Abstract: Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) continues to grow and consequently an effective routing scheme is required when the topological changes occur. Existing Distributed algorithm for Time-bounded Essential Localization (DTEL) over a sensor network minimizes the time taken for the broadcasting of packets. But, investigating the throughput level on the different topological route paths is not focused. Topological changes in the wireless sensor network measure the throughput level using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM)-based packet classification systems. TCAM based sensor network system improves the throughput level but the topological transformation sometimes lead to the misdirected routing in WSN. To improve the routing scheme on the different topological structure, Topological Transform Adaptive Relational Quality of Service Routing (TTA-RQoSR) scheme is proposed in this study. TTA-RQoSR scheme develops the framework with the three main objectives such as adaptively, avoiding the misdirected route and improving the throughput level. TTA-RQoSR scheme uses the abstained misdirected routing to remove the misdirected route path of packet transfer from the source to the destination. The abstained misdirected routing adjusts the flow relationship exclusively on locally observed paths using the erlangs C formula. erlangs C formula uses the Poisson arrival process with arrival rate to avoid the misdirected route. Secondly, TTA-RQoSR scheme uses the Relational QoS Routing to attain approximately 5% improved throughput level on changing mobility of sensor node and sink node in WSN. Experiment is conducted using the simulation tool on the factors such as throughput level on varying topological structure, avoidance rate of misdirected route and delay time.
P. Vijayalakshmi and B.G. Geetha, 2016. A Misdirected Route Avoidance Using Topological Transform Adaptive Relational QOS Routing in Wireless Sensor Network. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 3398-3406.