IJMTES – AN ACO BASED APPROACH USING MANET

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : AN ACO BASED APPROACH USING MANET

Author’s Name : Anit Sebi | Mrs N Santhana Krishna
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Volume 04 Issue 06 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 83-85

Abstract – The MANET is the research method to be existing on the homogenous Manet .the MANET Are performed on the ant colony optimization. The ANT colony deepened on the life time of the Heterogeneous optimization. The construct graphs are optimized on the MANET the Manet efficiency are varied due to the MANET performance. The local search is applied to the heterogeneous MANET part. The high quality solutions are maximized in the heterogeneous of the MANETS. The MANET is sense through the Topological based routing protocol the bandwidth and destination are varied to the number of packets send. The nodes and sensor networks are tracked on the Aco. The ACO has been applied on the variety of heterogeneous the network security are adopts On the ACO. The error tracking technique is applied through the ACO.

Keywords – MANET, ACO, Packet drop

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