Guor-Huar Lu

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Opportunistic routing schemes that exploit the broadcast nature of wireless transmissions for selecting the best next-hop at that instant among a set of candidates are being actively explored [1-3]. These schemes which we refer to as opportunistic <i>any-path</i> forwarding (OAPF), reduce the number of transmissions needed for reliable packet delivery.
Static broadband wireless networks, due to their ease of deployment, are likely to proliferate in the near future. The major stumbling block, however, is that wireless links are prone to external interference, channel fading, inclement weather, etc. Therefore scalable and reliable routing despite frequent link quality fluctuations is needed for accelerating(More)
Current flat-id based routing schemes promise support for mobility and scalability. However, providing efficient routing with minimal overheads for mobility is still a challenge. In this paper we provide a solution to these problems by introducing Virtual Id Routing (VIR). VIR meets these basic requirements of future id-based routing schemes: namely, i)(More)
Binding services are crucial building blocks in networks and networked applications. A binding service (e.g., the domain name system (DNS)) maps certain information, namely, binding keys (e.g., host names), to other information, i.e., binding values (e.g., IP addresses), and answers queries for such key-value bindings. Clearly, building secure binding(More)
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