Jan-Maarten Verbree

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Preface During my internship at the Distributed Computing Group from the ETH in Zurich in 2006, I became more and more fascinated about wireless networks and their unsolved puzzles. For my final project there was again an opportunity to work on wireless networks, which I could not resist. The research question how to maximize the network lifetime comes from(More)
An internship is a compulsory element of the study in Applied Mathematics at the University of Twente. The main focus of this practical training period lies on learning to use mathematical models in several real world problems and experiencing working in a company or at a university. During my mathematical education I have seen a lot of different parts of(More)
The Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol is a well-known route discovery protocol for ad-hoc networks. OLSR optimizes the flooding of link state information through the network using multipoint relays (MPRs). Only nodes selected as MPRs are responsible for forwarding control traffic. Many research papers aim to optimize the selection of MPRs with a(More)
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