Combining Source- and Localized Recovery to Achieve Reliable Multicast in Multi-hop Ad Hoc Networks

@inproceedings{Rajendran2004CombiningSA,
  title={Combining Source- and Localized Recovery to Achieve Reliable Multicast in Multi-hop Ad Hoc Networks},
  author={V. Rajendran and K. Obraczka and Y. Yi and Sung-Ju Lee and K. Tang and M. Gerla},
  booktitle={NETWORKING},
  year={2004}
}
This paper proposes a novel reliable multicast transport protocol for multi-hop, wireless ad hoc networks (or MANETs). To recover from the different types of losses that may occur in MANETs, our Reliable Adaptive Congestion-controlled Transport protocol, or Re-ACT, combines source-based congestion- and error control with receiver-initiated localized recovery. While the latter attempts to recover localized losses (e.g., caused by transmission errors), the former is invoked only for losses and… Expand
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