Adaptive Clustering Using Mobile Agents in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks

@inproceedings{Sugar2001AdaptiveCU,
  title={Adaptive Clustering Using Mobile Agents in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks},
  author={Robert Sugar and S{\'a}ndor Imre},
  booktitle={IDMS},
  year={2001}
}
A Mobile ad-hoc network is a multihop wireless network, where nodes communicate with each other without any pre-deployed infrastructure. The most important problem on such dynamic networks is to find routing algorithms well performing in most cases. Cluster based algorithms are among the most effective and scaleable approaches. Up till now creation and maintenance clusters were mostly based on basic heuristic methods. Deploying mobile agents has several advantages in the ad-hoc environment due… CONTINUE READING

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