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Routing Over Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with Non-Ergodic Mobility

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Routing Over Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with Non-Ergodic Mobility
—Routing to mobile nodes in a wireless network is conventionally performed by associating a static IP address (or a geographic location) to each node, and routing to that address using routing tables at intermediate nodes that are updated periodically to reflect mobility-induced network topology changes. This mode of routing works when the mobiles’ speeds as well as the number of mobiles are small. However, in the presence of large number of fast-moving mobiles, such approaches are infeasible and can lead to excessive overheads, routing failures and hence, throughput loss. In this paper, we consider a wireless network over a domain with a collection of static nodes (that form a connected cover of the domain) and mobile nodes, where the mobile nodes can move in an arbitrary (non-ergodic) manner over sub-domains of the network. For such a system, we develop new routing algorithms (based on a spatial multi-resolution search) that we show are efficient both in terms of routing overhe...
Chris Milling, Sundar Subramanian, Sanjay Shakkott
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Updated 24 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where INFOCOM
Authors Chris Milling, Sundar Subramanian, Sanjay Shakkottai, Randall Berry
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