Fuzzy Based Packet Dropping Scheme in Wireless Cellular Networks
Keywords:Buffer, Multimedia, Fuzzy Logic, Packet Drop
AbstractWireless multimedia networks are becoming very popular owing to the user demands for multimedia services. Packet dropping in the event of buffer congestion is one of the important issue in wireless multimedia networks. A packet dropping scheme has to be flexible and adaptive such that acceptable quality of an application is maintained. The paper presents a fuzzy based packet dropping scheme for wireless multimedia networks. A buffer manager placed at the base station performs packet dropping depending upon the traffic conditions and type of an application. Packet dropping is performed by computing dropping factor by considering packet priority, queue length and adaptive queue length threshold. The adaptive queue length threshold is used to dynamically adjust the dropping factor. The queue length threshold is varied by using two fuzzy input parameters, channel condition and rate of flow of an application. The scheme has been extensively simulated to test the performance in terms of acceptance and dropping probability of real-time handoff and new calls.
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