Sunday 21st of January 2018

FEA-OLSR: An Adaptive Energy Aware Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks Using Zero-Order Sugeno Fuzzy System

Saloua Chettibi and Salim Chikhi

OLSR (Optimized Link State Routing) is a standard proactive routing protocol for MANETs (Mobile Ad-hoc NETworks). In this paper, we propose the use of a zero-order Sugeno FLS (Fuzzy Logic System) to adaptively adjusting the willingness parameter in OLSR protocol. Decisions made at each mobile node by the FLS take into account both its remaining energy and its expected residual lifetime. Simulation study revealed that the proposed protocol FEA-OLSR (Fuzzy Energy-Aware OLSR) is more energy efficient than EE-OLSR a heuristic based energyaware variant of OLSR.

Keywords: OLSR, MANETs, Zero Order Sugeno Fuzzy System, Willingness Parameter, Energy-Aware Routing.

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Saloua Chettibi
Saloua CHETTIBI received her MSc degree in computer sciences from University Mentouri of Constantine, Algeria, in 2008. Since 2009, she joined the SCAL Team within MISC Laboratory at University Constantine 2, to prepare her PHD thesis. Actually she is an associate Professor at University of Jijel, Algeria. Her research topics include soft computing and Mobile ad-hoc networking.

Salim Chikhi
Salim CHIKHI received his MSc degree in computer systems from University Mentouri of Constantine, Algeria, in collaboration with Glasgow University, UK, in 1993. He received his PhD degree in computer science from University Mentouri of Constantine, Algeria in 2005. Currently, he is a full professor at the University Constantine 2, Algeria. He is leader of the team \"Soft Computing and Artificial Life\" within MISC laboratory (Modeling and Implementation of Complex Systems). His research areas include soft computing and artificial life techniques and their applications to real life problems and their optimization.

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