Evaluating MANET Technology in Optimizing IoT-based Multiple WBSN Model in Soccer Players Health Study
Authors: Nejood Faisal Abdulsattar, Mustafa Hamid Hassan, Salama Mostafa, Hassnen Shakir Mansour, Nayef Alduais, Aida Mustapha, Mohammed Ahmed Jubair
Abstract: As a merit for the Internet of Things (IoT) domain, congregating MANET with WSN application in omnipresent smart environments presents novel opportunities in observing the extensive or wide-ranging built-up area or urban region and provides a new communication system for diverse applications. Sensors are utilized to comprehend the surrounding environment by sensing the signals and sending the data via the gateway node to the MANET node, specifically designed for data gathering or harvesting. IoT applications in this work are regarded as devices worn by soccer players whose monitoring is done using wireless sensor nodes. The challenge in this work is identifying paths or routes of high-level or top-ranking Quality of Service (QoS), such as topology. The implementation of a QoS-aware protocol in MANETs is aimed at enabling the finding of more effective paths between the source and destination nodes of the network and has made QoS a necessity. This paper proposed a model that can select an optimum path based on the efficient QoS parameters in routing protocol for the MANET environment. A model is built based on Flower Pollination Algorithm (FPA) and Multi-Agent system (MAS). An example scenario is written to show the impact of the proposed model on the MANET environment.
Keywords: Soccer Players Health Study, E-healthcare systems, Wireless Body Sensor Network (WBSNs), Internet of Things (IoT), mobile ad hoc network (MANET)
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