Emi Ogawa

Department of Advanced Sciences

School of Science and Engineering

Hosei University

Research Area

A Reliable Transfer Protocol in Ad-hoc Network

Types of networks, wired and wireless networks, are used in various applications. Nowadys,infrastructure less networks like wireless ad-hoc networks are getting important, especially in disasters. In this research , we consider one-to-one communication in wireless networks . Messages have to be rightly delivered to a destination node with reliable transfer. Energy consumption also has to be reduced in addition to increasing the reliability and performance. We propose a routing protocol in the wireless ad hoc networks which messages can be not only reliable transmitting also the power consumption of node can be reduced by using the fuzzy logic.

International Conference Papers

  1. E. Ogawa, S. Nakamura, and M. Takizawa, "An Energy-efficient and Reliable Protocol in Wireless Networks," accepted for publication at Proc. of the 18-th International Symposium on Multimedia Network Systems and Applications (MNSA-2016), Asan, Korea, Nov. 2016, pp.585-592.
  2. E. Ogawa, S. Nakamura, and M. Takizawa, "A Trustworthiness-based Ad-hoc Routing Protocol in Wireless Networks" Proc. of IEEE the 31st International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2017), Taipei, Taiwan, Mar. 2017, pp.1162-1168.