International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS)

ISSN: 2074-9090 (Print), ISSN: 2074-9104 (Online)

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IJCNIS Vol.3, No.3, Apr. 2011

A Dynamic Topology Management in a Hybrid Wireless Superstore Network

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Shankaraiah,Pallapa Venkataram

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Hybrid Wireless Network, Superstore, Transaction Sensitive Level (TSL), Topology Management


With the development of large scale wireless networks, there has been short comings and limitations in traditional network topology management systems. In this paper, an adaptive algorithm is proposed to maintain topology of hybrid wireless superstore network by considering the transactions and individual network load. The adaptations include to choose the best network connection for the response, and to perform network Connection switching when network situation changes. At the same time, in terms of the design for topology management systems, aiming at intelligence, real-time, the study makes a step-by-step argument and research on the overall topology management scheme. Architecture for the adaptive topology management of hybrid wireless networking resources is available to user’s mobile device. Simulation results describes that the new scheme has outperformed the original topology management and it is simpler than the original rate borrowing scheme.

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Shankaraiah,Pallapa Venkataram,"A Dynamic Topology Management in a Hybrid Wireless Superstore Network", IJCNIS, vol.3, no.3, pp.8-18, 2011.


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