A New Routing Scheme Based on Adaptive Selection of Geographic Directions
Geographic routing is recognized as an appealing approach to achieve efficient communications with low computational complexity and space cost. In order to apply this technology in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs), a comprehensive consideration must be given to performance issues such as throughput, delay, and load balance. In this paper, the auhtors provide a new routing scheme based on forwarding packets to multiple geographic directions. The proposed routing protocols are studied and analyzed theoretically. Theoretical bounds of throughput, delays and space cost are presented. Simulations show that their method performs more efficiently than traditional geographic routing schemes in terms of throughput, delay, and load balance with acceptable space cost. Their experiments also verify the trade-off between performance metrics.