Data replication protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks: a survey and taxonomy

@article{Derhab2009DataRP,
  title={Data replication protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks: a survey and taxonomy},
  author={Abdelouahid Derhab and Nadjib Badache},
  journal={IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials},
  year={2009},
  volume={11}
}
In mobile ad-hoc networks, frequent network partitioning and the failure of mobile nodes due to exhaustion of their battery power can considerably decrease data availability. In addition, the increase in network size and node mobility cause the performance of data access to degrade. To deal with these issues, a number of data replication protocols have been proposed in the recent years. This paper surveys the existing data replication protocols in mobile ad-hoc networks and proposes a… CONTINUE READING
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