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A Spiderweb-Based Massive Access Management Protocol for M2M Wireless Networks

A Spiderweb-Based Massive Access Management Protocol for M2M Wireless Networks With the development of Internet of Things (IoT), a large amount of M2M (machine-to-machine) devices produce the data from a huge number of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. A massive access congestion control scheme in M2M communication is important in a wireless M2M network, where a wireless M2M network is constituted by a large number of wireless M2M devices. In this paper, we developed a spiderwebbased massive access management protocol for M2M wireless networks. The wireless M2M network topology considered, in this paper, is a spiderweb-based topology, which belongs to a regular topology. The spiderweb-based topology is split into a number of sub-spiderweb, while each sub-spiderweb can be seen as a small reservoir. The main function of the small reservoir isto temporarily store the massive access if the congestion problem is occurred due to the massive assess has been suddenly happened from M2M devices. When the congestion problem is alleviated gradually, the temporarily-stored massive assess can be digested from these small reservoirs. The contribution of the proposed scheme is to reduce the packet loss rate and prolong the wireless M2Mnetwork lifetime. In addition, a dynamically adjustment of the different sub-spiderweb size is developed based on the amount of different data traffics. Simulation result finally illustrate that the proposed mechanism significantly reduces the packet loss rate and keeps the maximum network lifetime.

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