Sciweavers

Share
INFOCOM
2007
IEEE

Guaranteed-Delivery Geographic Routing Under Uncertain Node Locations

11 years 6 months ago
Guaranteed-Delivery Geographic Routing Under Uncertain Node Locations
—Geographic routing protocols like GOAFR or GPSR rely on exact location information at the nodes, because when the greedy routing phase gets stuck at a local minimum, they require, as a fallback, a planar subgraph whose identification, in all existing methods, depends on exact node positions. In practice, however, location information at the network nodes is hardly precise; be it because the employed location hardware, such as GPS, exhibits an inherent measurement imprecision, or because the localization protocols which estimate positions of the network nodes cannot do so without errors. In this paper we propose a novel naming and routing scheme that can handle the uncertainty in location information. It is based on a macroscopic variant of geographic greedy routing, as well as a macroscopic planarization of the communication graph. If an upper bound on the deviation from true node locations is available, our routing protocol guarantees delivery of messages. Due to its macroscopic v...
Stefan Funke, Nikola Milosavljevic
Added 03 Jun 2010
Updated 03 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where INFOCOM
Authors Stefan Funke, Nikola Milosavljevic
Comments (0)
books