# Delay-Sensitive Optimization Models and Distributed Routing Algorithms for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

## Authors

• Germí¡n A. Montoya System and Computing Engineering Department Universidad de Los Andes Bogotí¡, Colombia, South America
• Yezid Donoso System and Computing Engineering Department Universidad de Los Andes Bogotí¡, Colombia, South America

## Keywords:

Mathematical model, Delays, MWSN

## Abstract

Communication disruptions caused by mobility in wireless sensor networks introduce undesired delays which affect the network performance in delay sensitive applications in MWSN. In order to study the negative effects caused by mobility, we propose two mathematical models to find the minimum cost path between a source node and a destination node considering the nodes position changes across time. Our mathematical models consider the usage of buffers in the nodes to represent the fact of storing a message if there is not an appropriate forwarding node for transmitting it. In order to contrast our mathematical models results we have designed two kinds of algorithms: the first one takes advantage of the closest neighbours to the destination node in order to reach it as fast as possible from the source node. The second one simply reaches the destination node if a neighbour node is precisely the destination node. Finally, we compare the delay performance of these algorithms against our mathematical models to show how efficient they are for reaching a destination node. This paper is an extension of [10].a The mathematical model proposed in [10] is improved by adding two new binary variables with the aim of make it more readable and compact mathematically. This means a post-processing algorithm is added only for evaluating if a solution is at the first network state.

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G. A. Montoya and Y. Donoso (2016); A Delay-Sensitive Mathematical Model Approach and a Distributed Algorithm for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks, Computers Communications and Control (ICCCC), 2016 6th International Conference on, IEEE Xplore doi: 10.1109/ICCCC. 2016.7496736, 45-50.

2016-10-17

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