The Handbook of Ad Hoc Wireless Networks (Electrical by Mohammad Ilyas
By Mohammad Ilyas
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Master-to-slaves traffic), the master has a deterministic knowledge of the packets it has to send to each slave. In the other direction (uplink), the master does not have any knowledge; at most it can only estimate the probability that a slave will send a NULL packet. This probability can be estimated by exploiting the knowledge of each slave’s behavior in the previous polling cycles. , a master-to-slave transmission implies also a polling of the slave and hence a possibly NULL transmission from the slave to the master.
An approach for robust IP multicast in mobile ad hoc networks by exploiting user-multicast tree and dynamic logical cores, called Adhoc Multicast Routing Protocol (AMRoute) is presented. It creates a bidirectional shared tree for data distribution using only group senders and receivers as tree nodes. Unicast tunnels are used as tree links to connect neighbors on the user-multicast tree. Thus, group state cost is incurred only by group senders and receivers, and tree structure does not need to change even in case of a dynamic network topology.
Polynomial time) algorithms. The protocol has been simulated in mobile ad hoc networks with 30 and 60 nodes and with different multicast group sizes. The results show that OLAM delivers packets to all the nodes in a destination group in more than 85% of the cases. Furthermore, compared to flooding, OLAM achieves improvements of up to 50% on multicast completion delay. ], an approach for robust IP multicast in mobile ad hoc networks by exploiting user-multicast tree and dynamic logical cores, called Adhoc Multicast Routing Protocol (AMRoute) is presented.