Biologically Inspired Self Selective Routing with Preferred Path Selection

@inproceedings{Szymanski2007BiologicallyIS,
  title={Biologically Inspired Self Selective Routing with Preferred Path Selection},
  author={Boleslaw K. Szymanski and Christopher Morrell and Sahin Cem Geyik and Thomas A. Babbitt},
  booktitle={BIOWIRE},
  year={2007}
}
This paper presents a biologically inspired routing protocol called Self Selective Routing with preferred path selection (SSR(v3)). Its operation resembles the behavior of a biological ant that finds a food source by following the strongest pheromone scent left by scout ants at each fork of a path. Likewise, at each hop of a multi-hop path, a packet using the Self Selective Routing (SSR) protocol moves to the node with the shortest hop distance to the destination. Each intermediate node on a… CONTINUE READING

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