Ihab El Kabary

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An ad hoc network is a network with a continuously changing topology where nodes may be connected or disconnected based on their transmission range and that of their neighbors. In this paper we propose an algorithm that gives each node a warning prior moving into a Dead-Zone or a clearance if it's moving toward a Zone reachable by other nodes in the ad hoc(More)
Designing a routing protocol that can adapt to the changes in the underlying network conditions, as well as incorporating a minimum overhead is a challenging task for ad-hoc networks. In this paper, we present the Weighted Critical Path Routing (WCPR) protocol that strives to incorporate the merits of reactive and proactive ad hoc routing schemes. The aim(More)
A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a network consisting of a set of wireless nodes capable of moving around freely while still being connected without any fixed infrastructure. In this paper we present a hybrid adaptive ad hoc routing protocol, named Critical Path Routing (CPR) that strives to incorporate the merits of both reactive and proactive ad hoc(More)
Optimizing routing in mobile adhoc networks is a challenging task. Since mobile adhoc networks are highly dynamic topology natured, several routing protocols face the challenge of delay and energy conscious routing. This paper proposes a novel delay and energy conscious routing approach based on ant colony optimization. Based on the estimated delay and(More)
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