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A Routing Based Service Discovery Protocol for Ad hoc Networks

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A Routing Based Service Discovery Protocol for Ad hoc Networks
: Ad hoc networks are networks that consist of wireless mobile nodes. They are networks that do not require any preestablished infrastructure. Their ability to quickly and dynamically provide a means of communication makes them an adequate choice for many types of applications both in civil, industrial and military fields. The mobility and the autonomy of ad hoc nodes require a mechanism for service discovery, which allow to provide mobile nodes with information about the services offered in the network. In this paper, we focus on a strategy for services discovery and publication coupled with ad-hoc routing. We propose a new protocol for services discovery called SEDIRAN (Service Discovery and Interaction with Routing protocols in Ad hoc Network), on top of a reactive routing protocol, namely, AODV (Ad hoc On demand Distance Vector). However, we think that our protocol can be easily generalized to other reactive routing protocols.
Abdel Obaid, Azeddine Khir, Hafedh Mili
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICNS
Authors Abdel Obaid, Azeddine Khir, Hafedh Mili
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