Dircast: Flooding-reduced routing in MANETs without destination coordinates

Abstract

The majority of the routing protocols designed and implemented to date for mobile ad hoc networks (MANET) rely on flooding of route requests for the establishment of routes on demand, flooding of topology information, or the hop-by-hop dissemination of distances or paths for each destination. The signaling overhead incurred with these strategies consumes… (More)

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