Resource optimization-based network selection model for heterogeneous wireless networks

Nishanth Banu Nayakwadi, Ruksar Fatima


The internet of things (IoT) environment prerequisite seamless connectivity for meeting real-time application requirements; thus, required efficient resource management techniques. Heterogeneous wireless networks (HWNs) have been emphasized for providing seamless connectivity with high quality of service (QoS) performance to provision IoT applications. However, the existing resource allocation scheme suffers from interference and fails to provide a quality experience for low-priority users. As a result, induce bandwidth wastage and increase handover failure. In addressing the research issues this paper presented the resource-optimized network selection (RONS) method for HWNs. The RONS method employs better load balancing to reduce handover failure and maximizes resource utilization through dynamic slot optimization. The RONS method assures tradeoffs between high performance to high priority users and quality of experience (QoE) for low priority users. The experiment outcome shows the RONS achieves very good performance in terms of throughput, packet loss, and handover failures in comparison with existing resource selection methods.


Handover execution; Heterogeneous wireless network; Machine learning; Network selection; Resource utilization;



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