DSR based Routing Algorithm with Delay Guarantee for Ad Hoc Networks

@article{Ouni2009DSRBR,
  title={DSR based Routing Algorithm with Delay Guarantee for Ad Hoc Networks},
  author={Sofiane Ouni and Jihen Bokri and Farouk Kamoun},
  journal={J. Networks},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={359-369}
}
Applying real time applications with deadline guarantee for Ad Hoc network seems to be a difficult challenge and to be an impossibility in general. This is due to the features of such networks. However, if we make an assumption on node mobility, traffics and reliability with predictable features, we can get real time guarantee. That is the goal of our present work. In this paper, we present a new routing algorithm based on DSR to get the guarantee of Hard real Time traffics. This algorithm is… 
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