Integer programming formulation for contention aware connected dominating set in wireless multi-hop network
Nawrin Ferdous, Chowdhury
University of Lethbridge. Faculty of Arts and Science
Lethbridge, Alta. : Universtiy of Lethbridge, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Efficient data propagation across the mobile nodes is an essential concern in wireless networks. Broadcasting with Minimum Connected Dominating Set (MCDS) is used to reduce redundant transmission. Contention occurs when a group of nodes want to transmit over a shared channel at the same time. During contention, nodes defer transmissions for a random time. Using Contention-aware Connected Dominating Set (CACDS) to minimize contention is a new concept. We study computationally (using CPLEX) Integer Programming for MCDS and CACDS and use Benders Decomposition to solve the problem. To find a connected dominating set, we use one state-of-art approach based on the shortest path algorithm, and ours one is based on the number of connected components.We propose IP formulation of selection forwarding-nodes based on Dominant Pruning and Contention-aware Dominant Pruning. The result shows that our approach performs better than the state-of-art approach in large networks. CACDS results better in minimizing contention.
Contention , Integer Programming , Minimum Connected Dominating Set , Benders Decomposition , Contention resolution protocols (Computer network protocols) , Wireless communication systems -- Management , Ad hoc networks (Computer networks) , Routing (Computer network management) , Combinatorial optimization , Dissertations, Academic