SEER: Simulated Annealing-based Routing in Opportunistic Mobile Networks

Aim:

The main aim of project is to reduce the delivery latency, while maintaining good chances of message delivery, as the other state of the art routing protocols in Opportunistic mobile Networks.

Existing System:

In existing system, for efficient routing nodes often collect and exchange a lot of information about other nodes and exchange information about them to other nodes. This in turn leads to privacy leaks, which is not acceptable. Moreover, in reality, the nodes in OMNs often attempt at decision making based on locally available information using greedy heuristics, which are prone to getting trapped at local optimum. Although number of Schemes are proposed for efficient routing the holi grail of routing solution still continues.

Proposed System:

In proposed system, our main objective is to reduce the delivery latency, while maintaining good chances of message delivery to destination node without collecting other nodes information in the network to avoid privacy leak. In general, a optimal routing protocol should result in higher message delivery ratio, lower latency, and lower routing overhead. In SeeR nodes do not collect information about other nodes to avoid privacy leaks. Instead it works based solely upon local observations. In particular, a node does not collect information about other nodes and therefore reduces the risk of privacy leaks unlike many other protocols and also it reduces delivery latency.