Lookup NU author(s): David Cooper,
Dr Paul Ezhilchelvan,
Emeritus Professor Isi Mitrani
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A family of message propagation protocols for highly mobile ad-hoc networks is defined, and is studied analytically and by simulation. The coverage of a message (the fraction of nodes that receive it), can be made arbitrarily close to 1, at a moderate cost of extra message traffic. Under certain simplifying assumptions, it is shown that a high coverage is achieved by making a total of O(n ln n) broadcasts, where n is the number of nodes, and the time to propagate a message is O(ln n). The effect of various parameters on the protocol performance is examined.
Author(s): Cooper DE, Ezhilchelvan P, Mitrani I
Editor(s): Kotsis, G and Spaniol, O
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: Wireless Systems and Mobility in Next Generation Internet: 1st International Workshop of the EURO-NGI Network of Excellence
Year of Conference: 2005
Notes: Revised selected papers from Workshop
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Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science