Design of Fuzzy Logic Based-temperature-aware Routing Protocol
Source of Publication
Open Public Health Journal
Background: Rising temperatures in an implanted sensor node is harmful to human tissue; thus, a suitable approach must be considered in designing network protocols. Objective: To prevent high node temperatures, we present a new temperature-aware multi-hop routing protocol based on fuzzy logic with a low cost overhead. Results: Through comparative simulations, we verify that the proposed scheme can maintain node temperatures to an acceptable and balanced level. This leads to a higher packet delivery ratio than that in existing schemes. Conclusion: The fuzzy logic-based temperature routing protocol can contribute to avoiding excessive temperature rises in sensor nodes. In addition, the fuzzy logic input and decision rule are relevant for effectively computing the temperature variation.
Fuzzy logic, Network protocol, Performance evaluation, Quality of service, Temperature-aware routing, Wireless body area networks
Suh, Beomkyu; Kim, Hyeon Jeong; Lim, Byunghyun; Shah, Babar; and Kim, Ki Il, "Design of Fuzzy Logic Based-temperature-aware Routing Protocol" (2023). All Works. 6096.
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