Capacitated Reliability for Ad-hoc Networks

  title={Capacitated Reliability for Ad-hoc Networks},
  author={J. L. Cook and J. E. Ramirez-Marquez},
  journal={2007 Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium},
Ad-hoc networking is used because of its malleable topology. The absence of infrastructure allows for the hasty deployment and redeployment of a network. No preparation of the coverage area is needed because things like transmission towers or communication wire lines are not necessary. It is this distinctive attribute of ad-hoc networking that does not conform to the base assumption on which all current network reliability methods are founded; that connectivity is known a priori. The… CONTINUE READING

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