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Efficient Location Services Using Hierarchical Topology of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

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The thesis work was carried out in two phases. Firstly, we have designed the Cluster-Based Object Location Algorithm (CBOLA) for finding the object location in a cluster based network topology. Secondly, to take the advantages of clustering architecture of Mobile Ad hoc Networks, we have especially designed Object Location Clusters Algorithm (OLCA) for efficient Object Location management in MANET. Our comparison of simulation analysis shows that the CBOLA is more efficient and accurate in location information services and more robust than GLS and HRLS. In addition, we believe that our comparative study with the various location services schemes was facilitated accurate results in ad hoc networks. we are portioned our network area by designing a new clustering algorithm called OLCA (Object Location Clusters Algorithm) for efficient object location in Mobile Ad hoc Networks. Simulation results and comparative analysis shows the performance and effectiveness of CBOLA and OLCA.

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P. Hamsavath and G. Singh, "Efficient Location Services Using Hierarchical Topology of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 5 No. 1, 2012, pp. 14-20. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2012.51003.

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