN
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2011/01/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1345
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
opportunistic routing, batch sliding window, transmission coordination, multi-hop wireless networks, batch map,
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Transmission coordination mechanism (TCM) aids opportunistic routing (OR) to reduce the total number of packet transmissions and improve end-to-end throughput. Existing paradigms based on batch map partitions packets of communication session into segments, and transmit packet segments in batch mode sequentially. However, the rate of successful transmission coordination oscillates due to the oscillation of the number of packets batch transmitted. In this paper, we propose batch sliding window-based TCM to improve the performance of OR. By transmitting packets in continuous batch mode, batch sliding window-based TCM can hold the rate of successful transmission coordination steady. Simulation results show the average end-to-end throughput gain of the proposed TCM is 15.4% over existing batch map-based TCM.