PROJECT TITLE :
Biomedical wireless sensor networks (BWSNs) need to ensure reliable and timely transfer of crucial knowledge in emergency and time important situations. Current schemes use static/fixed priority assignment mechanism primarily based on supply of knowledge and not on the urgency of the information in different situations. This study presents a completely unique information transmission theme, called optimised priority assignment mechanism (OPAM) for BWSNs. The proposed work dynamically schedule totally different varieties of data flows based mostly on their time important nature. It neatly assigns priority to individual data packets rather to particular service or flow by continuously monitoring queuing delay providing guaranteed finish-to-end quality of service (QoS) without invoking any congestion management and avoidance mechanism. Experimental results show that OPAM performs higher in terms of average throughput and end-to-finish delay 55 and twenty.fivepercent, respectively, than routing service framework for commonplace BWSNs.
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