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Stable, Congestion-Controlled Application-Layer Multicasting in Pedestrian Ad-Hoc Networks

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Stable, Congestion-Controlled Application-Layer Multicasting in Pedestrian Ad-Hoc Networks
Ad-hoc networks enable mobile devices to communicate without any fixed infrastructure. While reliable multicasting has been identified as a key application in this context, we analyze different aspects of ad-hoc networks and their impact on application-layer multicast. As a result, we propose our technique of local broadcast-clustering, making use of the wireless medium’s broadcast capability. We further describe a simple congestion control as well as a technique for avoiding an overlay’s routing inconsistencies and thus for stabilizing the delivery of multicast data.
Peter Baumung
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WOWMOM
Authors Peter Baumung
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