Abstract—The wireless communication involves a client server communication i.e. the client needs to send a request for performing a process; it can perform only after the response of the server. Large number of request will result the load balance in the server, which cause process delay. It has been resolved by using wireless broadcast client server communication. To communicate with server the client use fee based cellular type network to achieve a responsible operating range. For avoiding these problems, the wireless broadcast model is used. The ad hoc networks are used to share the information among the mobile clients in a peer-to-peer manner for avoiding congestion. The method of single transmission is introduced to support unlimited number of mobile host over a large geographical area. The location based spatial queries often exhibit spatial locality which reduces the time delay. The nearest neighbor candidate can be identified by using the KNN algorithm. After identifying INN candidate, the required data are retrieved using the SBNN algorithm.
Index Terms—The authors are with the Botho College, Gaborone, Botswana.
The authors are with the Botho College, Gaborone, Botswana.
Cite: C. Rajeswari and N. Chandrasekaran, "Query Processing with Respect to Location in Wireless Broadcasting," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 273-276, 2012.