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ICNP
2005
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
The Fundamental Role of Hop Distance in IEEE802.11 Multi-Hop Ad Hoc Networks
In wireless networks, it is well understood what throughput can be achieved by nodes who can hear each other (i.e. nodes within a single cell)[1, 3]. The effects of nodes beyond t...
Yan Gao, Dah-Ming Chiu, John C. S. Lui
ICDCS
2005
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
End-to-End Fair Bandwidth Allocation in Multi-Hop Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
— The shared-medium multi-hop nature of wireless ad hoc networks poses fundamental challenges to the design of an effective resource allocation algorithm to maximize spatial reus...
Baochun Li
WCNC
2008
IEEE
14 years 2 days ago
Mitigation of the Propagation of Localization Error Using Multi-Hop Bounding
Abstract—In ad hoc position-location networks, location information is obtained through the sequential estimation of node locations. An unlocalized node can estimate its location...
R. Michael Buehrer, Swaroop Venkatesh, Tao Jia
CORR
2010
Springer
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13 years 5 months ago
Opportunistic Routing in Ad Hoc Networks: How many relays should there be? What rate should nodes use?
Opportunistic routing is a multi-hop routing scheme which allows for selection of the best immediately available relay. In blind opportunistic routing protocols, where transmitters...
Joseph Blomer, Nihar Jindal