Optimal resource allocation for route selection in ad-hoc networks
Marwa K. Farhan, Muayad S. Croock
Nowadays, the selection of the optimum path in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETS) is being an important issue that should be solved smartly. In this paper, an optimal path selection method is proposed for MANET using the Lagrange multiplier approach. The optimization problem considers the objective function of maximizing bit rate, under the constraints of minimizing the packet loss, and latency. The obtained simulation results show that the proposed Lagrange optimization of rate, delay, and packet loss algorithm (LORDP) improves the selection of optimal path in comparison to ad-hoc on-demand distance vector protocol (AODV). We increased the performance of the system by 10.6 Mbps for bit rate and 0.133 ms for latency.