A Smooth-Turn Mobility Model for Airborne Networks


Effective routing in airborne networks (ANs) relies on suitable mobility models that capture the random movement pattern of airborne vehicles. As airborne vehicles cannot make sharp turns as easily as ground vehicles do, the widely used mobility models for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (such as Random Waypoint and Random Direction models) fail. In this paper, we… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2248326.2248333

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