International Journal of Advances in Computer Networks and Its Security
Author(s) : M. KALEEM GALAMALI, NAWAZ MOHAMUDALLY
seamless mobility is a requirement for MAUC and quite lots of work is already involved [6-18]. To achieve seamlessness of mobility in a multi-relay MAUC topography, quite a lot of back-end work must be carried out for proactively enabling potential “next-relays” and cause resource reservations. It is important to know trends of CBRs which will need exactly 1 relay, 2 relays, 3 relays….in the environment for policy formulations and improvement in resource management. This has been carried out in a previous paper  where trends for need of exact relay numbers have been detailed. However, it may be more useful to consider the trends for number of CBRs requiring more than 1 relay, more/less than 2 relays, more/less than 3 relays,….for more appropriate formulation of policies. From a designer/programmer’s point of view, it may be easier to consider rightly that a CBR may need for example more than 5 relays or less than 8 relays rather than exactly 6 relays. This paper is therefore a direct follow-up of a previous paper . The objective of this paper is to present the reworked results of combined data from 17 sets of experiments to model the need for greater/less than specific numbers of relays, in the form of graphs and deriving appropriate conclusions.