Wired for Mobility: Investigating Routing Protocols and AI Integration in MANETs

Year: 2024 | Volume: 01 | Issue: 02 | Pages:31 - 36

By

  1. Mayank Yadav

  1. Student, Department of Automation and Robotics, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Sector-16C, Dwarka, New Delhi, India

Abstract

Nodes in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs), which operate without a fixed infrastructure, communicate wirelessly in a dynamic and demanding environment. In these kinds of situations, routing becomes essential to guaranteeing effective data transfer. The dynamic topology and shifting network conditions of MANETs present challenges for traditional routing protocols. The blending of routing protocols with Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques has become a viable way to improve MANET performance in recent years. The integration of AI techniques and routing protocols in MANETs is the subject of this research article. We assess different routing protocols and AI-based techniques through a thorough review and analysis, outlining their advantages, disadvantages, and suitability for various MANET scenarios. In addition, we go over the difficulties and potential avenues for future research in this area with the goal of enlightening practitioners and researchers who are interested in enhancing the resilience and effectiveness of MANETs.

Keywords:AI, Environment, MANETs, Nodes, and OLSR

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International Journal of Machine Systems and Manufacturing Technology

Volume 01
Issue 02
Received 2024/03/11
Accepted 2024/03/18
Published 2024/04/10