OCC: Ordered congestion control with cross layer support in Manet routing
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International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA) (2012)

In the recent times many accessible congestion control procedures have no capability to differentiate involving two major problems like packet loss by link crash and packet loss by congestion. Consequently these resolutions effect in form of wastage of possessions because they target only on the packet drop by link crash that has a needless importance. Consumption of energy and possessions in order to make the basis node attentive regarding the congestion occurring in routing path is the supplementary drawback in most of the accessible procedures. This way of concentrating mainly on standardizing the outlet load at the basis node stage is the boundary to the present accessible procedures. It is already known that as a reason of link crash and congestion packet loss in the network routing largely occurs. In this article a new cross layer and path restoration procedure has been put forward. We also put forwarded two algorithms namely Path discovery Algorithm and congestion handling algorithm. In this approach of cross layer it comprises of 3 kinds of layers called network, MAC and transport layers. In this introduced approach the MAC and network layers have dynamic functionalities in identifying the congestion and standardization where the functionalities of network and transport layers are distinguished in bearing the congestion i.e. congestion endurance. The produced tentative results illustrate an enhanced management of congestion and its endurance by this approach.
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