A multi-level approach to link state: ML-OLSR

@inproceedings{Adjih2012AMA,
  title={A multi-level approach to link state: ML-OLSR},
  author={C{\'e}dric Adjih and Thierry Plesse},
  booktitle={MOBIWAC},
  year={2012}
}
In this article, we propose a novel extension for the OLSR routing protocol, "Multi-Level OLSR" (ML-OLSR): it introduces a hierarchy between links, where some links are preferred to others. The objective is that the network consisting of links of most preferred levels (higher levels) operates as if the links of the lower levels did not exist, and when this is not possible, the use of lower level links is minimized. The main challenge is that OLSR not only uses shortest path for route… CONTINUE READING

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