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IEEE International Performance Computing and Communications Conference (2011)
Orlando, FL, USA
Nov. 17, 2011 to Nov. 19, 2011
ISBN: 978-1-4673-0010-0
pp: 1-2
Muhammad Asif , University of Surrey, UK
Zhili Sun , University of Surrey, UK
Haitham Cruickshank , University of Surrey, UK
Naveed Ahmad , University of Surrey, UK
The emergence of MANET supported applications and the subsequent widespread acceptance is facilitated by the development and availability of cheap wireless Wi-Fi devices. It is on this premise that Flow-Aware Admission Control (FAAC) protocol is designed to improve the throughput assurance of MANET-based applications. The work presented in this paper is an extension of our designed FAAC protocol to guarantee the provisioning of QoS in many mobile scenarios. The source node is designed to maintain multiple paths to each destination with the reliability of the routes maintained through nodes disjointness. The designed FAAC-Multipath protocol is equipped with the intermediate route repair mechanism to enable the intermediate node to carry out route repair locally without contacting the source node. We have illustrated the effectiveness of FAAC-Multipath with the state of the art admission control protocols.

Z. Sun, N. Ahmad, H. Cruickshank and M. Asif, "QoS assurance in MANETs using flow aware admission control -- Multipath protocol," IEEE International Performance Computing and Communications Conference(PCCC), Orlando, FL, USA, 2011, pp. 1-2.
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