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Parameterless Broadcasting in Static to Highly Mobile Wireless Ad Hoc, Sensor and Actuator Networks

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Parameterless Broadcasting in Static to Highly Mobile Wireless Ad Hoc, Sensor and Actuator Networks
—In a broadcasting task, source node wants to send the same message to all the other nodes in the network. Existing solutions range from connected dominating set (CDS) based for static networks, to blind flooding for moderate mobility, to hyperflooding for highly mobile and frequently partitioned networks. The only existing protocol for all scenarios is based on some threshold parameters (which may be expensive to gather) to locally select between these three solution approaches. Here we propose a new protocol, which adjusts itself to any mobility scenario without using any parameter. Unlike existing methods for highly mobile scenarios, in proposed method, two nodes do not transmit every time they discover each other as new neighbors. Each node maintains a list of two hop neighbors by periodically exchanging ‘hello’ messages, and decides whether or not it is in CDS. Upon receipt of the first copy of message intended for broadcasting, it selects a waiting timeout and constructs tw...
Adnan Afsar Khan, Ivan Stojmenovic, Nejib Zaguia
Added 28 May 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AINA
Authors Adnan Afsar Khan, Ivan Stojmenovic, Nejib Zaguia
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