A Game Theory Based Load-Balancing Routing with Cooperation Stimulation for Wireless Ad hoc Networks

@article{Tian2009AGT,
  title={A Game Theory Based Load-Balancing Routing with Cooperation Stimulation for Wireless Ad hoc Networks},
  author={Hui Tian and Fan Jiang and Weijun Cheng},
  journal={2009 11th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications},
  year={2009},
  pages={266-272}
}
In this paper, a game theory based load-balancing routing (GBLBR) protocol with cooperation stimulation is presented for delay sensitive traffic in wireless Ad hoc networks. By calculating the game theory based delay utility function, GBLBR fully utilizes the link capacity across different paths, and obtains the optimal arrival rate for each path. This minimizes the average delay of each packet. Extensive simulation results have shown that the proposed routing protocol can reduce the average… CONTINUE READING

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