Nt1310 Unit 1 Assignment 1

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The number of mobile nodes is considered as 400. It is assumed that node 131 has three neighboring nodes such as 23, 43, 191. The node 131 stores its own values and its neighbor nodes values of criteria in its neighbor table. Table 3.1 shows the values of three nodes which are obtained by the criteria.
Neighbor table of the node 131 based on the sub-parameters
Node Energy Coverage Area Mobility
(m/s) QoS
191 99.9714 6 1.352 5
23 99.821 4 1.9384 7
131 99.9717 1 1.4481 12

Neighbor table of the node 131 based on the sub-parameters
Node BP TRtx (pos/time) LQ SP (in mins) T[in scale of 1000] ND MS[In scale of 10]
191 60%=0.6 6 2 5 10 32 3
23 80%=0.8 4 1 7 5 18 4
131 25%=0.25 1 1 12 7 33 10

The pairwise comparison matrix towards the goal, major factor, sub- factor are constructed using the equations (3.7) (3.8) (3.9) and the results of the calculations using AHP are shown in the following matrices. …show more content…
From the above equations (3.31) (3.32) (3.33) (3.34) (3.35) the weight is evaluated. Grade of importance is determined from the investigation and from the variables. The judgment matrix is constructed based on AHP is shown in the Table 3.4.
Weight calculation based on the criteria for a node 191.
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