A Reliable Multicast Routing Protocol Based on Recovery Points in Mobile Ad-HOC Networks

@article{Dow2005ARM,
  title={A Reliable Multicast Routing Protocol Based on Recovery Points in Mobile Ad-HOC Networks},
  author={C. R. Dow and S. C. Chen and R. D. Wang and J. H. Lin and S. F. Hwang},
  journal={2005 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Mobile Technology, Applications and Systems},
  year={2005},
  pages={1-7}
}
Multicasting is an essential service for mobile ad-hoc networks. A major challenge of multicasting in mobile ad-hoc networks is unstable forwarding path. This work presents a reliable multicasting protocol for mobile ad-hoc networks. A virtual backbone is used as a shared structure for multiple sessions, and a lost packet recovery scheme is developed for reliable packet transmission, called recovery point (RP) scheme. The RP scheme keeps the data packets from the source for recovering lost… CONTINUE READING
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