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Providing multicast service to mobile hosts in wireless mobile networking environments is difficult due to frequent changes of mobile host location and group membership. If a conventional multicast routing protocol is used in wireless mobile networks, several problems may be experienced since existing multicast routing protocols assume static hosts when(More)
This paper presents a software based approach to fault-tolerant routing in oblivious, worm-hole routed networks. When a message encounters a faulty output link it is removed from the network by the local router and delivered to the messaging layer of the local node's operating system. The message passing software can reroute this message along a non-minimal(More)