Jyoti Raju

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— This paper describes and analyzes a distributed algorithm for assigning codes in a dynamic, multihop wireless radio network. The algorithm does not require any form of synchronization and is completely distributed. The algorithm can be used for both the transmitter oriented and receiver oriented code assignment. The algorithm is proven to be correct and(More)
—We present and verify ROAM, an on-demand routing algorithm that maintains multiple loop-free paths to destinations. Each router maintains entries only for those destinations for which data flows through the router, which reduces storage space requirements and the amount of bandwidth needed to maintain correct routing tables. In ROAM, routes are established(More)
— We introduce WRP-Lite, which is a table-driven routing protocol that uses non-optimal routes, and compare its performance with the performance of the dynamic source routing (DSR) protocol, which is an on-demand routing protocol for wireless ad-hoc networks. We evaluate the performance of WRP-Lite and DSR for varying degree of mobility and traffic in a(More)
— With on-demand routing, a router maintains routing information for only those destinations that need to be reached by the router. The approaches used to date to eliminate long-term or permanent loops in on-demand routing consist of obtaining complete routes to destinations dynamically, or obtaining only the next hops to destinations and validating the(More)
We present source tracing as a new viable approach to routing in ad hoc networks in which routers communicate the second-to-last hop and distance in preferred paths to destinations. We introduce a table-driven protocol (BEST) in which routers maintain routing information for all destinations, and an on-demand routing protocol (DST) in which routers maintain(More)
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