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JCM 2024 Vol.19(3): 152-160
Doi: 10.12720/jcm.19.3.152-160

Improved Extreme Learning Machine Based Hunger Games Search for Automatic IP Configuration and Duplicate Node Detection

Amit Gupta1,*, Movva Pavani2, Shashi Kant Dargar3, Abha Dargar3, and Arun Singh Chohan4
1.Department of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, J. B. Institute of Engineering and Technology,Telangana, India.
2.Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Nalla Malla Reddy Engineering College, India
3.Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, Tamil Nadu, India
4.Department of Computer Science Engineering, School of Engineering, Malla Reddy University, Telangana, India
Email: dramitguptacv07@gmail.com (A.G.); pavani.ece@nmrec.edu.in (M.P); drshashikant.dargar@ieee.org (S.K.D.); abha@klu.ac.in (A.D.); arunsingh.chouhan@gmail.com (A.S.C)
*Corresponding author

Manuscript received July 8, 2023; revised October 14, 2023; accepted November 1, 2023; published March 26, 2024.

Abstract—IP address auto reconfiguration, which ensures the optimum routing, is individual of the most challenging challenges in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET). IP address reconfiguration protocols are divided into two categories: stateful and stateless. Addresses must be unique, and conflicts between addresses must be avoided. This paper offers the Hunger Games Search Improved Extreme Learning Machine (HGS-IELM) Method framework for IP address auto reconfiguration in MANET, which is based on the Hunger Games Search algorithm and the Improved Extreme Learning Machine. The HGS-IELM voting enforces ensuring a fresh read depending on each access. Both data consistency and message overhead are engineered to work together. The suggested HGS-IELM approach is scalable and does not need the use of a central server. According to the results of the experiments, the proposed HGS-IELM framework achieved decreased message overhead and latency. The suggested HGS-IELM approach exhibited enhanced address availability while maintaining appropriate redundancy.
Keywords—IP address, auto reconfiguration, cluster head, address borrowing, hunger games search algorithm, and improved extreme learning machine

Cite: Amit Gupta*, Movva Pavani, Shashi Kant Dargar3, Abha Dargar, and Arun Singh Chohan, “Improved Extreme Learning Machine Based Hunger Games Search for Automatic IP Configuration and Duplicate Node Detection," Journal of Communications, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 152-160, 2024.

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