Efficient Non-Planar Routing around Dead Ends in Sparse Topologies using Random Forwarding

@article{Casari2007EfficientNR,
  title={Efficient Non-Planar Routing around Dead Ends in Sparse Topologies using Random Forwarding},
  author={Paolo Casari and Michele Nati and Chiara Petrioli and Michele Zorzi},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  year={2007},
  pages={3122-3129}
}
Geographic forwarding in wireless sensor networks (WSN) has long suffered from the problem of bypassing "dead ends," i.e., those areas in the network where no node can be found in the direction of the data collection point (the sink). Solutions have been proposed to this problem, that rely on geometric techniques leading to the planarization of the network topology graph. In this paper, a novel method alternative to planarization is proposed, termed ALBA-R, that successfully routes packets to… CONTINUE READING
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