A High Efficient Self-Organizing Network Protocol for Large Scale Aware Nodes in Internet of Things

Xian-juan ZHANG, Zhi-yi QU, Min-lei ZHANG


There are a lot of researches on self-organizing network at present. However, due to the characteristics of topological change of the Internet of Things, node resource constraints and random distribution and so on. Most of the existing self-organizing network are not applicable. This paper is aimed at the characteristics of the Internet of Things, and draws lessons from small world model, energy multi-path routing and hybrid routing algorithm. On the basis of GEAR protocol, a model of high efficient self-organizing network for large scale aware node is proposed: A multi-path hybrid routing model based on small world model, referred as SMH (Small World Multi-Path Hybrid Routing) model. In this paper, the model is implemented and an improved protocol based on GEAR is obtained, which is SMH-GEAR protocol. And SMH-GEAR protocol and GEAR protocol are compared and analyzed with simulation by using NS-2 network simulation platform. The result of the experiment shows SMH-GEAR protocol is better than GEAR protocol in terms of overall performance.


Internet of things, GEAR, SMH-GEAR protocol, NS-2 network simulation platform


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