Bhargav R. Bellur

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We present, prove correctness for, and evaluate a protocol for the reliable broadcast of topology and link-state information in a multihop communication network with a dynamic topology, such as a wireless network with mobile nodes. The protocol is called Topology Broadcast based on Reverse Path Forwarding (TBRPF), and uses the concept of reverse-path(More)
1 This work was funded by the United States Office of Naval Research (ONR) under Contract Number N00014-00-C-305. Abstract—This paper presents the study of a mobile ad-hoc network for teams of autonomous vehicles. We discuss the special challenges presented by the autonomous team model, and we present the self-sustaining, self-configuring dynamic network(More)
1 This work was funded by the United States Office of Naval Research (ONR) under Contract Number N00014-00-C-305. Abstract—This paper presents a study of tactical information operations in autonomous teams of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). We discuss the special challenges presented by the autonomous UAV team model, and we present the self-sustaining,(More)
This paper presents a fair network access scheme called MultiSAT which can be seen as a generalization of two access schemes proposed in [1] and [2]. An upper bound on the delay before a node can inject a packet into the network is given which is valid when packet routes have no cyclic dependencies, backpressure flow control is used, and the processing and(More)
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