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A new approach for supporting QoS in mac layer over MANETs p. 7 Localized cluster-based rerouting and resource reservation in mobile ad hoc networks p. 13 Localization in vehicular ad hoc networks p. 19 QoS path selection exploiting minimum link delays in MPLS-based networks p. 27 QoS and energy consumption in wireless sensor networks using CSMA/CA p. 33(More)
In the last few years, the advance of multimedia applications has prompted researchers to undertake the task of routing multimedia data through Manet. This task is rather difficult due to the highly dynamic topology of mobile ad hoc networks and their limited bandwidth. Actually, different routing algorithms are proposed in order to route various kinds of(More)
The goals of QoS routing are in general twofold: selecting routes with satisfied QoS requirement, and achieving global efficiency in resource utilization. The prediction of these goals in real time is quite difficult, making the effectiveness of "traditional" protocols based on analytical models questionable. In this paper we first discuss some key design(More)
  • Saida Ziane
  • 2008
Real time and multimedia applications are widely deployed on mobile ad hoc networks in the last few years. Such applications have, often, hard requirements in terms of QoS metrics. We are interested in this paper to end-to-end delay required by some applications. We propose a new adaptive routing approach called based on reinforcement learning. Our approach(More)
In the few last years, there is an increasing need of QoS guarantees for multimedia and real time applications in mobile ad hoc networks. While several QoS routing protocols were proposed, adaptive routing has not be enough exploited. We propose in this paper a new delay oriented adaptive routing protocol for mobile ad hoc networks. We integrate a mean(More)
In the few last years, there is an increasing need of QoS guarantees for multimedia and real time applications in mobile ad hoc networks. Therefore, routing protocols designed for mobile ad hoc networks must be adapted to support such needs. While several QoS routing protocols were proposed, adaptive routing has not be enough exploited We propose in this(More)
, In the context of modern high-speed communication networks, decision reactivity is often complicated by the notion of guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS), which can either be related to time, packet loss or bandwidth requirements: constraints related to various types of QoS make some algorithms not acceptable. Due to emerging real-time and multimedia(More)
Actually, various kinds of sources (such as voice, video, or data) with diverse traffic characteristics and quality of service requirements (QoS), which are multiplexed at very high rates, leads to significant traffic problems such as packet losses, transmission delays, delay variations, etc, caused mainly by congestion in the networks. The prediction of(More)
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