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On the Interaction Between Multiple Paths and Wireless Mesh Networks Scheduler Approaches

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On the Interaction Between Multiple Paths and Wireless Mesh Networks Scheduler Approaches
Multi-path routing allows building and use of multiple paths for routing between a source-destination pair. This paper investigates the problem of selecting multiple routing paths to provide better reliability and load balancing in wireless mesh networks with stationary nodes. Previous work has investigated the use of additional data redundancy to improve the throughput of the network. In these specific cases, node disjoint-ness property of the multiple paths is required. In this work we investigate multipath routing without packet duplication, and no disjointed paths for achieving better performance in terms of packet delivery rate and low delay. We propose a very simple reactive on-demand distance vector routing protocol. Multiple paths built through this approach are loop-free. In order to better exploit resources redundancy (with the term resources redundancy we mean the possibility to exploit more nodes to send data packets), it is our belief that a routing protocol cannot be inde...
Valeria Loscrì
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JNW
Authors Valeria Loscrì
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