Cédric Gaël Aboue-Nze

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What is the impact of obstacles on the graphs of connections between stations in Mobile Ad hoc Networks? In order to answer, at least partially, this question, the first step is to define both an environment with obstacles and a mobility model for the stations in such an environment. The present paper focuses on a new way of considering the mobility within(More)
In ad hoc networks, the mean degree represents the average number of neighbors per station. The larger this value, the better the connectivity of the network. A direct consequence for the stations is that, when the mean degree increases, exchanging information becomes easier. In this work we study the sensitivity of the mean degree according to the(More)
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