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Routing in wireless ad-hoc networks has received significant attention from recent literature due to the fact that the dynamic behavior of these networks poses many technical challenges on the design of an effective routing scheme. Though on-demand routing approaches have been shown to perform well, they generally lack the support for Quality-of-Service(More)
— Topology control with per-node transmission power adjustment in wireless sensor networks has been shown to be effective with respect to prolonging network lifetime via power conservation and increasing network capacity via better spatial bandwidth reuse. In this work, we consider the problem of topology control in a network of heterogeneous wireless(More)
— Since wireless mobile ad hoc networks are arbitrarily and dynamically deployed, the network performance may be affected by many unpredictable factors such as the total number of nodes, physical area of deployment, and transmission range on each node. Previous research results only focus on maximizing power efficiency through dynamically adjusting the(More)
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