A study of self-organization mechanisms in ad hoc and sensor networks

@article{Dressler2008ASO,
  title={A study of self-organization mechanisms in ad hoc and sensor networks},
  author={Falko Dressler},
  journal={Computer Communications},
  year={2008},
  volume={31},
  pages={3018-3029}
}
Self-organization is a great concept for building scalable systems consisting of a huge number of subsystems. The primary objectives are improved scalability and dynamic adaptation to changing environmental conditions. Until now, many selforganization methods have been developed for communication networks in general and ad hoc networks in particular. Nevertheless, the term self-organization is still often misunderstood or misused. This paper contributes to the networking community by providing… CONTINUE READING
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