Energy- aware task scheduling over mobile ad hoc networks

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2009
Bokar, Ali
Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) can be formed dynamically without the support of any existing infrastructure or any centralized administration. They consist of heterogeneous mobile nodes which are powered by batteries, move arbitrarily and are connected by wireless links. Battery energy limitation is one of the main challenges in the MANETs. Several hardware and software based techniques have been proposed in this field. Most of the previous studies have considered only the energy minimization of individual nodes and disregarded the overall network lifetime. Topology management is another important problem in MANETs, in this sense; several new computing paradigms have been developed by the researchers, and the topology management has not been studied clearly in most of these models. In this study, we propose two new techniques that deal with the topology management in order to facilitate the nodes’ cooperation towards energy saving. The developed computing model considers heterogeneous mobile nodes. A node that faces shortage in its resources (energy and processing capability) sends its work to one of the nearby devices which is able to execute the work. In addition, we propose two algorithm for dynamic and two for static task scheduling, to prolong the network life time. Comprehensive experiments showed that the proposed schemes achieve a significant improvement in the network lifetime while simultaneously reducing the energy consumption and time delay for each task.

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A. Bokar, “Energy- aware task scheduling over mobile ad hoc networks,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2009.