Hwee Xian Tan

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— Underwater Sensor Networks are typically distributed in nature and the nodes communicate using acoustic waves over a wireless medium. Such networks are characterized by long and variable propagation delays, intermittent connectivity, limited bandwidth and low bit rates. Due to the wireless mode of communication between the sensor nodes, a Medium Access(More)
The presence of transient network links and mobility of nodes in MANETs (Mobile Ad Hoc Networks) poses a hefty challenge for such networks to scale and perform efficiently when subjected to varying network conditions. As such, nodes in a MANET can make use of topology control – which is the deliberate adjustment of certain system parameters such as antenna(More)
The widespread use of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) in many fields of applications has led to the continuous development of routing protocols which can perform well when deployed under different scenarios, as well as offer better Quality of Service (QoS) support. In this paper, we focus on how link stability is utilized as a metric to provide accurate(More)
The proliferation of mobile wireless computing devices and the increasing usage of wireless networking have motivated substantial research in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). In addition, much has also been done to link autonomous MANETs to the Internet, and as MANETs become more prevalent, the need to interconnect multiple MANETs becomes increasingly(More)
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