Calc Redirection : A Structure for Direction Finding Aided Traffic Monitoring

Calc Redirection : A Structure for Direction Finding Aided Traffic Monitoring
Authors : Paparao Sanapathi, P. Satheesh
Publication Date: 03-12-2013


Author(s):  Paparao Sanapathi, P. Satheesh

Published in:   International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology

License:  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Website: www.ijert.org

Volume/Issue:   Vol.2 - Issue 12 (December - 2013)

e-ISSN:   2278-0181


The framework for routing in network is aided by the monitoring of router supported is a previous thought. In Existing work the process of each flow over the network is aggregated by the nodes to maintain the traffic flow throughout the nodes. A simple scenario involves routers implementing uniform sampling or an approximation of it, with network operators being interested in monitoring a subset of the traffic. This is cost effective and time consuming. We propose a new wireless adhoc sensor network where nodes will be continuously monitored for feasible path transmission which is not fixed (this point will overcome the previous paper) will be generated by genetic approach for transmission and also find out the shortest path for transmission. We use genetic approach algorithm for optimizing the network flow for having best and feasible paths with respect to bit shifting for all the available weights. The function values and their respective derivatives to the attributes feasibility are used to go next level in proper way. This method is very effective at finding optimal to a wide variety of problems, because it does not impose limitations required by traditional methods such as gradient search, random search etc. It has advantages over traditional non linear solution techniques that cannot always achieve an optimal solution. The method is very different from remaining optimization algorithms. In this paper the IP address will be tracked by router for each communication..


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