Q. Nadeem's research while affiliated with COMSATS University Islamabad and other places

Publications (6)

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Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs) are envisaged to play crucial role in psychological, medical and non-medical applications. This paper presents iM-SIMPLE; a reliable, and power efficient routing protocol with high throughput for WBAN. We deploy sensor nodes on human body to measure the physiological parameters such as blood pressure, temperature...
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In this research work, we advise gateway based energy-efficient routing protocol (M-GEAR) for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). We divide the sensor nodes into four logical regions on the basis of their location in the sensing field. We install Base Station (BS) out of the sensing area and a gateway node at the centre of the sensing area. If the dis...
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In this work, we propose a reliable, power efficient and high throughput routing protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs). We use multi-hop topology to achieve minimum energy consumption and longer network lifetime. We propose a cost function to select parent node or forwarder. Proposed cost function selects a parent node which has high res...
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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) with their dynamic applications gained a tremendous attention of researchers. Constant monitoring of critical situations attracted researchers to utilize WSNs at vast platforms. The main focus in WSNs is to enhance network life-time as much as one could, for efficient and optimal utilization of resources. Different a...
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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) with their dynamic applications gained a tremendous attention of researchers. Constant monitoring of critical situations attracted researchers to utilize WSNs at vast platforms. The main focus in WSNs is to enhance network life-time as much as one could, for efficient and optimal utilization of resources. Different a...
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In current era of technology, applications of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are rising in various fields. The deployment of WSNs for real life applications is greater than before. Still, the energy constraints remain one of the key issues; it prevents the complete utilization of WSN technology. Sensors typically powered with battery, which have i...

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... Moreover, research has proved that the use of multi-hop routing is more efficient than single-hop communication in WBSN. A muiti-hop routing protocol selects a forwarder node using a cost function which considers the residual energy of the node and the distance of each node from the base station [17]. The residual energy is important to balance the consumption of energy of each node in the network while the distance is necessary to ensure the packets are successfully delivered to the base station. ...
... Neelam Sharma et al. [10] improved upon the simple protocol by proposing a new cost function calculation methodology. In the protocol proposed by them, the transmission mechanism remains similar to that proposed by Nadeem et al. [8,11], the cost function however is calculated based on dissipated energy instead of the residual energy. This increases the network throughput and stability. ...
... While the Temperature Aware procedures work to keep the Temperature intensity of the Sensors, network speed is a crucial concern in addition to energy efficiency. An effective and low-power routing model called iM-SIMPLE was suggested by Javaid et al. (2015). The remaining energy, travel time to the sink, and data forwarders are just a few of the crucial factors that go into defining the cost function. ...
... The BS sends sector information to all nodes, and then every node detects its sector based on its location. Nodes are randomly distributed in the communication area [7,11,15,19] and then the node position (X, Y coordinates) with respect to the BS position is used to detect the sector number in which this node belongs [20]. Sector selection is demonstrated in Figure 1 by using Equation (2). ...
... In this section, the proposed heterogeneous protocol called HMGEAR is explained. This scheme builds on the homogeneous routing protocol suggested in [34]. ...
... Herewith, the research trend moves toward finding costeffective solutions as in Nadeem et al. (2013) where multiple routing issues are modeled in terms of cost. Quwaider and Biswas (2009) and authors defined a cost function that estimates the cost of routing from a source to the sink via relay. ...