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IJSTR >> Volume 2- Issue 2, February 2013 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



A Scrutiny On Congestion Control Algorithms

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AUTHOR(S)

Immanuel Gem, Arul Xavier

 

KEYWORDS

INDEX TERMS: - sensor networks, limiting rate, potential field, performance, traffic aware, overheads.

 

ABSTRACT

SYNOPSIS: - Wireless Sensor network is the keynote to meet the evidence indispensable by smart surroundings, whether in buildings, niftiness, engineering, domicile, shipboard, transportation systems automation, or elsewhere. Contemporary terrorist and guerrilla conflict countermeasures entail strewn networks of sensors that can be deployed and have self-organizing proficiency. In such applications, scuttle wires or cabling is generally not viable. A feeler set-up is essential that is swift and trouble-free to install and sustain. The imperative concern in wireless sensor scheme is the broadcast of messages to pull off an agreed message data and Quality of Services. QoS can be precise in terms of message delay, message due dates, bit blunder rates, packet crash, economic cost of transmission, broadcast power, etc. In this paper we surf through some of the congestion alleviation algorithm that assist the network in training the quality of services and the techniques that's been used assuage congestion

 

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