Tung-Kuang Wu

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A mobile node in ad hoc networks may move arbitrarily and acts as a router and a host simultaneously. Such a characteristic makes nodes in MANET vulnerable to potential attacks. The black hole problem, in which some malicious nodes pretend to be intermediate nodes of a route to some given destinations and drop any packet that subsequently goes through it,(More)
Ad hoc networks are wireless networks with no fixed infrastructure. Each mobile node in the network functions as a router that discovers and maintains routes for other nodes. These nodes may move arbitrarily, therefore network topology changes frequently and unpredictably. Many routing protocols have been designed for ad hoc networks. However, most of these(More)
In this work, we propose a new routing protocol-the small-world routing protocol. With the idea originating from the small-world theory, the proposed protocol finds paths between the queries and events through recurrent propagations of weak and strong links. The operation of the protocol is simple and does not require much computational power. We evaluate(More)
  • Tung-Kuang Wu
  • The 2006 IEEE International Joint Conference on…
  • 2006
Due to the implicit characteristics of learning disabilities (LD), the identification or diagnosis of students with learning disabilities has long been a difficult issue. In fact, there is little consensus about what is the best procedure to identify a person with LD. Instead, the procedures are based on empirical findings from scholarly research. This is(More)
9 Abstract Ad-hoc on-demand distance vector routing 10 (AODV) is a well-known routing protocol for mobile ad 11 hoc networks. The original AODV protocol works in a 12 semi-dynamic fashion, by establishing a route on demand 13 and using that route until it breaks. However, to suit the 14 changing network topology of ad hoc networks, more 15 aggressive and(More)