Associativity-Based Routing for Ad Hoc Mobile Networks

  title={Associativity-Based Routing for Ad Hoc Mobile Networks},
  author={Chai Keong Toh},
  journal={Wireless Personal Communications},
  • C. Toh
  • Published 1 March 1997
  • Computer Science, Business
  • Wireless Personal Communications
This paper presents a new, simple and bandwidth-efficient distributed routing protocol to support mobile computing in a conference size ad-hoc mobile network environment. Unlike the conventional approaches such as link-state and distance-vector distributed routing algorithms, our protocol does not attempt to consistently maintain routing information in every node. In an ad-hoc mobile network where mobile hosts (MHs) are acting as routers and where routes are made inconsistent by MHs' movement… 

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