adaptive routing


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adaptive routing

adaptive routing

The ability to select a new communications path to get around heavy traffic or a node or circuit failure.
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Adaptive routing decreases routing overhead and it also saves sensor nodes from premature death.
Spectrum-2 is the first 400G and 200G Ethernet switch that provides adaptive routing and load balancing while guaranteeing Zero Packet Loss and Unconditional Port Performance.
pointed out that Deco M5 utilises TP-Link's Adaptive Routing Technology (ART)
An adaptive routing Fuzzy based Balanced Power Aware Routing Algorithm (FBPRA) incorporating path maintenance mechanism and a stable route using fuzzy logic was proposed by Abirami, et al., [1].
In fact, in the case of an adaptive routing algorithm, it is not possible for the current router to infer which elevator was intended for the packet simply from the direction it has taken last, as it may have been only one of the possible directions available at the previous router.
Liu, "An adaptive routing protocol in underwater sparse acoustic sensor networks," Ad Hoc Networks, vol.
To solve this problem, paper [9] proposes an adaptive routing protocol based on QoS and vehicular density (ARP-QD) in urban VANETs environments.
The advantages and disadvantages of current adaptive routing algorithms for LEO netowork are analyzed as follows.
Nexmo's proprietary adaptive routing algorithm tracks millions of data points to determine the fastest and most reliable route to deliver messages.
They are deterministic, stochastic, fully adaptive and partial adaptive routing algorithms.
In this paper, a new adaptive routing protocol is presented which utilizes some concepts from the sensor nodes details in order to elect optimized CHs.
Leading organizations will employ analytics solutions to execute personalized customer engagement strategies cost effectively, based on each customer's individual profile and needs, via automation, workflow, adaptive routing, and "touch" rules.

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