VERIFICATION OF THE SIMULATION MODEL OF THE ADAPTIVE RATE FULL ECHO ROUTING ALGORITHM DEVELOPED IN THE ANYLOGIC SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT

UDC 004.724.4
DOI:10.26102/2310-6018/2019.27.4.003

Y.A. Shilova


The mesh topology and point-to-point exchange wireless networks actualize the task of developing algorithms that increase the efficiency of routing these networks. An important feature of these networks is to use the limited battery life devices. The algorithm development taking into account battery level is an urgent task as this factor is one of the important factors affecting the network as a whole. Preview articles the author developed a new Adaptive Rate Full Echo routing algorithm, which is based on the Q-Routing algorithm, using the reinforced machine learning methods. In addition the previous author works a simulation model was presented in the Anylogic simulation system, where the developed algorithm simulation results were performed. The simulation model Verification is a necessary condition for the correctness and reliability of the data received in it. This article presents the results of checking the adequacy of the developed simulation model of the Adaptive Rate Full Echo algorithm by comparing the simulation results with the results of field tests.

Keywords: special network, routes, algorithm, delivery time, simulation, verification of the simulation model, network loss time connectivity.

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