An Evolutionary Location Update Model in Mobile Cellular Communication Network Sample

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2015 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 2 Issue 9
Year of Publication : 2015
Authors : Sarbiki Sinha Roy, Dr. Sanchita Ghosh

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Sarbiki Sinha Roy, Dr. Sanchita Ghosh, "An Evolutionary Location Update Model in Mobile Cellular Communication Network Sample" SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 2.9 (2015): 14-23.

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Sarbiki Sinha Roy, Dr. Sanchita Ghosh,(2015). An Evolutionary Location Update Model in Mobile Cellular Communication Network Sample. SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 2.9, 14-23.

Abstract:

In the this scheme, we will propose a model, where we will use fixed time based scheme and an adaptive scheme using increasing velocity of the mobile node. Here the mobile station will continuously monitor the velocity, and threshold level of the velocity will be maintained here. And at the base station, there will be two schemes fixed time based and an adaptive scheme which is MN’s velocity based. Now at the mobile station, when MN’s velocity increases, then according to the MN’s velocity, the schemes at the base station will be switched as described later. The near and far distance will be measured according to the near and far position from the location area boundary. We have shown the positive and negative direction of mobile node here. Fuzzification here helped to get the scheme with the higher probability of taking place. Then the simulation results show the reduction in the number of location update in the proposed model.

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