Björn Mosler

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Opportunistic routing may achieve significant performance gain under lossy wireless links or in scenarios of mobile ad hoc networks, where end-to-end connectivity is not always available. Instead of deterministically choosing one node to forward a packet to, the network layer selects a set of candidate nodes and then only one of them will be chosen(More)
The giant spermatozoon of Notonecta glauca has a 1 mm long acrosome. It has the shape of a stiff needle with round cross section and contains several different components. Morphogenesis of this simple form proceeds by very complex changes of both the internal structure and the outer shape. Surrounded by a great number of individual dictyosomes the acrosome(More)
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