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A new group mobility model for mobile adhoc network based on unified relationship matrix

@article{Gunasekaran2008ANG,
  title={A new group mobility model for mobile adhoc network based on unified relationship matrix},
  author={S. Gunasekaran and N. Nagarajan},
  journal={WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on COMMUNICATIONS archive},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={58-67}
}
Most of the mobile Adhoc network protocols are validated by simulation environment. The validation is meaningful when they use realistic movement mobility models, which directly impacts the performance of the protocols. Once the nodes have been initially distributed, the mobility model dictates the movement of the nodes within the network. If this movement is unrealistic, the simulation results obtained may not correctly reflect the true performance of the protocols. The majority of existing… 

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