Anchored Path Discovery in Terminode Routing

Terminode routing, defined for potentially very large mobile ad hoc networks, forwards packets along anchored paths. An anchored path is a list of fixed geographic points, called anchors. Given that geographic points do not move, the advantage to traditional routing paths is that an anchored path is always


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The Second IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference (Networking 2002)
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The Second IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference (Networking 2002), Pisa
Year:
2002
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