Vijayalaxmi

Associate Professor - Senior Scale

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Qualification: B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Analog systems lab in-charge
    • UG project work coordinator

Network routing problem-A simulation environment using Intelligent technique

Engineering Vijayalaxmi Joshi, H G Harish SV Chandrashekara Adiga S

Ever since the internet became a necessity in today’s technological world people have been looking for faster ways to connect one machine to another. However, when it comes to the internet as a whole and connecting the mass of people to their respective destinations, an efficient algorithm is more difficult to produce. One direction that researchers have gone to pursue this is to study the behaviour of ants for their techniques to find the shortest path between two points. In this paper, the Ant Colony Optimization Technique has been applied in different network models with different number of routers and structures to find the shortest path with optimum throughput. The performance measure taken here is the shortest path as well as time taken by the data packets from source to destination.

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Digital system design, artificial intelligence, computer architecture